Contestant LASHES out at The Voice judges as bizarre new lockdown set is revealed

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Contestant LASHES out at The Voice judges as bizarre new lockdown set is revealed

The Voice Australia has revealed it's new socially distanced set in a promo clip aired on Monday night. Filming halted in March due to the COVID-19

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The Voice Australia has revealed it’s new socially distanced set in a promo clip aired on Monday night. 

Filming halted in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and USA-based Kelly Rowland and UK-based Boy George were unable to return to Australia to complete filming when it resumed in early June. 

There was much talk about how the program would continue to include the pair, and on Monday, it was revealed that they will be beamed in live via satellite on video screens, which sit mounted in their iconic red chairs. 

Sign of the times! The Voice Australia has revealed it's new socially distanced set in a promo clip aired on Monday night. Pictured: Guy Sebastian, Delta Goodrem, and on video screens sitting in seats, Boy George and Kelly Rowland

Sign of the times! The Voice Australia has revealed it’s new socially distanced set in a promo clip aired on Monday night. Pictured: Guy Sebastian, Delta Goodrem, and on video screens sitting in seats, Boy George and Kelly Rowland 

The unusual set up had even the other coaches confused, with Boy George laughing, ‘This is insane!’ 

Delta Goodrem cried out, ‘This is so bizarre!’ as she took her seat beside the futuristic screen versions of her co-stars. 

Other scenes in the promo showed Kelly awkwardly attempting to ’embrace’ a contestant via her video screen, and Delta giving the projected Boy George a kiss. 

New world! Filming halted in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and USA-based Kelly Rowland and UK-based Boy George were unable to return to Australia to complete filming when it resumed in early June. They will be beamed in live via satellite on video screens

New world! Filming halted in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and USA-based Kelly Rowland and UK-based Boy George were unable to return to Australia to complete filming when it resumed in early June. They will be beamed in live via satellite on video screens

That's close enough! Delta gave the projected Boy George a kiss

That’s close enough! Delta gave the projected Boy George a kiss 

Global distancing! Kelly awkwardly attempted to'embrace' a contestant via her video screen

Global distancing! Kelly awkwardly attempted to ’embrace’ a contestant via her video screen

Delta and fellow coach Guy Sebastian were shown giving each other an elbow bump instead of hugging. 

Social distancing measures were taken with the crew as well, with a cameraman seen wearing a black face mask. 

Coaching continued with Boy George shown on a screen, talking his team through their song, while Lisa and Jessica Origliasso of The Veronicas assisted. 

Across the sea: Coaching continued with Boy George shown on a screen, talking his team through their song, while Lisa and Jessica Origliasso of The Veronicas assisted

Across the sea: Coaching continued with Boy George shown on a screen, talking his team through their song, while Lisa and Jessica Origliasso of The Veronicas assisted

Careful! Delta and fellow coach Guy Sebastian were shown giving each other an elbow bump instead of hugging

Careful! Delta and fellow coach Guy Sebastian were shown giving each other an elbow bump instead of hugging

Safety first: Social distancing measures were taken with the crew as well, with a cameraman seen wearing a black face mask

Safety first: Social distancing measures were taken with the crew as well, with a cameraman seen wearing a black face mask

Due to the coronavirus pandemic restricting travel, both international judges have enlisted local singers to help co-coach their contestants in Australia. 

The voice over warned that lockdown had caused tensions to explode, and contestant Soma Sutton is shown lashing out at the judges for unknown reasons. 

Shaking and clearly upset, she says in the clip: ‘Your advice you guys all give, is it genuine? Or is it actually… I just would like to know what you really think?’  

Angry: The voice over warned that lockdown had caused tensions to explode, and contestant Soma Sutton (pictured) is shown lashing out

Angry: The voice over warned that lockdown had caused tensions to explode, and contestant Soma Sutton (pictured) is shown lashing out

She says in the clip:'Your advice you guys all give, is it genuine? Or is it actually... I just would like to know what you really think?'

She says in the clip: ‘Your advice you guys all give, is it genuine? Or is it actually… I just would like to know what you really think?’

Drama! Guy raises his hands in shock in response to her outburst

Drama! Guy raises his hands in shock in response to her outburst 

Guy raises his hands in shock in response, while Delta shoots a dark look off camera after the moment is shown.    

The Voice Australia resumed filming in Sydney earlier this month, following a production halt for almost three months due to the coronavirus pandemic.

According to The Voice’s executive producer, Leigh Aramberri, after filming was paused in March, the show’s set had to be completely rebuilt midway through filming to adhere to social distancing restrictions. 

Back on track! The Voice Australia resumed filming in Sydney earlier this month, following a production halt for almost three months due to the coronavirus pandemic

Back on track! The Voice Australia resumed filming in Sydney earlier this month, following a production halt for almost three months due to the coronavirus pandemic

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