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Used in its first 3 seasons of the program from 15 April 2012 to 21 July 2014.

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Used in its 5th season from 1 May to 10 July 2016. It is the last series to be created by Endemol Shine Australia.

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Used in both series 6 and 7 from 24 April 2017 to 17 June 2018. This series, in 2017, was when ITV Studios Australia took the format over.

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On 30 August 2020, it was announced that The Voice would be moving to the Seven Network in 2021.

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The Voice: Bella’s win was ordained, but show revamp wasn’t all high notes

In a result that might have been pre-ordained – and was definitely pre-recorded – devout Christian Bella Taylor Smith was on Sunday night crowned winner of the 10th season of The Voice, pocketing $100,000 and a recording contract with EMI.

Her win brought to an end a revamped season that seemingly hit all the right notes for the show’s new broadcaster, Seven. But was it really that straightforward a hit, or were there actually a few bum notes the network might want to autotune away before next season?

With a truncated run of just 13 episodes, down from 21 last year and a peak of 24 in 2013, there was little opportunity for viewers to grow tired of the singing contest over its six-week run. Rejuvenated by a 75 per cent fresh coaching line-up and a raft of innovations designed to pump up the enthusiasm despite the much smaller live studio audience dictated by COVID, the show debuted to its best ratings since 2016, and consistently finished as the top non-news show of the week.

In the early rounds in particular, audiences responded to changes geared to accentuate the positive. Unlimited chair turns meant more singers than ever could bask in the warm glow of being desired, while unlimited picks for the coaches meant everyone could feel like a winner, at least for a little while.

The coaches remained determinedly upbeat throughout. Gone was the bitchiness and sniping that often characterised the exchanges between Boy George and, well, pretty much everyone else in recent seasons.

The sole holdover from Nine’s coaching line-up was Guy Sebastian, who has made a career out of being universally inoffensive. At least he had, until last week’s attempt to be all things to all people on the question of our times – to vax or not to vax – so spectacularly blew up in his face.

Jessica Mauboy – who, like Sebastian, is a graduate of the television singing contest (she was runner-up on season four of Australian Idol) – is almost universally liked, while Keith Urban is a bona fide star of the Nashville country-pop world (and married to Australian royalty to boot), with not a bad word to say about anyone. English pop star Rita Ora brought a touch of the unknown, a splash of glamour, and spoke just loudly enough to our lingering cultural cringe.

Perhaps fearing that might all be a bit too saccharine, the producers this year introduced “the block”, a move in which one judge-coach-mentor could prevent another from claiming a singer they both wanted. It added a welcome note of low-key bastardry, even if Sebastian seemed mortified at having actually used it against Mauboy.

But Seven’s decision to commission a shorter show – dictated by budget, and perhaps a desire not to overstay the welcome of a format that Nine (publisher of this masthead) had dismissed as tired and expensive (admittedly, only after it had been outbid by its rival) – came at a cost, with coaches moving at warp speed from picking teams to culling them. That innovation was less popular with viewers, with some complaining it reduced their emotional investment in the competition enormously.

By the time we got to the final, which was recorded in Sydney’s Carriageworks in April, with four endings filmed (one for each potential winner), we had a fair representation of what this show is about. Mick Harrington was the ordinary bloke who’d never had a singing lesson but was blessed with a voice of warmth and emotional richness, though not a lot by way of stage presence. Arlo Sim was the teenage prodigy. Bella Taylor Smith was yet another product of the evangelical church movement (she’s a member of Hillsong) that has produced so many talent-show contestants (including Sebastian) over the past two decades.

As for the six-part G-Nation, they seemed to be there only because Ora had mistakenly imagined she was on The X Factor and the world needed another girl group (she even tried perking her team up with a recorded message of support from Spice Girl Emma Bunton).

The promos had promised the grand final would be “the most spectacular television event in decades”. In truth, it looked much like previous finales. “You’ll remember this for years,” Matt Wills, the deep-voiced king of Seven’s always-understated promos, insisted. Really? Who won in 2017 then? Who was runner-up in 2019?

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The truth of such claims is less important to the networks making them than is their efficacy in making us watch. The overnight ratings figure for the finale – 1.383 million metro viewers for the winner announced segment and 1.292 million for the rest of the episode – show a big improvement on last year, when just 938,000 metro viewers tuned in to watch Guy Sebastian’s brother Chris crowned the winner (in defiance, some claimed, of the show’s own conditions, which prohibit anyone associated with the program from entering; Nine later claimed that the fact he had previously been a contestant meant he qualified as an “all-star” and was thus exempt from such conditions).

So, did The Voice succeed this year on those terms? Well yes, but not without qualification.

That strong debut no doubt owed plenty to the halo effect of the Olympic Games. The continued strong showing in the first couple of weeks after the Games indicates that viewers liked the tweaks, and the new coaching line-up, and were enticed by what the show does best – sprinkling little human backstories with moments of truly impressive, if frequently overwrought, vocal performance.

But a closer look at the figures for Sunday nights – the strongest night of each week, and the only night the show screened in all six weeks – paints a slightly more complex picture.

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In short, The Voice opened very strongly but shed viewers every Sunday thereafter.

The launch episode on August 8 drew 1.41 million viewers in the five mainland capitals. A week later 1.357 million tuned in, in week three it was watched by 1.291 million and in week four 1.279 million tuned in. On September 5, just 1.088 million watched the semi-final, in which the final eight were culled to the final four.

Taking the broader approach the networks now favour – which encompasses metro audiences, regional audiences, time-shifted audiences (those who record and watch within the first seven days after broadcast) and those who watch via 7Plus, the network’s Broadcast Video on Demand (BVOD) player – the numbers are higher but the pattern is the same.

