The Voice 2013: Kaity Dunstan, Harrison Craig and Celia Pavey in Australian Charts [VIDEO]

By @Len_IBTimes on

The Voice Australia Season 2 (Blind Auditions) has introduced several contestants to the ARIA singles chart. Leading everyone else is emerging matinee idol Harrison Craig, whose version of "Broken Vow" (Lara Fabian/Josh Groban) debuted on No.18. Week 2 contestant Kaity Dunstan debuted at No. 40 with the 1972 Melanie song "Brand New Key." How did the other contestants' singles fare in the records sales?

Celia Pavey's cover of "Scarborough Fair/Canticle" (Simon & Garfunkel/Sergio Mendes) brought her to No. 27 at the charts. Pavey joins Craig and Dunstan as the only three new talents to make it to the charts. Other The Voice Australia contestants who made it outside the Top 50 are Anna Weatherup with "Fields of Gold" (Sting) and Luke Kennedy with "Un Giono Per Noi"/"A Time for Us."

All these newly discovered talents on The Voice Australia are making waves on social media networks. Harrison Craig is a walking, breathing inspirational story. The young man suffers from a speech impediment, which vanishes when he sings. Celia Pavey has been described as a singing angel. And schoolgirl Kaity Dunstan is a promising modern day pop idol -- dishing a song that is more than a decade older and giving it a contemporary flavor.

The Voice Australia Season 2 has just gone back on air on April 7, with new mentor/judge Ricky Martin. Craig, Pavey, and Dunstan are clearly the early favorites. The Aussies are expected to actively vote for them when the time comes. This early, Josh Groban has already expressed his support for Craig.

"It would have been great if a fifth chair turned and it was me: 'I am Josh Groban' and then I threw my hat in the ring as coach. That would have been great," Groban joked in an interview with News Limited. The celebrity singer was reacting to the namedropping made by Joel Madden and Goodrem on The Voice just to get Craig on their team.

On the girls' side, Pavey and Dunstan are expected to be strong contenders, throughout the season, too.

"Celia, that is the best performance we have seen. The second you opened your mouth it was like something magical just happened. That was truly a magnificent performance,'' The Voice judge and mentor Delta Goodrem told the 19-year-old singer.

"I hope my dad's proud. Aside from myself, no one else wants [The Voice win] more for me,'' Kaity said on the show.

Scroll down to watch Kaity Dunstan in an engaging modern take on "Brand New Day" by Melanie.

VIDEO: The Voice Australia Season 2, Kaity Dunstan Sings Melanie

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