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Entertainment'I don't feel like you're listening to any of our advice': The Voice Australia contestant Kirrah Amosa dramatically storms off stage after none of the judges turned their chairs

22:01  04 june  2019
22:01  04 june  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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The Voice Australia coaches clashed with a contestant during a very awkward audition on Tuesday night.

'I don't feel like you're listening to any of our advice': The Voice Australia contestant Kirrah Amosa dramatically storms off stage after none of the judges turned their chairs© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Clash: 'I don't feel like you're listening to any of our advice,' coach Delta Goodrem (pictured) said, prompting Kirrah to abruptly walk off Kirrah Amosa stormed off the stage after clashing with all four coaches because none of them turned their chairs during her audition.

'I don't feel like you're listening to any of our advice,' coach Delta Goodrem said, prompting Kirrah to abruptly walk off.

'I don't feel like you're listening to any of our advice': The Voice Australia contestant Kirrah Amosa dramatically storms off stage after none of the judges turned their chairs© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Awkward: Kirrah Amosa (pictured) stormed off the stage after clashing with all four coaches because none of them turned their chairs during her audition on The Voice on Tuesday After Kirrah finished her performance of Rita Ora's Let Me Love You, Boy George was first to offer the singer some feedback.

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'You sounded a little nervous and that's completely understandable,' he said.

'I know we say this a lot, but the more you do this, the better you'll become.'

Delta said: 'I can see you're heartbroken, tell me about your feelings?'

'I don't feel like you're listening to any of our advice': The Voice Australia contestant Kirrah Amosa dramatically storms off stage after none of the judges turned their chairs© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited 'You sounded a little nervous': After Kirrah finished her performance of Rita Ora's Let Me Love You, Boy George was first to offer the singer some feedback Kirrah said she was 'nervous but really good' and Delta noted, 'There were some great moments, you obviously have a talent.

'But what I was picking on is you don't have to be loud to be heard. Being louder doesn't necessarily mean we hear you.'

Guy Sebastian then said: 'I'm sensing there's a little wall up right now.

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'I don't feel like you're listening to any of our advice': The Voice Australia contestant Kirrah Amosa dramatically storms off stage after none of the judges turned their chairs© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Candid: Guy Sebastian (pictured) then asked if she has a 'little wall up right now?' I feel like you were pushing because when you sing, you're trying to prove a point?'

A confused Kirrah responded: 'Um, yeah? I would have loved for you to have turned around, and there's a reason that you didn't.'

'I don't feel like you're listening to any of our advice': The Voice Australia contestant Kirrah Amosa dramatically storms off stage after none of the judges turned their chairs© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Kelly Rowland (pictured) said: 'I'm hoping that you'll be open to what we have to say' Kelly Rowland then spoke to the singer, saying: 'The truth is, you're up on the stage because you want to sing, so I'm hoping that you'll be open to what we have to say.

'It comes from a really pure place. We're not here to bark at you, we want this to be a learning experience. I hope you take something from this?'

'I don't feel like you're listening to any of our advice': The Voice Australia contestant Kirrah Amosa dramatically storms off stage after none of the judges turned their chairs© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Clash! 'I don't feel like you're listening to any of our advice,' added Delta, with the camera then cutting to Kirrah storming off stage, after insisting 'the sun will still come up tomorrow' Remaining optimistic, Kirrah responded: 'The sun is still going to come up tomorrow.'

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However, the coaches did not appear to appreciate her lack of response in regards to their constructive criticism.

'I don't feel like you're listening to any of our advice': The Voice Australia contestant Kirrah Amosa dramatically storms off stage after none of the judges turned their chairs© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Constructive criticism! The audition proved to be the most awkward of the season so far. Pictured coaches (L-R) Kelly, Guy, Boy George and Delta Goodrem 'I don't feel like you're listening to any of our advice,' said Delta, with the camera then cutting to Kirrah storming off stage.

Speaking to producers afterwards, Kirrah concluded: 'Just because four people don't like the way I sound at that time doesn't mean seven billion other people won't.'

Kelly then said: 'When they don't know how to take a no, it can be tough.'

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