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EntertainmentThe Voice 2019: Natasha Stuart on her moving performance with coach Delta Goodrem

19:37  11 june  2019
19:37  11 june  2019 Source:   celebrity.nine.com.au

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Natasha Stuart is progressing to the next stage of The Voice Australia after 'knocking out' two of her fellow artists in an extremely emotional performance.

The 42-year-old was grouped with Emma Sophina and Kimberley Bowden by their coach, Delta Goodrem, for a moving 'Survivors'-themed sing-off — Emma was a survivor on the Hudson River plane crash; Kimberley lost her father two years ago; and Natasha has been diagnosed with breast cancer last year and had just finished 20 weeks of chemotherapy by the time she did her Blind Audition.

The Voice 2019: Natasha Stuart on her moving performance with coach Delta Goodrem© Nine Emma Sophina, Kimberley Bowden and Natasha Stuart were given a 'Survivors' theme.

During the ladies' rehearsal session, Delta was so moved by their performances and stories that she asked if she could join them on stage for the Knockout, something that hasn't been done before — fitting, considering Delta, 34, has overcome her own life challenge, after being diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma at the age of 18.

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The Voice 2019: Natasha Stuart on her moving performance with coach Delta Goodrem Delta can't ignore her special connection with these three survivors, and offers them something no other Coach has offered before.

"I think I can speak for the other girls too, but we felt so incredibly blessed to have that moment all together," Natasha tells 9Honey Celebrity of having Delta play piano for them on stage. "It was that thing too where we were like, look, even if we don't get through, look and what an incredible moment and experience this is going to be. Having that connection of course made it all the more emotional. It was amazing and hard for us, because it was so close to home for the three of us. It just made a great experience even more connected and bonded."

The Voice 2019: Natasha Stuart on her moving performance with coach Delta Goodrem© Nine Delta played the piano as Natasha sang in the Knockouts.

For Natasha, one of the more nerve-wracking parts of the performance was having to watch Emma and Kimberley go before her. "I thought they were both absolutely extraordinary. They're both incredible singers and smashed their songs, they just did beautiful work," she says. "It's a hard thing because you have to focus on yourself, and not get swept away in their beautiful performances. They both have such incredible stories as well, and sang in a very moving way."

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The Voice 2019: Natasha Stuart on her moving performance with coach Delta Goodrem© Nine Natasha Stuart performs 'Everybody Hurts'.

Understandably, given their stories and the theme, Delta gave her artists songs that conveyed the spirit of overcoming huge difficulties — Emma sang 'The Climb', Kimberley performed 'Titanium' and Natasha was tasked with 'Everybody Hurts'.

"It was probably the most nervous I've ever been going into a song, because I just knew I was going to have to connect to something quite full on, and painful, and quite emotional," she explains. Having to get across all the emotion with the best vocal possible, and in such a short amount of time, was a challenge in itself. "It's that thing of walking on the edge of the emotion so you can still sing the song, and connect to the audience, but not get lost in your own experience, because it's about sharing, and you have to convey the story that you're telling."

The Voice 2019: Natasha Stuart on her moving performance with coach Delta Goodrem Find out more about #TeamDelta's Natasha Stuart.

Something that has kept Natasha going is the feedback she's received from a "beautiful Facebook and Instagram community called Cancer Chicks Australia." She says she's in contact with many young women every day, and that she was thinking of them as she sang the moving lyrics to 'Everybody Hurts'.

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"I just wanted to honour them, and honour that experience," she says. "Also the lyrics of that song, the 'Hang on' and 'The day is long', it took me straight back to that first week of chemo treatment, and just how hard it is, and just knowing all these young women going through it as well… I was wanting to sing for them, to try and be a light to help them stay on the path, and hang on, and just keep going."

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After all, that was a big part of Natasha's reason for auditioning for The Voice in the first place, and why Delta chose her to progress throughout the competition: to be a face for people fighting cancer who may not be represented in the literature.

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"I didn't see people who looked like me going through cancer treatment, and even if someone in the public eye is diagnosed, you hear about their diagnosis and then they disappear for 18 months, and then they re-emerge and everything's fine!" Natasha explains. "I wanted other young women to have a face out there, have a different face that they could look at, that's not one of the older women on the brochures.

"With breast cancer, in the literature the average age is 55, and while there's some information that's available, it just seems to miss the 20, 30 and early-40-year-olds. I just wanted to be representative of that, and to just show that progression of what this looks like, to be going through treatment and to be just on the other side, with potentially more stuff to come. Just be that voice."

The Voice Knockouts continue Sunday at 7pm on Nine. Catch up on everything at9Now.

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