SBS ‘K-Pop Star’ Confirms Final Live Vote System “Judges 60% - Viewers 40%
By Staff Writer | February 23, 2012 12:54 PM EST
SBS ‘K-Pop Star’ revealed its final live voting system.
‘K-Pop Star’ representative said to OSEN on February 23, “We have determined the voting of live stages. The viewers, internet and text message will have 40% and 60% will be based on the judge’s score.”
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“The internet voting will take place in advance. It will be more of showing the viewer’s preference. We are still in discussions of the ratio between text message and internet votes.
‘K-Pop Star’ has made headlines even before production as it casted the leading artist from top labels SM-YG-JYP as judges. The winner of audition will win a prize of $2,658 dollars and immediately debut as a singer with one of labels SM-YG-JYP.
The live broadcast of the show will begin on March 4, 10 surviving contestants will show a fierce competition. The last broadcast will be on April 29.
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