It’s crunch time on ‘The Voice Australia’ as the four finalists have been chosen!
In the semi-finals last night, judges Seal, Joel Madden, Delta Goodrem and Keith Urban had to choose one of their contestants to put through into the final.
The first to nab a lucky place was Darren Percival from Team Keith, who revealed that being on the show has “changed his life.”
"I've learned to just trust in my gift and be grateful.. If you've got an opportunity to bring your dreams to life you've got to dive into it.. It’s changed my life,” he told 'The Voice Australia' official website.
And for ‘A Kiss From A Rose’ superstar Seal, it was Karise Eden, who stole his vote.
After being reduced to tears during her performance last night he told the songstress,
“I realised pretty early on with you that I had been given a gift,” before putting her through to the final round.
Meanwhile, local hitmaker Delta chose 18-year-old Rachael Leahcar over her former backing singer Glenn Cunningham.
“@rachaeleahcar I am so proud that you gave it your all. You were amazing #TheVoiceAu #TeamDelta,” Delta tweeted after the show.
And last, but by no means least, Joel picked his contestant Sarah de Bono to be in the final and said that he believes she is going to win the show.
“@Sarah_DeBono congratulations I'm proud of you. Let's Rep #teamjoel and go win this thing!” the Good Charlotte singer tweeted.
'The Voice Australia’s' grand final will air Monday June 18!
Written by Jennifer Fletcher