2023’s “Australian Idol” High 24 week was fierce. With solely 12 spots obtainable for contestants to maneuver on to the following spherical, the eight performers of the evening made positive to indicate up, and present out.
Sadly, half of the 24 hopefuls had their “Idol” journey minimize quick. Judges Meghan Trainor, Harry Connick Jnr, Amy Shark and Kyle Sandilands had a troublesome job deciding who to get rid of, given the excessive stage of expertise this season.
Now, the destinies of the High 12 might be determined by viewers voting. Every of them is chasing after the grand prize of a Sony recording contract and $100,000 in prize cash. With a lot at stake, the contestants must give it their all to seize voters’ consideration.
Let’s take a better take a look at the “Australian Idol” High 12 contestants.
Amali Dimond, 16 (NSW)
Impressed by earlier “Idol” stars Jessica Mauboy and Man Sebastian, 16-year-old Amali Dimond has all the time felt like she was born to entertain. Buying and selling in her job at an ice cream retailer for an opportunity at fame, she is able to present the world what she’s acquired.
Angelina Curtis, 15 (WA)
Angelina Curtis is simply 15-years-old and one of many youngest contestants within the “Australian Idol” High 12. Since she may stroll, she’s been taking part in the piano. And on the age of 9, she wrote her first tune. Together with her expertise and dedication, she is able to take her music worldwide.
Anya Hynnien, 19 (VIC)
Anya Hynnien, 19, needs to see her title in lights. She’s already had the chance to carry out in small-town venues with the assistance of her mum. However when she needs to kick it up a notch, she turns to her stepfather, Bernard, for steering and ideas. Now, she hopes to comply with in his footsteps. Hynnien appears to be heading in the right direction — she was given “Australian Idol” 2023’s first landing by Amy Shark.
Ben Sheehy, 24 (QLD)
24-year-old Ben Sheehy stumbled upon his musical expertise accidentally when he auditioned for a college manufacturing. However now, he’s decided to share his distinctive voice with Australia. Along with his guitar expertise and uncooked expertise, he’s positive to go away a long-lasting impression on audiences.
Harry Hayden, 18 (VIC)
Whereas most 12 months 12 college students are fearful about their HSC exams, 18-year-old Harry Hayden has made his approach to the “Idol” High 12. The expressive teen channels his feelings into music and efficiency. With the flexibility of his voice, his expertise may take him anyplace.
Jasey Fox, 25 (NSW)
25-year-old, Jasey Fox isn’t any stranger to getting on stage and giving it his all. He grew up listening to trendsetters like Snoop Dogg and Freddie Mercury to soak up their type and prowess “in some Frankenstein-like approach,” as Fox described it in a press assertion.
Josh Hannan, 20 (VIC)
Outdoors of “Australian Idol”, 20-year-old Josh Hannan is a rose farmer whereas persevering with his research in psychology. However when he’s on stage, he blows the viewers away. Singing helps him faucet into his feelings. His private experiences encourage him when he performs.
Maya Weiss, 28 (VIC)
You possibly can name Maya Weiss, Ms Vary! As a result of she this yoga trainer can be a DJ. The 28-year-old been a licensed “Australian Idol” fan since she was younger and all the time noticed herself acting on the “Idol” stage.
Noora H, 27 (NSW)
Noora H, 27, is out to attain one factor from her “Australian Idol” expertise. And that’s to convey extra variety into the music trade. She believes she has the seems to be to create a distinction.
Phoebe Stewart, 15 (NSW)
Regardless of her listening to difficulties, Phoebe Stewart continues to attach together with her viewers via her expertise. As one other one of many youngest contestants within the “Australian Idol” High 12, she’s already confirmed that age is only a quantity relating to showcasing musical capacity. This 15-year-old from WA takes the stage to convey happiness to her listeners.
Royston Sagigi-Baira, 23 (QLD)
Rising up in comparable communities, this 23-year-old youth employee passionately engages with younger indigenous teams in Far North Queensland. With a soulful voice and a coronary heart stuffed with ardour, Royston Sagigi-Baira hopes to encourage and uplift others via his music.
Sash Seabourne, 25 (WA)
Sash Seabourne is representing Western Australia within the Australian Idol High 12. He was simply a teen when he first began singing and now at 25, he’s been performing ever since. Sash has a singular voice that’s crammed with emotion, and he hopes to attach along with his followers via his music.
Watch because the High 12 battles it out within the stay rounds. “Australian Idol” airs on Sunday, February 23 at 7:00pm.
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