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The Voice Australia: Why the coaches wear the same clothes in each episode revealed

The REAL reason The Voice coaches wear the same clothes every episode…while fans are baffled by their recycled outfits

Over the past week, fans of The Voice Australia have been baffled by a bizarre detail on the show – why coaches never change their clothes.

Kelly Rowland, Boy George, Delta Goodrem and Guy Sebastian have all been wearing the same outfits for two weeks now at the Blind Auditions.

While some have speculated that all of the auditions were filmed on the same day, many have suggested there may be “budget cuts” in the wardrobe department.

Budget cuts? Over the past week, fans of The Voice Australia have been baffled by a bizarre detail on the show – why coaches never change their clothes. Kelly Rowland, Boy George, Delta Goodrem and Guy Sebastian have all been wearing the same outfits for two weeks now at the Blind Auditions

However, Daily Mail Australia can reveal the surprisingly simple explanation.

The coaches deliberately wear the same clothes for continuity purposes, so producers can seamlessly cut auditions together during the editing process.

Simple explanation!  The coaches deliberately wear the same clothes for continuity purposes, so producers can seamlessly cut auditions together during the editing process.

Simple explanation! The coaches deliberately wear the same clothes for continuity purposes, so producers can seamlessly cut auditions together during the editing process.

In fact, all of the blind auditions were filmed over several days at Fox Studios in Sydney in February.

By having trainers wear the same clothes, producers can choose which acts appear in each episode.

The coaches’ repeated outfits caused a stir on Twitter.

Assembly trick!  In fact, all of the blind auditions were filmed over several days at Fox Studios in Sydney in February.  By having trainers wear the same clothes, producers can choose which acts appear in each episode.

Assembly trick! In fact, all of the blind auditions were filmed over several days at Fox Studios in Sydney in February. By having trainers wear the same clothes, producers can choose which acts appear in each episode.

‘Episode 5 of #TheVoiceAU and they’re still wearing the same clothes they have every other night. How is it every year? wrote a fan on Monday.

‘So wait until they filmed all of this in one day? They’ve been wearing the same clothes for weeks,” another viewer questioned on Twitter.

Producers use the same continuity tactic with coaches’ apparel every year.

‘Same clothes for weeks’: Coaches’ repeated outfits caused a stir on Twitter