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Keith Urban

New Zealand

Age: 52
Known for
TV Series Starring Keith Urban
The Voice (AU)
Nine,

2012

| Family, Talent, Music, Reality | ► Trailer
Rating: 5/5

The Voice is a competition show where the best of the best singers compete against each other in a competition to be able to be coached by the finest coaches in the music industry. The talent is first seen in a Blind Audition where the coaches are going to have to pick 4 singers who are going to be good for them to coach. Each week an elimation resulting in one person on their team to compete for the title as “The Voice” in a live finale. The coaches on the show are Keith Urban, Seal, Delta Goodrem and Joel Madden.


American Idol
ABC,

2002

| Talent, Music | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.8/5

This hit musical reality series follows three judges, Keith Urban, Jennifer Lopez and Harry Connick, Jr., along with host Ryan Seacrest around the United States in search of the next American Idol, a pop star that truly shines above all the rest.


The Academy of Country Music Awards
CBS,

1967

| Music, Award Show

The Academy of Country Music Awards were first held in 1966, honoring the industry's accomplishments during the previous year. It was the first country music awards program held by a major organization. The Academy's signature "hat" trophy was created in 1968. The awards were first televised in 1972 on ABC. In 1979, the Academy joined with Dick Clark Productions to produce the show. Dick Clark and Al Schwartz served as producers while Gene Weed served as director. Under their guidance, the show moved to NBC and finally to CBS, where it remains today.[1] In 2003, the awards show left Los Angeles and moved to Las Vegas at the Mandalay Bay Events Center. The show is now held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. The Academy also adopted a sleeker, modern version of the "hat" trophy that year, and in 2004 the organization implemented online awards voting for its professional members, becoming the first televised awards show to do so.