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EntertainmentThe Voice 2019: Why Jack Vidgen keeps 'bursting into tears randomly'

13:57  16 june  2019
13:57  16 june  2019 Source:   celebrity.nine.com.au

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When it was first revealed that Jack Vidgen would be appearing on the current season of The Voice Australia, the singer knew the reaction to the news could go either way.

The Voice 2019: Why Jack Vidgen keeps 'bursting into tears randomly' Jack explodes onto our screens once more with an epic Adele cover. But the 22-year-old tells 9Honey Celebrity that following his four chair-turning Blind Audition of Adele's 'Hello,' which has been viewed over a million times on YouTube, he keeps "bursting into tears randomly" because he has experienced "so much overwhelming love and kindness and positivity".

"It's honestly been so crazy. I had no idea what to expect," he says of the reaction to his performance. "It's just been so amazing. Everyone's comments have been so lovely."

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As most people know, Jack has been down the talent show competition road before. When he was just 14 he won Australia's Got Talent, which earned him a $250,000 prize and a record deal with Sony Music.

He released two studio albums and then seemingly disappeared from the spotlight. He's since said that he went through a period of falling out of love with music, but that his turn on The Voice has reignited his passion.

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Jack Vidgen (born 17 January 1997) is an Australian singer, best known for winning the fifth season of Australia's Got Talent. He subsequently signed a recording contract with Sony Music Australia.

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The Voice 2019: Why Jack Vidgen keeps 'bursting into tears randomly'© Seven Network Jack Vidgen sings Whitney Houston's 'I Have Nothing' for his 'Australia's Got Talent' audition in 2011.

Something Jack didn't have at 14, which he could have greatly benefited from, was a mentor, and now he has one in Guy Sebastian, his coach on The Voice.

"I think I do really need this time of being mentored," Jack says of how his Voice experience is different to AGT. "I've kind of gone through similar situations before without a mentor, and I think looking back, if I could do it again with a mentor, I 100 percent would, and I think Guy's such an amazing person to do that."

That was one of the reasons Guy chose to take Jack through after his Knockout performance. Jack was up against Jordy Marcs and Lara Dabbagh in the Rihanna-themed sing-off, and says "nerves were high" as he watched his fellow artists perform before him.

The Voice 2019: Why Jack Vidgen keeps 'bursting into tears randomly'© Nine Jordy, Lara and Jack await Guy Sebastian's decision.

"I was thinking, 'S---!'" he laughs of going last in the group. "It was really nerve-wracking, they're both just such incredible singers, just like everyone on the show."

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Singing Rihanna's 'Love the Way You Lie' meant Jack had to dig deep emotionally. "I think I was nervous because it does have such a deep meaning, and it is a heavy, pretty dark song," he says. "And I guess you've got to find that place in your own journey where you can draw from that, and that was nerve-wracking for me because I think, just over the years, I've tried to work past those things, obviously, and I think going back to those places it can be hard to draw from those emotions."

The Voice 2019: Why Jack Vidgen keeps 'bursting into tears randomly'© Nine Jack Vidgen sings Rihanna's 'Love the Way You Love' in the Knockout.

He also had to "strip back": "In my audition, I wanted to show who I was, but I also wanted to try and impress the coaches, and I wanted Australia to hear my voice," he explains. "With this performance, I tried to strip it back as much as I could, and strip back the runs and the vocal tricks, and really get to the meaning of the song."

For Jack to proceed through to the Live Finals, he'll have to make it through the Battles first. "Just the word 'battle' kind of makes you s--- yourself a bit," he says with a laugh. "Just the thought of battling against someone else is scary, because for me — and I'm sure for everyone else — this is such an emotional time, and when you think of growth and being emotional, and then put a battle into the mix, that's super nerve-wracking."

The Voice continues on Sunday at 7pm on Nine. Catch up on everything at 9Now.

'People fell in love with me as that 14-year-old boy': The Voice's Jack Vidgen says he's struggling under a 'dark cloud' after hearing 'a lot of negative stuff' about his 'face and lips'.
After a five-year hiatus, Jack Vidgen made a triumphant return to the spotlight on The Voice. But for the 22-year-old, a return to the spotlight has come a return to public scrutiny. Speaking to his mentor Guy Sebastian, the singer, who won Australia's Got Talent in 2011, when he was just 14, revealed he was struggling with the negativity. 'Before my audition aired there was definitely a lot of negative stuff. There's been stuff about my lips and my face,' he said. Jack went on: 'At first I questioned why these people feel they need to say something about it.

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