The show launched with 2.396 million, was watched by 2.357 million the following Sunday, and 2.261 million in week 3.

At the time of writing, the official VOZ figures for the week five semi-final on September 5 hadn’t been released, but preliminary figures show the Sunday episode had an overnight metro and regional audience of 1.616 million, with OzTam’s seven-day rolling report showing it had picked up another 176,000 viewers on BVOD as of Saturday.

That’s a total of 1.792 million a week out from the grand final. Or to put it more bluntly, The Voice shed almost one-quarter of its Sunday-night audience between launch and week five.

(The updated figures for the September 5 episode have now been released, and show the total audience rose to 2.006 million, which represents a 16 per cent decline from launch.)

When it’s all done and dusted, The Voice will still rank as one of the most successful shows of 2021. But it did hit the odd bum note, and viewers did drift away despite – or perhaps because of – the short run.

The Voice will undoubtedly be back. But don’t be surprised if it undergoes a bit of a remix ahead of season 11.

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The Voice Australia

ITV Studios' The Voice Australia is Australia’s most popular singing competition.

Originating in The Netherlands in 2010, this is now one of the world’s most successful formats, with more than 500 million viewers in over 70 countries.

It’s been described as the purest vocal talent competition ever, with the signature 'Blind Auditions' introducing the world to the drama of the rotating chair. It’s not how you look, it’s how you sound.

The first nine seasons of The Voice Australia have featured a who’s who of superstardom among the Coaches including; Delta Goodrem, Keith Urban, Seal, The Madden Brothers, Ricky Martin, will.i.am, Kylie Minogue, Jessie J, Ronan Keating, Boy George, Kelly Rowland and Joe Jonas who all put their ears and their passion on the line.

The Voice Australia is back for an enormous TENTH series in 2020.

Taking their places on the spinning red chairs will be Australian music icon Keith Urban, UK hit machine Rita Ora, mega-selling star Guy Sebastian and, making her coaching debut on The Voice, singing and acting sensation Jessica Mauboy.

Keith Urban said: "The stars have finally aligned again! Ten years after spinning in the first season, and just before getting back on stage around the world, I’ve been invited back alongside a very cool and musically diverse panel.”

Rita Ora said: “I love The Voice and I absolutely adore Australia so this is a match made in heaven. Having been a Coach on the UK series, I know just how powerful it can be in making dreams come true. I can’t wait to find Australia’s next superstar.”

Guy Sebastian said: “The evolution of The Voice in 2021 is genuinely exciting. I am so happy to be working alongside these amazing Coaches. I have known Jess for a long time, I am a huge admirer of Keith and Rita is a great talent. I really feel like this panel will genuinely nurture a new generation of artists.”

Jessica Mauboy said: “I’m so proud of the talent that exists in this country. I know firsthand exactly how life-changing a show like this can be, so I’m honoured to be part of such an experienced team of Coaches and I’m looking forward to some amazing chair-turning moments.”

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The Voice 2021: Tearful Bella Taylor-Smith named winner

After wowing the coaches during her Blind Auditions, 23-year-old Bella Taylor-Smith has taken the crown of The Voice 2021.

Taylor-Smith thanked her coach Guy Sebastian for believing in her.

“I’m so thankful, I can’t wait to see what incredible thing are ahead for me,” the singing teacher said after she was announced the winner.

“I’m really grateful for everyone who voted.”

Earlier in the night, Taylor Smith sang The Prayer with her coach which ended with Sebastian offering the 23-year-old a position as his supporting act on his upcoming national tour.

“Bella represents everything that we aim to find on this show. I’ve never been moved by a voice in the way I’ve been moved by Bella she’s kind of like Australia’s Adele,” Sebastian said.

Taylor Smith has not only won the title of The Voice winner for 2021 but she’ll also be taking home $100,000 prize money plus a recording contract with EMI Recorded Music Australia.

The 23-year-old’s original song Higher became available last week following the semi-finals and has been streamed on Spotify more than 37,700 times.

The singing teacher was part of the record-rating premiere of The Voice and closed the first episode with her cover of Beyonce’sAve Maria.

The spine-tingling rendition had all four judges on their feet. She finished the song with tears in her eyes as she appraised the four coaches who all wanted to steal her for their team.

“I will never, probably ever, forget this audition. Honestly, that was a truly amazing performance,” Coach Rita Ora said.

Ultimately, the young singer had connected with Sebastian as they shared a bond over their religion.

Taylor Smith has been very open and transparent about her family’s struggle, including having to raise her little sisters.

During last week’s semi-finals, she opened up to her coach about her father’s time in prison and read a letter he wrote her.

“Every time we catch up, I can see how well you have a handle on life. I’m so proud of you for going on The Voice… I’m prouder than you could ever imagine, together we will always get through things.”

During the Knockout round, the 23-year-old was given Christina Aguilera’s The Voice Within which had the coaches in tears.

Coach Rita was visually moved by Taylor Smith’s rendition.

“That was just so crazy next level, I feel like that’s you, that’s your song, I feel like I was listening to your song,” she said.

Taylor Smith’s first single Higher is available for purchase or stream.

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The Voice Australia winner Bella Taylor Smith reveals how she felt when the $100,000 prize money hit her bank account

The Voice Australia winner Bella Taylor Smith has revealed the shock and delight she felt when she received her $100,000 prize money. The church singer, 23, was shopping at a budget pharmacy when she checked her banking app and saw the cash had been transferred to her account. 'I was actually at Priceline and I went to go and transfer myself money to buy something and it had hit my account and I was like [nuts],' she said on The Morning Show on Wednesday....read

The Voice: Bella Taylor Smith reveals how she felt getting $100k prize

Bizarre moment protests against Australia's lockdowns break out in London accompanied by John Farnham's 'You're the Voice' - just days after New Yorkers staged a 'free Down Under' demonstration

Dozens of protesters blasting John Farnham's You're The Voice gathered outside Australia House in the heart of London to protest the country's ongoing lockdowns.

