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“The Voice Australia” 2017 season 6 episode 10 kicked off with 17-year-old Taylah Harrington. The teenager was born in a circus, where her dad works as a clown. When she performed Cher's hit song “Believe” in her own slow way, coaches Boy George and Kelly Rowland turned their chairs. Seal and George began teasing each other afterwards, with George complaining about Seal passing on the young singer.

"I'm surprised not more people turned," said George, pointing at his co-judge. "Consider yourself told off." In the end, Taylah chose to be on Team George.

Next on the stage was Jesse Tolo-Paepae, who won “The X Factor Australia” in 2007 as one of the members of the band Random. Tolo-Paepae is, however, not happy with the way his career is moving, so he decided to try his luck on “The Voice.” The 33-year-year father belted out Ray Charles' classic “I Got A Woman," impressing both Seal and George. However, the singer ultimately chose Seal.

The next contestant was a global performer who has been singing since she was 9 years old. Bridget O’Shannessy, 17, confessed that she is still nervous performing on stage. "My audition song has a larger range than I actually thought it did," she told everyone after belting out the ABBA anthem “Dancing Queen.” Sadly, none of the coaches had turned their chairs.

The competition then became tight, with only two coaches left with one spot each. Up next was 16-year-old Darcy Thornton, who impressed Delta Goodrem with Katy Perry’s “Part of Me.” However, Team Delta was already fully occupied, so it was George who took her into his team as the final contestant. "My mum loves you," said Thornton, who also requested for a selfie.

With only one spot left in Team Kelly, the competition got tougher. Sharin Attamimi came next, taking on Nina Simone’s “Feeling Good.” She was so amazing that all coaches requested Rowland to press the buzzer. But the coach was in no hurry. She passed on Attamimi for now, telling the contestant that she should try her luck next time. Next up was Ruva Ngwenya, a 24-year-old theatre performer. She impressed Rowland with Adele's “Hello,” bagging the final spot in Team Kelly.

With the Blind Auditions finally over, the Knockouts Round on “The Voice Australia” 2017 is up next. Meanwhile, let's take a look at the coaches' final line-ups below:


Claire Howell

Tim Conlon

Fasika Ayallew

Sean and Molly

Joel and Leeroy

Judah Kelly

Kelly Read

Gracie Laing

Anthony Sharpe

Nathan Kneen

Rachael Noakes

Kelsey Rimmer


Berni Harrison

Arthur Bristowe

Annalisse Walker

Brooke Schubert

Sam Hale

Lucy Sugerman

Russel Francis

Rennie Adams

Ruby Jo

Liz Conde

Nara Nakhle

Jesse Tolo-Paepae


Robin Johnson

Hoseah Partsch

Benjamin Caldwell

Sally Skelton

Brittannia Clifford-Pugh

Sarah Stone

Lyn Bowtell

Jesse Dutlow

James Banks

Ellis Hall

Taylah Harrington

Darcy Thornton


Gemma Lyon

Bojesse Pigram

Michelle Mutyora

Camryn Jordans

Tommy Harris

Lewis Ciavarella

Russ Walker

Chloe Kandetzki

He Planned Us

Ruva Ngwenya