Lucky Voice’s New Contest Gives The X-Factor A Run For Its Money
This month UK karaoke specialists Lucky Voice has launched a YouTube competition in conjunction with lastminute.com to find the best duet – X-Factor style!
The campaign is called #BigDuet and is running in Selfridges from now until Christmas, where customers are invited to sing their heart out for a chance to win a trip to Toyko.
Lucky Voice has based themselves on the lower ground floor and are filming performances, then uploading them to their YouTube channel.
The competition is split into 4 weekly heats. As it stands, the 3rd heat of videos is set to end this Thursday 27th, with the competition and final heat closing on Sunday 9th December!
BeeLiked has provided Lucky Voice with a fully branded microsite for the competition, which showcases entries and allows audience members to come in and vote for their favourite performance via Twitter and Facebook.
The best singers will be chosen by popular vote, revealing a weekly winning duo over a period of four weeks. The top duos of each week will be invited to a Grand Final at lunchtime on 18 December at Selfridges, where a guest panel will judge the final winning duo – unfortunately Gary Barlow and Louis Walsh can’t make it!
Those who vote will also be entered into a sweepstake to win a free Lucky Voice night out. The voting process is very simple; all you need to do is share the video link to cast your vote. So check out the competition entries so far on Luckyvoice.com and cast your vote now!
The competition has had some great entries so far. Think you can top them? If so, I suggest you get yourself down to Selfridges in the next 12 days and that trip to Japan could be yours!
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