Bizarre moment protests against Australia's lockdown appear in London

Delta Goodrem shares the REAL reason she left The Voice - and admits she's only seen 'a bit of the new season here and there'

Delta Goodrem has finally opened up about her decision to step away from The Voice.

Delta Goodrem finally shares the REAL reason she left The Voice

Delta Goodrem says she is 'always going to be cheering on' The Voice despite being dropped as a coach

The 36-year-old revealed that she holds no ill feelings about the show's network change.

Delta Goodrem says she's 'always going to be cheering on' The Voice

Kelly Clarkson has won her $10.4M Montana ranch in divorce settlement with ex-husband Brandon Blackstock... but he 'does not want to leave the property'

The Voice coach has been fighting with her ex Brandon Blackstock over the property during their settlement after their divorce as he argues because it was purchased during their marriage.

Kelly Clarkson has won her $10.4m Montana ranch in divorce settlement

EXCLUSIVE: Godfather of Australia's 'miracle boy' AJ Elfalak is trolled by anti-vaxxers who accuse him of abandoning his beliefs after mysteriously shutting down his 'truth about Covid' platform

Alan Hashem claims his family circumstances have changed and he no longer has any inclination to push the anti-vax agenda to his 33,000 followers.

AJ ELfalak's godfather has been SHUNNED by his anti-vax friends

The Voice coach Jessica Mauboy shares a touching tribute to her grandfather 'Bapa' as he dies 18 years to the day after her late grandmother

The 32-year-old singer took to Instagram Stories on Tuesday to share a tribute to her grandfather, who died that day

Jessica Mauboy shares a touching tribute to late grandfather 'Bapa'

The Voice viewers blast 'absurd' claims Christian singer Bella Taylor Smith only won because of her links to Hillsong Church - as they label the rumours a 'conspiracy theory'

The season finale was criticised on Twitter for its apparent religious overtones, but viewers have since defended Bella, arguing she won the show 'fair and square'

The Voice fans blast claims Bella won because of her links to Hillsong

Guy Sebastian is accused of 'dog-whistling to anti-vaxxers' in leaked DMs about his bizarre vaccine campaign backflip

While Ben Lee's comments suggested Guy had caved into pressure from anti-vaxxers, he has since told the I Swear I Never podcast they're on good terms after 'diffusing the situation' privately

Guy Sebastian's leaked DMs about Covid vaccine campaign backflip 

The Voice finale tops the TV ratings for Channel Seven with an impressive TWO MILLION viewers tuning in

The Channel Seven singing competition pulled in an impressive 2.02 million viewers nationally for the winner announcement

The Voice finale wins the ratings with more than two million viewers

How Hillsong hijacked The Voice: Viewers accuse the show of 'promoting' the evangelical megachurch after one of its members was crowned the winner

Bella Taylor Smith, 23, who is a member of the evangelical megachurch, was crowned the winner alongside her coach Guy Sebastian, a devout Christian with links to Hillsong

The Voice is slammed for 'promoting' Hillsong during finale

The Voice 2021 winner Bella Taylor Smith reveals how she plans to spend her $100k prize money

Bella Taylor Smith has revealed what she plans to spend her $100,000 cash prize on after being crowned the winner of The Voice Australia.

The Voice: Bella Taylor reveals how she plans to spend her $100k prize

'Who are the other girls?' The Voice Australia fans say G-Nat!on acted as Rita Ora's BACK-UP SINGERS during their duet on the grand final episode

G-Nat!on and their coach Rita Ora took to the stage together to perform Madonna's hit Express Yourself on Sunday's grand final episode of The Voice Australia.

The Voice fans say G-Nat!on acted as Rita's BACK-UP SINGERS in finale

The Voice Australia 2021: Bella Taylor Smith from Team Guy is crowned the WINNER taking home a recording contract and the $100K cash prize

Bella Taylor Smith was crowned the winner of The Voice Australia for its 2021 season.

The Voice Australia 2021: Bella Taylor Smith is crowned the WINNER

The Voice Australia finalists Mick Harrington and G-Nat!on reflect on how the show has changed their lives

The Voice Australia will crown their top singer in the grand finale on Sunday.

The Voice Australia's Mick Harrington and G-Nation reflect on the show

The Voice host Sonia Kruger admits she's 'so jealous of Nicole Kidman' after Keith Urban's act of kindness during a bad day on set

The Voice host Sonia Kruger has admitted she is 'jealous' of Nicole Kidman after spending time with her husband Keith Urban, who is a coach on the singing show

Sonia Kruger, Keith Urban: The Voice host so jealous of Nicole Kidman

The Project's Waleed Aly throws his support behind Guy Sebastian amid backlash against the singer's Covid-19 vaccination flip-flop

Guy Sebastian has copped plenty of backlash after withdrawing his support for the Vax the Nation ad campaign.

The Project's Waleed Aly throws his support behind Guy Sebastian

'Terrified of losing anti-vax dollars': The Voice Australia's Guy Sebastian slammed by fellow celebrities for withdrawing support for Covid-19 vaccination ad campaign

Guy Sebastian has been slammed by fellow celebrities for withdrawing his support for the Vax the Nation ad campaign.

The Voice Australia judge Guy Sebastian under fire

The winner of The Voice Australia is LEAKED as the final four prepare to do battle... and you'll never guess who it is!

The Voice Australia winner will be announced on Sunday night during the show's nail-biting grand finale.

