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How big reality TV shows like American Idol and The Voice alter society’s perception

How big reality TV shows like American Idol and The Voice alter society’s perception

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The Voice judges to not look at the contestants while they perform. This image was taken in July 2016.

Kaitlyn Talenti, Guest Writer
December 1, 2019

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