“The Voice of Holland, which was originally created by Dutch television producer John de Mol. Many other countries have adapted the format and begun airing their own versions since 2011.”
The US version is just that, a franchised version of the original.
Do you really have teachers who think up what profession you will have (and tell you to your face) when you’ll be all grown up? That pre-supposes that everyone develops at the same rate, that no one changes, both of which is clearly nonsense.
Making a career happen is a daily process of betterment, no one is going to come along and discover you, you have to be in the spotlight to make others see your worth and abilities, not everyone can be a leading lady, some have to both build and move scenery, write scripts, operate front-of-house, clean and lock up at the end of a performance.