The winner of The Voice Australia is LEAKED

The Voice's Matt Evans snags a role on Home and Away - despite having no acting credits to his name

Matt Evans made it to the Top 20 of Delta Goodrem's team on The Voice Australia last year.

The Voice's Matt Evans lands role on Home and Away without ever acting

Rita Ora is 'offered $1million to return to The Voice next year' as record-high ratings result in the coaches wanting bigger salaries

Jessica, 32, and Guy, 39, have already signed on for next year's season, reports New Idea, but producers are still working on getting Rita, 30, and Keith, 53, 'over the line'

The Voice: Rita Ora is being 'offered $1million to return for 2022'

Guy Sebastian dons a pastel pink Balenciaga T-shirt for The Voice Australia's semi-finals... and you'll never guess its eye-watering price tag

He's known to experiment with fashion, often trying bold new looks.

You'll never guess the price of Guy Sebastian's T-shirt on The Voice

'Stop trying to make them happen!' The Voice Australia fans express outrage at Rita Ora for picking girl group G-Nat!on over Sian Fuller and slam the competition as 'rigged'

On Sunday's episode of The Voice Australia, the final picks for semi-finals left fans fuming. 

The Voice fans mad at Rita Ora for picking G-Nat!on over Sian Fuller

'I just get emotional!' Sian Fuller gets a standing ovation on The Voice and it even brings coach Rita Ora to tears

The Voice Australia coach Rita Ora became emotional while watching Sian Fuller take to the stage for the semi finals.

Sian Fuller brings The Voice coach Rita Ora to tears in semi finals

The Voice Australia fans mock Rita Ora's unusual frock - comparing it to a loofah and joking that the singer looks like she 'dressed as a FART' 

On Sunday's episode of The Voice Australia, Rita Ora opted for a rather eye-catching dress. 

The Voice Australia fans mock Rita Ora's unusual frock

Ex-Australian Idol judge Ian 'Dicko' Dickson reveals why he's NOT watching The Voice Australia

He was the judge with a mean streak on Australian Idol, but Ian 'Dicko' Dickson has revealed he's not watching Idol's modern-day equivalent, The Voice, because his wife 'won't let' him

Idol judge Ian 'Dicko' Dickson reveals why he's NOT watching The Voice

The Block is back in the game: A cheating scandal and no competition from The Voice lifts Nine's renovation show to 911,000 metro viewers 

The Block benefited from a highly publicised cheating scandal and no competition from The Voice on Tuesday night, drawing an impressive  911,000 metro viewers

The Block: Ratings spike amid 'cheat' scandal and break from The Voice

The inside story of how Channel Seven 'blindsided' Nine by buying the rights to The Voice and turning it into a ratings smash

Fresh details have now surfaced about Nine's decision to drop The Voice last August, and how Seven left its rival 'blindsided' by pouncing on the format in less than 24 hours

How Channel Seven 'blindsided' Nine by pouncing on The Voice Australia

Hot right now! Rita Ora flaunts her lean legs in a black mini dress as she poses behind the scenes of The Voice Australia

The British pop star, 30, shared several photos on Instagram on Monday of herself posing on the stairs of her trailer in a leg-baring mini dress

Rita Ora poses behind the scenes on The Voice Australia

'What's the purpose?' Jessica Mauboy hides 12-year-old Janaki's song title in a balloon bouquet during The Voice Australia's knockout round - and some fans are left scratching their heads

Jessica Mauboy chose a unique way to reveal Janaki Easwar's song title on Monday's episode of The Voice Australia.

Jessica Mauboy hides Janaki's song title inside balloons on The Voice

Nick Kyrgios' sister Halimah shows off her eye-popping cleavage in a low-cut dress - before she is controversially eliminated on The Voice Australia

Nick Kyrgios' sister Halimah made a style statement as she performed on Monday's episode of The Voice Australia.

Halimah Kyrgios shows off her eye-popping cleavage on The Voice

The Voice's Jessica Mauboy reveals her father's heartwarming reaction after her sister told him she was gay

Jessica Mauboy spoke candidly about the moment her sister told their father she was gay during Monday night's episode of The Voice Australia.

Jessica Mauboy reveals dad's reaction after her sister said she's gay

The Voice host Sonia Kruger takes a subtle swipe at Nine as she says the singing show has 'found its heart and soul again' on Channel Seven

Sonia, 56, has made it clear she believes The Voice is a better product on Channel Seven than it was during its 10-year run on the Nine Network

The Voice Australia: Sonia Kruger takes a subtle swipe at Channel Nine

The Voice's secrets exposed: From budget cuts to NDAs and 'back-up songs' - discover the side of the feel-good reality show you won't see on TV

One source told New Idea budget cuts put a strain on production of the new season, forcing the crew to work 'twice as hard'

The Voice's secrets exposed: From budget cuts to 'back-up songs'

'Shame on you Channel Seven': 'Unhappy' viewers slam The Voice Australia's 'brutal' new format as the battle rounds are ditched for 'cuts'

The Voice Australia viewers have slammed the singing contest's new snappy format.

'Unhappy' viewers slam The Voice Australia's 'brutal' new format

Rita Ora performs her single Bang Bang on The Voice Australia - and fans can't help notice it sounds just like the CRAZY FROG ringtone

On Sunday's episode of The Voice Australia, Rita Ora took over the stage to put in a performance of her own. 

The Voice fans compare Rita Ora's performance of Bang Bang

Bella Taylor Smith reduces The Voice coaches to tears with her moving rendition of Christina Aguilera hit song

The Voice coaches were reduced to tears by Bella Taylor Smith's performance during Sunday night's knockout rounds.

