Clash of the Choirs was a short-lived reality talent contest miniseries that focuses on the choirs of five musical stars: Michael Bolton, Patti LaBelle, Nick Lachey, Kelly Rowland and Blake Shelton from singers in their hometowns in order to assemble an amateur choir and prepare them to compete live in front of a studio for the title of America's best choir. It was based on an idea by Swedish singer and choir leader Caroline af Ugglas.
The series focuses on the choirs that Bolton, LaBelle, Lachey, Rowland and Shelton assembled from singers in their hometowns. The choirs participated in a live four-night competition with the viewer votes eliminating the choirs until one remains for the chance at a cash prize of a $25,000 donation to their hometown charities.
The following are a list of countries that have previously aired their versions of Clash of the Choirs including:
- South Africa
- Sweden (country that originated the program as Korslaget)
Additional Note: "Korslaget" is translated as "Choirs" in English.
Caroline af Ugglas