‘The Voice Australia’ is Returning in 2024
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The Voice Australia season 12 may have just ended, and yet, another season is already ready to air. The spinning red chairs will be back in 2024, promising to introduce a line-up of incredible talents.
The Voice Australia is Coming Back Next Year for Another Season
The good news was revealed in a joint Instagram post by Channel 7 and The Voice Australia. Judge Guy Sebastian announced that the show will officially be having its return in 2024 for season 13.
“The Voice just wrapped for 2023,” he said. “Everyone’s been saying, ‘Wow, what an incredible series,’ ‘Ridiculous talent.’ Once again, we’re gonna go straight to it — it’s back for 2024. There is some amazing talent coming to your screens really soon. So stay tuned for The Voice 2024.”
Soon after the announcement, fans went to the comment section to express their excitement.
“Yeeesss I’m so excited for @thevoiceau to be returning in 2024. Bring it on @channel7 here’s to a new and exciting year ahead,” one user wrote.
Casting for The Voice Australia 2024 has already opened. Registration is rather usual. The show is now accepting entries that are submitted through the show’s official website.
As of writing, the show has not released any further details about the singing competition series. It has neither given any hint of there will be changes in the cast or the format of the show.
The Voice Australia season 12 has amassed massive success, reaching 11.7 million people, routinely winning its time slot and generating big numbers on 7plus. With that season 13 promises to be “bigger, better, and noisier.” Currently, The Voice Australia is produced by ITV Studios Australia for the Seven Network.
Tarryn Stokes Won Season 12
Whittlesea-based vocalist Tarryn Stokes is the recent winner of the competition. As a consequence of her victory, she took home $100,000 and a recording contract with Universal Music Australia. Interestingly, Stokes is the oldest winner of the show since its premiere in 2012.
“It feels amazing, going from The Blinds to being in the Grand Finale and somehow believing that I can do this. It’s just thanks to Rita for believing in me,” she said.
During the Finale, Stokes performed three impressive performances, including her fantastic rendition of “All By Myself” by Celine Dion. She also honored Tina Turner alongside her coach Rita Ora by singing “Simply The Best.” Lastly, she belted out her winning single, “Nobody.”
“Tarryn is one of the best singers I have ever heard, not only in Australia but the world,” Ora said. “It is a dream seeing you flourish after everything you have sacrificed.”
Growing up in a musical family, Stokes has been drawn to music at a very young age. Additionally, ahead of her joining the competition, she had a connection to Sebastian and Jessica Mauboy. She worked on one of Sebastian’s albums and has served as Mauboy’s supporting act on tour. She effortlessly became a fan-favorite after her Blind Auditions after singing Sara Bareilles’ “She Used to be Mine.”