Bella Taylor Smith reduces The Voice coaches to tears with performance

'Cut before a cut!' Guy Sebastian urges Adrian Hood to chop off his locks and undergo a dramatic makeover before CULLING him ahead of The Voice semi-finals - and fans think it's brutal

Guy Sebastian encouraged contestant Adrian Hood to undergo a dramatic new look before taking to the stage during Sunday night's knockout round on The Voice.

The Voice's Guy urges contestant to chop off locks before CULLING him

'Poor girl looks like a sad bridesmaid': Jessica Mauboy's VERY opulent red gown on The Voice receives mixed reviews from fans

Jessica Mauboy certainly stood out during Sunday's episode of The Voice Australia. 

Jessica Mauboy's VERY gown on The Voice receives mixed reviews

Age-defying Sonia Kruger, 56, admits she can no longer 'survive on pizza and Champagne' as she reveals the secrets to her incredible physique

The TV presenter revealed her simple approach to health and fitness in an interview published on Sunday.

Sonia Kruger, 56, can no longer 'survive on pizza and Champagne'

From The Voice to Summer Bay? Reality TV star Matt Evans sparks rumours he's joined Home and Away

He's best known for belting out tunes on season nine of The Voice Australia.

The Voice star Matt Evans sparks rumours he's joined Home and Away  

Sonia Kruger shows off her perky bottom in a revealing dress in a throwback photo her time as Tiny Sparkle on Strictly Ballroom

She's known for hosting Channel Seven's The Voice Australia and Big Brother.

Sonia Kruger stuns in a throwback photo from Strictly Ballroom

Sonia Kruger reveals what she REALLY thinks about Rita Ora on The Voice Australia's 'superstar' coaching line-up

Sonia Kruger has revealed her thoughts on Rita Ora after the British pop star joined The Voice this year. 

The Voice's Sonia Kruger reveals what she REALLY thinks about Rita Ora

Rita Ora is NOT following Jessica Mauboy's young niece Saraya after booting the budding singer off her team on The Voice Australia

Rita Ora brutally dropped Jessica Mauboy's niece Saraya Mauboy-Hudson, 17, from her top five on The Voice Australia this week.

Rita Ora not following Jessica Mauboy's niece after dumping her

'2022 could not come soon enough!' Jessica Mauboy announces her Boss Lady Australian tour as she continues to shine on The Voice Australia

She continues to shine as a judge on The Voice Australia, but fans are about to see a whole lot more of Jessica Mauboy. 

Jessica Mauboy announces her Boss Lady Australian tour in 2022

'It's the end of my journey': Jessica Mauboy's niece Saraya breaks her silence after being kicked off The Voice Australia by Rita Ora

'THE CUT! It was hard but honestly very rewarding! So proud of all of my beautiful friends that made it through,' Saraya, 17, wrote on Instagram

Jessica Mauboy's niece breaks her silence after being cut on The Voice

Keith Urban trims his statement long locks and debuts a shorter hairstyle as he performs on-stage at a charity concert in Nashville

On Tuesday, Keith Urban unveiled his new shorter hair as he performed on-stage at the 55th ACM Party for a Cause at the Ascend Amphitheatre in Nashville, Tennessee.

Keith Urban debuts a new shorter hairstyle at a concert in Nashville

Producers of The Voice reveal the truth about Rita Ora's 'wild' ways - and why her relationship with Jessica Mauboy is the winning ingredient for the show's booming ratings

There's no doubt about it, Rita Ora has been a huge hit with The Voice viewers this season. And now the show's executive producers have revealed what the British songstress is really like

The Voice Producers reveal the truth about Rita Ora's 'wild' ways

How The Voice Australia's new snappy format has driven ratings through the roof... so why are some viewers whingeing about it?

The new season of The Voice Australia has been a ratings smash for Channel Seven thanks to its all-star judging panel and snappy new format.  

How The Voice's new format has driven the ratings through the roof 

The Voice's Guy Sebastian reveals why he REALLY quit The X Factor Australia - amid rumours of a nasty feud with former co-star Iggy Azalea

Australian singer and The Voice star Guy Sebastian has spoken candidly about his time on the The X Factor Australia a few years ago.

Guy Sebastian reveals why he REALLY quit The X Factor Australia

Rita Ora sparks rumours of a feud on The Voice Australia as fans notice she's only following ONE other coach on Instagram

Fans of The Voice are convinced they've found evidence of a secret feud between Rita Ora and fellow judges Guy Sebastian and Keith Urban

The Voice: Rita Ora is only following one other coach on Instagram

'Big mistake!' The Voice Australia fans see red when Jessica Mauboy's niece Saraya is kicked off the show - and beg for her to come back as a wildcard

On Tuesday's episode of The Voice Australia, Jessica Mauboy's niece Saraya Mauboy-Hudson was dropped from the show. 

The Voice Australia fans see red when Saraya is kicked off the show 

Guy Sebastian gets his eyelashes curled and jokes about his 'massive hands' in behind-the-scenes video for The Voice... and his wife Jules can't resist leaving a cheeky comment

The Voice's blind auditions came to an end on Tuesday night's episode. And to celebrate, coach Guy Sebastian shared a sneaky behind-the-scenes video on-set

The Voice's Guy Sebastian shares behind-the-scenes video

The Voice coaches Rita Ora, Keith Urban, Guy Sebastian and Jessica Mauboy choose their top five artists as they form their final teams

After weeks of blind auditions, The Voice coaches finally selected their top five artists during Tuesday's episode.

The Voice coaches choose their top five artists

'There's your winner!' The Voice's Tia Mullins astounds viewers with her stunning vocals and leaves the show's coaches fighting over her during the blind auditions

Tia Mullins won legions of fans with her impressive performance during the blind auditions on Tuesday's episode of The Voice.

