Who is Jessica Mauboy's talented niece Saraya Mauboy-Hudson?
Jessica Mauboy's niece Saraya Mauboy-Hudson is ready to embark on her The Voice journey. She has some big shoes to fill as she carries on her family's famous legacy. So, TV Week investigates the young talents journey to the stage. Auditioning for The Voice is accompanied by various nerves, from the vulnerability of performing on national TV to trying to impress your idols. For Saraya Mauboy-Hudson, the experience takes a tone of its own because she faces the pressure of performing in front of her beloved aunt and judge, Jessica Mauboy.
© Provided by Are Media Pty Ltd From Bella Taylor Smith's very first blind audition on *The Voice* through to her emotional duet of Andrea Bocelli's *The Prayer* with coach Guy Sebastian, the 23-year-old wowed audiences and moved us to tears with her powerful vocals. In a nail-biting finale on Sunday night, Bella was announced the winner of season 10 and will take home $100,000 and a recording contract with EMI.
From Bella Taylor Smith's very first blind audition on The Voice through to her emotional duet of Andrea Bocelli's The Prayer with coach Guy Sebastian, the 23-year-old wowed audiences and moved us to tears with her powerful vocals.
The Voice Australia: Who will win?
We're down to the final four talented performers; Bella Taylor Smith, Mick Harrington, Arlo Sim and girl group G-Nat!on. It's already been a life-changing competition for every one of the talented contestants on The Voice Australia. But now, we're down to the wire with the final four; Bella Taylor Smith, Mick Harrington, Arl They spoke to TV WEEK about their journey on The Voice and why they want to win.
In a nail-biting finale on Sunday night, Bella was announced the winner of season 10 and will take home $100,000 and a recording contract with EMI.
The finale, which was pre-recorded with alternate endings, was a top secret, with not even the contestants knowing who would win before the card was read out.
So, it's pretty safe to assume that Bella is still celebrating in her home after the big victory. © Provided by Are Media Pty Ltd In a nail-biting finale on Sunday night, Bella was announced the winner of season 10.
Despite her sudden catapult to fame, Bella plans on spending her winnings wisely.
"I am so behind, I have so many bills to pay and haven't been able to work obviously because of Covid," she told The Daily Telegraph.
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Who is set to win The Voice 2021?
The Voice 2021 has proven it's Australia's favourite singing show and that its contestants are true talents. But before Bella Taylor Smith, Arlo Sims, G-Nat!on and Mick Harrington go head to head, who is expected to win the competition? Australia's biggest singing competition, The Voice, is edging the pointy end of the competition, but has the show's winner already leaked? The grand final on Sunday night will see the top four sing their hearts out in the hopes of taking home the $100,000 cash prize and a lucrative recording contract with Universal Music Australia.
"I'm the pavlova. Crusty on the outside but tender inside. I love the kitchen, it's my happy place. Croissants, eclairs, gateau, vol au vents! If I can make baking a competitive sport I would. Mon Dieu! My dream came to me when I was young. I had a real talent and I haven't stopped since.
"How do I keep my gorgeous pavlova figure? Don't ask. What I'll say is that when push comes to shove, I manage. I spent a lot of my childhood down south in the hills. I'm Pavlova and tonight's going to be sweet!"
"I am Vampire and I am eternal. I do not fear the daylight, I embraced it and it embraced me. It fed me when I most needed it. I am the child of Vampires. Who I am runs through my blood, it always has.
"But vampires age slowly. As a Vampire, I have unexpected power. I don't wish to be unkind but do not underestimate me. Werewolves fear gold. Vampires do not. We revel in it. The heavier the better. I am Vampire and I am forever!"
Why Frank Sinatra was singing about hot tubs more than 20 years after his death
There are legal and moral concerns around the technology, but some artists are beginning to see it as an opportunity to embrace an immortal digital likeness.However, it was only as a deepfake that the iconic voice of Ol' Blue Eyes sang, "Ohh, it's hot tub time" over a warbled backing track of piano and horns.
"I'm the Professor and I want to make the world a better place. Am I opinionated? The answer must be yes but that's not news. Knowledge is very important to me, even if it's not the type you find at university. Our mother universe is huge, the possibilities for love are just as big as long as we have some faith.
"I'm a Scientist. I don't believe in conspiracy theories. I'm always searching for the answer for the right cues. I like to think outside the square, it makes me an outsider but that's okay. I like to break stereotypes and go where others don't. I am Professor, I'm going to win The Masked Singer."
