So, at last, the grand finals are here!
Six blind auditions, four battle rounds and five live shows all come down to this – the finals. And to mark the occasion, there are some very special performances lined up to finish the series with a bang.
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As well as the appearance of some very special guests and the usual selection of classic songs sung by our amazing artists, this time the artists will be performing their very own, original songs, and performing a duet with their coach.
They may have some big performances and amazing moments already under their belts, but for our artists, it really doesn't get any bigger or better than this.
For Karise Eden, singing one of her own songs feels a bit like receiving a special gift, she revealed.
"It's a really exciting opportunity. I think it’s like a thank you present from the show, and a way of saying good luck for the future. It’s like a present we’ve been given for making it to the end."
We've seen many different sides to Sarah De Bono so far – the rock chick, the pop star, the stand and deliver balladeer – so its going to be fascinating seeing her perform one of her own songs to find out who the "real" Sarah De Bono really is.
Rachael Leahcar has been an audience favourite since the moment she stepped on stage during the blind auditions and caused all four judges to hit their buttons, even though she didn't know it because she couldn't see them turn. She's kept her standards high and sung in English and Italian, but let's see how she feels about singing her own words.
Meanwhile, Darren Percival has continually set the bar higher and higher on each performance, and found a powerful emotional connection to each song he sings, never failing to move the coaches and audience in the process.
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