The Voice's Tia Mullins astounds viewers with her stunning vocals

'Did I hear that on a family show?' Viewers SLAM The Voice and threaten to complain after contestant performs controversial original song - and even the coaches are left stunned

Angus Milne didn't turn a chair with his rendition of Ed Sheeran's Castle On The Hill on Tuesday's episode of The Voice, but his original song certainly got people talking on social media.

The Voice viewers left shocked over contestant's controversial song

'I have to clear this up': The Voice star Guy Sebastian backpedals after admitting the producers tell coaches when to turn their chairs

Daily Mail Australia understands Channel Seven and Sebastian's record label Sony Music went into damage control after he spilled the industry secret

The Voice's Guy Sebastian backtracks on THAT producer secret

The Voice continues to dominate in the ratings amid rumours Delta Goodrem could replace Rita Ora as a coach

A continued strong ratings showing from Seven puts the network first in both primary channel and network rankings

The Voice dominates TV ratings, beating The Block, Australian Survivor

EXCLUSIVE: The telling sign Delta Goodrem WON'T be returning to The Voice next year despite claims the singer could replace Rita Ora

Despite the gossip, Daily Mail Australia understands the 36-year-old singer is not likely to come back to the reality TV franchise

Telling sign Delta Goodrem won't be returning to The Voice Australia

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The Voice (Australian TV series)

Australian TV series

For international syndication, see The Voice (TV series).

The Voice is an Australian singingcompetition television series. It premiered on the Nine Network on 14 April 2012, before moving to the Seven Network in 2021. Based on the original The Voice of Holland, and part of The Voice franchise, its first nine seasons aired on the Nine Network, with its tenth season commencing on the Seven Network on 8 August 2021.

The show aims to find currently unsigned singing talent (solo or duets, professional and amateur) contested by aspiring singers, drawn from public auditions. The winners receive a recording contract with Universal Music Australia or EMI Music Australia, as well as A$100,000 and other prizes. Winners of the ten seasons have been: Karise Eden, Harrison Craig, Anja Nissen, Ellie Drennan, Alfie Arcuri, Judah Kelly, Sam Perry, Diana Rouvas, Chris Sebastian, and Bella Taylor Smith.

The series employs a panel of four coaches who critique the artists' performances and guide their teams of selected artists through the remainder of the season. They also compete to ensure that their act wins the competition, thus making them the winning coach. The original panel featured Delta Goodrem, Joel Madden, Seal and Keith Urban; the panel for the tenth season featured Urban, Guy Sebastian, Rita Ora and Jessica Mauboy. Other judges from previous seasons include Ricky Martin, Kylie Minogue, will.i.am, Joel & Benji Madden, Jessie J, Ronan Keating, Joe Jonas, Kelly Rowland, and Boy George.

Format[edit]

The show is part of the television franchise The Voice and is structured as three phases: blind auditions, battle rounds and live performance shows. In 2017, the show added another phase: the knockouts between the blind auditions and the battles. The winner receives a recording contract with Universal Music or EMI (2019) as well as A$100,000 and other prizes.[1]

Blind auditions[edit]

Four judges/coaches, all noteworthy recording artists, choose teams of contestants through a blind audition process during the auditioner's performance. If two or more judges want the same singer (as happens frequently), the singer has the final choice of coach.

Knockout and battle rounds[edit]

Each team of singers are mentored and developed by their coach. In the second stage, called the knockouts, coaches pick three of their acts to go against each other in a sing off, with a theme. They all have different songs, after which the coach chooses which act will advance into the next phase, the battles. Once the coach has made a choice, the other coaches have an opportunity to use one of only two "saves" each coach can choose to take one of the other acts through to the battle round. They can also choose to save their own artist.

In the battles rounds, artists perform a duet together. The final 32 artists make it into the battles, but only 16 will compete in the finals. Coaches have one wildcard to take one of their own eliminated artists through to the finals. This is the last round in which coaches have a vote.

The Cut[edit]

In season 10, this new phase was introduced and consisted of coaches cutting their teams to just five artists. This phase replaced the "battles" phase typical of past seasons.[2]

Finals and live shows[edit]

In the final phase, the remaining contestants (Final 8) compete against each other. The audience and coaches have equal say in deciding who moves to the Final 4 phase. With one team member remaining for each coach, the (Final 4) contestants compete in the finale with the outcome decided by public vote.

Production[edit]

Ricky Martinwas announced as Urban's replacement for the second series.

In May 2011, The Daily Telegraph reported that the Nine Network would broadcast The Voice in late 2011.[3] However, two months later, it was reported that the show would instead air in early 2012, and that the Nine Network were in talks with signing at least one international artist (especially an American) to lead its panel of coaches on the show, which were rumoured to be Christina Aguilera, George Michael, Usher, Pink and Gwen Stefani.[1] In September 2011, the Herald Sun reported that the Nine Network were planning to sign Australia's Got Talent judge Dannii Minogue as one of the coaches.[4]Anthony Callea, Vanessa Amorosi and former Pussycat Dolls member Ashley Roberts all publicly expressed interest in coaching roles,[5][6] however Keith Urban, Delta Goodrem, Seal and Joel Madden were ultimately confirmed as the four coaches for the first season.[7] On signing the four coaches, Michael Healy, the Nine Network's Director of Television, said: "To secure such world-class coaches has been a coup for this show and the network. The mix of talent and unique format will, we truly believe, be a captivating experience for our viewers."[8]

Darren McMullen was announced as the host of the program in January 2012.[9][10] Additionally, Ricki-Lee Coulter (with Seal), Darren Hayes, (Goodrem), Megan Washington (Urban) and Benji Madden (with brother Joel) were signed to pair up with the coaches as mentors for their contestants during the "Battle Round".[11][12] On 10 May 2012, Faustina Agolley was announced as the show's social media correspondent during the live shows.[13]