"Hello, I'm Dolly and I'm quite the young lady but underneath is a different story. Just because I am a dolly doesn't mean I'm a toy. I've always aimed high, good enough is never good enough. Things have to be just so.
"I don't mind a bit of back and forth. In fact, I'm rather famous for it. Everyone expects Dolly to be a good girl. Well, I'm the type of Dolly I want to be. My dreams aren't what they used to be. I've been through a change and I'm definitely off the leash. People think Dollys should be seen and not heard. Well, not this Dolly."
Congratulations! Bella Taylor Smith is announced the winner of The Voice 2021
The Voice has announced its 2021 winner, and after incredible performances from Bella Taylor Smith, Arlo Sim, Mick Harrington and G-Nat!on, Australia has decided on their favourite artist. See all the details here. Bella Taylor Smith has officially been crowned the winner of The Voice Australia 2021 after her mind-blowing performances won Australia's heart. She is taking home a $100,00 cash prize and a lucrative recording contract with Universal Music Australia.
"I'm Mullet, just a knockabout bloke surprised to be here! I've spent years by the water and I've had my fair share of battles. Those night vision goggles belong to the army! I like the spotlight, but I've had more than a few sleepless nights. My answer is to take the show on the road.
"I'm not really into strict routines. I prefer to improvise. I know it's not the way to make a big hit but beggars can't be choosers. I've never really been the boss but I have been known to take your breath away. That's official. I'm the Mullet and I reckon I've got this singing thing nailed."
Bella Taylor Smith opens up about winning The Voice
Like many people, but particularly for Bella Taylor Smith 2020 was a really tough year. Thanks to Covid, she was unemployed, unable to make rent and struggling with family issues. However, her The Voice journey has been a stellar success, and the new star reveals what it means for her. Australia was far from surprised to find out the incredibly gifted Bella Taylor Smith had won The Voice 2021. Her stunning rendition of The Greatest Showman's Never Enough and her emotional duet of Andrea Bocelli's The Prayer with her mentor Guy Sebastian were both show-stopping moments.
"I never want to grow up so I can keep doing what a baby does."
"I'm Piñata and I'm a glorious thoroughbred steed who loves celebrations."
"I'm Duster and I'm always busy, but whether you like me is a matter of personal taste."
"Everybody loves a late night kebab, but this kebab might be a bit saucy for the sensitive types."
"I am Queen of the ocean and my mysterious siren call captivates the entire world."
"The feeling of not having debt anymore is honestly the most overwhelming thing and so surreal. I can't wait to pay off some bills." © Provided by Are Media Pty Ltd Bella revealed she plans on spending her $100,000 prize money paying off bills.
But the singing teacher admitted her debt is "enough for it to not be easy to fix".
"It has been challenging but this is the biggest blessing," she said.
Bella Taylor Smith says she initially didn't know she won The Voice
The Voice Australia winner Bella Taylor Smith didn't know she had won the singing competition until she watched the program with the rest of the country. The 23-year-old singing teacher revealed that the show filmed alternate endings where each of the four finalists were crowned the winner - which made her surprised reaction at home genuine when host Sonia Kruger read out her name. In an interview with Yahoo, Bella confessed that shooting multiple endings felt 'weird'.
"It feels a bit surreal to not have to worry about that anymore and to save potentially to buy a house one day and all of those things feel a bit more possible now, which is amazing." © Provided by Are Media Pty Ltd
The church singer told TV WEEK on Monday that she was completely shocked to discover she won.
"I just think you don't know these kinds of things until you know, and all of the top four were so so deserving like I really mean it, they're incredibly talented in their own rights. So, I could never bring myself to assume or to think it would probably be me," she said.
Bella said her and coach Guy bonded not just over their passion for music but also over their faith.
"I think, you know, faith is a really important part of my life, and not to speak for Guy, but I know it's something that is really important for him as well," she said.
"And those values and kind of life lessons that come along with that is something that can be really defining for an individual, so I felt like he really understood where I was coming from and could understand what I was passionate about."
Bella Thorne to invite entire Shake It Up cast to her wedding .
Bella Thorne has revealed she's intends to invite her former 'Shake It Up' co-stars to her wedding.The 23-year-old actress is engaged to Italian singer Benjamin Mascolo, and she's revealed that she wants the entire cast from the Disney Channel series - including her co-star Zendaya - to see her walk down the aisle.