Filming for the blind auditions stage of the competition began on 19 February 2012 at Fox Studios in Sydney,[8][14] with 121 artists featured in this phase of the selection process.[15] The first day of filming resulted in hundreds of audience members being turned away from the studio due to overbooking of the event by an external booking agent.[14] Filming for the battle rounds started in late March.[16] In response to the immediate ratings success of the blind auditions, the Nine Network renewed the series for a second season on 27 April 2012.[17]

With Urban accepting an offer to join the American Idol judging panel it was announced in September 2012 that he would not be returning as a coach for the second season.[18] Following an extensive search process by producers, and constant media speculation[19][20] on who would replace Urban, Ricky Martin was officially announced as the new coach in November 2012.[21] In response to joining the series, Martin paid tribute to Urban saying he was "humbled to be sitting in his chair".[21] Healy stated that Martin would bring "huge experience" and be the "perfect addition" to the coaching panel,[22] with Goodrem, Madden and Seal all publicly expressing excitement at the news via their Twitter accounts.[23]

The success of the first season led to the Nine Network increasing its programming run for the second season, with an extra ten hours of content to be broadcast and the season running for approximately three months instead of two.[21] For 2014, Goodrem left the panel to join The Voice Kids, and Seal left to continue on his music career. Goodrem and Seal were in turn replaced by The Voice UK coaches Kylie Minogue and will.i.am. On 13 January 2015, it was announced that Goodrem would return to the panel, and new judges Jessie J and Benji Madden would join the series, replacing former judges Minogue and will.i.am.[24] On 22 February 2015, it was announced that Sonia Kruger would be joining the fourth season as a co-host with McMullen.[25] In 2015, Darren McMullen announced he was leaving The Voice, with Sonia Kruger to be a solo host in 2016.[26]

On 28 December 2015, Ronan Keating confirmed he would replace Martin on the show's fifth season, alongside returning coaches Goodrem, Jessie J and The Madden Brothers.[27] On 19 June 2016, it was announced that pop duo The Veronicas will briefly replace The Madden Brothers as coaches for the second live show on Sunday 19 June while the brothers are in the US on tour due to band commitments. The brothers are to due back on screen for the rest of the live shows. During an interview with NewsLitmited, the sisters stated " It's a very brutal industry to be in. We are very honest, very upfront and very real about the advise we give. We're not going to be sugar coating anything. There's not going to be anything contrived about our time on the show." Jessie J ruled out returning to the show for the 2017 show and stated "I've loved doing the show, I've done four seasons: two in the U.K., two in Sydney, but I just need to make another album."[28]

On 8 November 2016, it was announced that Goodrem would return for her fifth season as a coach, whilst original judge Seal, who departed the series following the second season, would return and replaced Jessie J.[29] On 8 December 2016, it was announced that Boy George would become the third coach for the series' sixth season replacing The Madden Brothers.[30] On 24 December 2016, it was announced that Kelly Rowland would become the fourth and final coach for the series' sixth season to replace Keating.[31]

On 11 October 2017, the series was renewed for a seventh season and it was announced that Goodrem, George and Rowland would all return.[32] On 14 December 2017, Nine announced Joe Jonas would replace Seal as the fourth judge for the seventh season.[33]

On 17 October 2018, the series was renewed for an eighth season and it was announced that Goodrem, George and Rowland would all return.[34] On 14 November 2018, Nine announced Guy Sebastian would replace Jonas as the fourth judge for the eighth season.[35] The eighth season premiered on 19 May 2019.[36]

On 16 October 2019, the series was renewed for a ninth season and it was announced that Goodrem, George, Rowland and Sebastian would all be returning as series judges.[37] In November 2019, Sonia Kruger announced she would be leaving Nine Network at the end of 2019, in which she will be resigning as the show's host.[38][39] In January 2020, Darren McMullen was announced to return as host after his departure in 2014, along with new co-host Renee Bargh.[40][41]

Due to the Acquisition of 21st Century Fox by Disney, Fox Studios has been designated to Disney and Marvel productions, resulting in ITV Studios Australia becoming the new home location for The Voice.[42] In August 2020, it was announced Seven Network had picked up the series for its tenth season, set to broadcast sometime in the following year, with Kruger returning as host.[43][44] In December of the same year, Seven announced Sebastian would continue as a coach; Jessica Mauboy and former The Voice UK coach Rita Ora were named new coaches replacing Rowland and Goodrem, and Urban was announced to return to the coaching panel replacing George.[45]

On 16 July 2021, Seven Network and The Voice casting website announced that two new seasons will be broadcast in 2022: the upcoming eleventh regular season, and The Voice Generations.[46] For the "generations" version, family groups, consisted in people of several ages, are the ones who can apply.

On 11 October 2021, it was announced that Sebastian, Urban, Ora and Mauboy would all be returning as series judges for 2022.[47]

Coaches and hosts[edit]

Timeline of coaches[edit]

Key[edit]

  Featured as a full-time coach
  Featured as a part-time advisor

Timeline of hosts[edit]

Key[edit]

  Main presenter
  Backstage presenter

Coaches' teams[edit]

  Winning coach; winners are denoted by boldface.

dagger Contestant is deceased

Series overview[edit]

Seasons synopsis[edit]

Season 1 (2012)[edit]

Main article: The Voice (Australian season 1)

Karise Eden was crowned the first winner of The Voice Australia. Darren Percival was runner-up, followed by Rachael Leahcar in third place and Sarah De Bono in fourth place.[48] Season one saw 80% of artists enter the music charts, culminating in 9 out of the top 10 in finale week. Eden made history with eight singles in the charts and both a number-one single and album.[49]

Season 2 (2013)[edit]

Main article: The Voice (Australian season 2)

The second season of The Voice Australia crowned Harrison Craig the winner, under Seal's tutelage. Keith Urban did not return as a coach after it was officially announced he would become a judge on American Idol.[50][51] The Nine Network confirmed on 29 November 2012 that Latin pop star Ricky Martin would replace Urban as the new coach.[52] Luke Kennedy placed second under the new coach, with Celia Pavey third and Danny Ross fourth.

Season 3 (2014)[edit]

Main article: The Voice (Australian season 3)

On 26 November 2013, it was announced that Seal and Delta Goodrem would not be returning as coaches for the third season. The same day, it was announced that The Voice UK coaches will.i.am and Kylie Minogue would join Joel Madden and Ricky Martin.[53] Taping for the third season began on 14 January 2014, with the Battle rounds commencing in March. Blind auditions began airing on 4 May 2014. Anja Nissen was announced the winner with Jackson Thomas in second place, Johnny Rollins in third, and Frank Lakoudis and ZK in fourth.

Season 4 (2015)[edit]

Main article: The Voice (Australian season 4)

In January 2015, it was confirmed that Goodrem would return to her judges chair, and would be joined by new additions Jessie J and Benji Madden.[24] On 22 February 2015, Sonia Kruger was announced as the new co-host.[25] Ellie Drennan was announced the winner with Joe Moore in second place, Nathan Hawes in third, and Liam Maihi in fourth.

Season 5 (2016)[edit]

Main article: The Voice (Australian season 5)

In July 2015, it was confirmed that The Voice would return in 2016.[54] Jessie J, Goodrem and The Madden Brothers were announced as returning coaches ; Martin was replaced by Ronan Keating. On 28 December 2015, McMullen announced he would not be returning as host of The Voice.[citation needed] The season began airing on 1 May 2016.[55][56] Alfie Arcuri was announced the winner with Adam Ladell in second place, Tash Lockhart in third, and Ellen Reed in fourth.

Season 6 (2017)[edit]

Main article: The Voice (Australian season 6)

In November 2016, it was confirmed that Goodrem would be returning as a coach on the show for her fifth season and that she would be joined by former coach, Seal, returning after a three-season absence.[29] The following month, former The Voice UK coach, Boy George, was announced as the third coach.[30] In December 2016, it was confirmed that former The X Factor UK judge and singer, Kelly Rowland, would be the fourth and final coach.[57] The season began airing on 24 April 2017.[58] Judah Kelly was announced the winner with Hoseah Partsch in second place, Fasika Ayallew in third, and Lucy Sugerman in fourth.

Season 7 (2018)[edit]

Main article: The Voice (Australian season 7)

On 11 October 2017, the series was renewed for a seventh season and it was announced that Goodrem, George and Rowland would all return.[32] On 14 December 2017, Nine announced Joe Jonas would replace Seal as the fourth judge for the seventh season.[33] The season began airing on 15 April 2018. Sam Perry was announced as the winner[59] with The Voice Kids finalist Bella Paige in second place, Sheldon Riley in third, and Aydan Calafiore in fourth.

Season 8 (2019)[edit]

Main article: The Voice (Australian season 8)

On 17 October 2018, the series was renewed for an eighth season and it was announced that Goodrem, George and Rowland would all return.[34] On 14 November 2018, Nine announced Guy Sebastian would replace Jonas as the fourth judge for the eighth season.[35] The season began airing on 19 May 2019.[36]

This season, only the Semifinals and the Grand Finale were broadcast live. Each coach was allowed to advance a top four to the Finals: Diana Rouvas was announced as the winner with Daniel Shaw in second, Zeek Power in third, and Jordan Anthony in fourth.[60]

Season 9 (2020)[edit]

Main article: The Voice (Australian season 9)

On 16 October 2019, the series was renewed for a ninth season with coaches from the previous season returning.[37] On 25 January 2020, it was announced that Darren McMullen and Renee Bargh would act as successors to Kruger as hosts.[40] The block was also introduced as a twist for the blind auditions, giving coaches the power to block another coach from getting an artist.

Season 10 (2021)[edit]

Main article: The Voice (Australian season 10)

In August 2020, it was announced Seven Network had picked up the series for its tenth season, set to broadcast in 2021, with Sonia Kruger returning as host. In December of the same year, Seven announced that Guy Sebastian, Jessica Mauboy, Rita Ora, and Keith Urban were the coaches, replacing Kelly Rowland, Delta Goodrem and Boy George. The grand finale was prerecorded in April 2021, with four different endings being taped. The show was broadcast on 12 September 2021 with the winner, Bella Taylor Smith, being decided by a viewer poll.

Music releases by contestants[edit]

Main article: The Voice (Australia) discography

Two The Voice Australia winners, Karise Eden and Harrison Craig's, albums have debuted at number one on the ARIA albums chart. Besides both winners, Darren Percival, Rachael Leahcar, Sarah De Bono, Prinnie Stevens, Emma Birdsall, Adam Martin and Lakyn of season 1, and Luke Kennedy, Emma Pask, Danny Ross, Ms. Murphy and Caterina Torres of season 2 have all signed record contracts with Universal Music Australia.

Possibly the most notable alumni of the series is season 2 finalist Celia Pavey, who has achieved a successful pop career in Australia under the name Vera Blue. Her single "Papercuts" with rapper Illy peaked at #2 on the ARIA singles chart, and her sophomore album Perennial debuted on the ARIA albums chart at #6. Eleven of her singles have achieved either Gold or Platinum status in the country.

Another notable alumni is season 4 contestant Grace Pitts, who has had a successful career under the name GRAACE, receiving significant airplay on Triple J.

Reception[edit]

Viewership[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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