The Voice Australia’s FINAL FOUR are revealed ahead of the blockbuster grand final


The Voice Australia’s FINAL FOUR are revealed ahead of the blockbuster grand final that will see the winner secure a recording contract and take home the whopping $100K cash prize


The Voice Australia is gearing up for its blockbuster grand final episode next Sunday.

And during Sunday’s semi final round, the final four were revealed with Bella Taylor Smith, Arlo Sim, Mick ‘The Mower Man’ Harrington and G-Nat!on making the cut.

The grand final will see the finalists take to the stage with their coaches for what’s sure to be a captivating duet, before the winner takes home the $100,000 cash prize and secures a recording contract with Universal Music Australia. 

Who will be crowned the winner? The Voice Australia’s FINAL FOUR were revealed on Sunday night’s episode ahead of the blockbuster grand final that will see the winner secure a recording contract and take home the whopping $100K cash prize

Bella Taylor Smith from Guy Sebastian’s team earned herself a spot in the grand final with her rendition of Everybody Hurts by R.E.M.

During her mentoring session with coach Guy prior to taking to the stage, Bella broke down in tears as she read out a letter her father wrote her from prison.   

‘It’s really scary for me to be vulnerable and it feels really exposing to be singing words like this, but I feel like it would be good for me to show that on stage,’ she said.

Grand finalist: Bella Taylor Smith (pictured) from Guy Sebastian's team earned herself a spot in the final with her rendition of Everybody Hurts by R.E.M. Guy, who had to choose between Bella and Jordan Fuller, described the nail-biting decision as 'near impossible'

Grand finalist: Bella Taylor Smith (pictured) from Guy Sebastian’s team earned herself a spot in the final with her rendition of Everybody Hurts by R.E.M. Guy, who had to choose between Bella and Jordan Fuller, described the nail-biting decision as ‘near impossible’

Stellar performance: Arlo Sim (pictured) from Keith Urban's team performed a stellar rendition of Only We Know by Keane, landing him a coveted spot in the grand final. He received nothing but praise from all four coaches

Stellar performance: Arlo Sim (pictured) from Keith Urban’s team performed a stellar rendition of Only We Know by Keane, landing him a coveted spot in the grand final. He received nothing but praise from all four coaches 

Guy, who had to choose between Bella and Jordan Fuller, described the nail-biting decision as ‘near impossible’.

However he said Bella is the artist who he believes is ‘connected to and trusts their gift just that bit more’.  

Arlo Sim from Keith Urban’s team performed a stellar rendition of Only We Know by Keane, landing him a coveted spot in the grand final. 

He received nothing but praise from all four coaches, with Rita describing the performance as ‘flawless’ while Guy said he keeps ‘setting the bar so high’.

Aussie dream: Mick Harrington (pictured) who owns a lawn-mowing business in country Victoria and is on Jessica Mauboy's team, performed Superman by Five for Fighting. Coach Jess described Mick as 'the true essence of the Australian dream'

Aussie dream: Mick Harrington (pictured) who owns a lawn-mowing business in country Victoria and is on Jessica Mauboy’s team, performed Superman by Five for Fighting. Coach Jess described Mick as ‘the true essence of the Australian dream’

‘Your voice is from another planet. It’s just something beyond your years,’ Keith added. 

Mick Harrington who owns a lawn-mowing business in country Victoria and is on Jessica Mauboy’s team, performed Superman by Five for Fighting. 

Coach Jess described Mick as ‘the true essence of the Australian dream’ and said he’s exactly ‘what this show is about’. 

Girl power: Rita Ora chose to progress girl group G-Nat!on (pictured) through to the grand final over 16-year-old Sian Fuller

Girl power: Rita Ora chose to progress girl group G-Nat!on (pictured) through to the grand final over 16-year-old Sian Fuller 

Remaining humble, Mick said of his journey on the show so far: ‘This is so life-changing. It means going from being your everyday labourer to being able to do what I’ve dreamt about.’ 

Rita Ora chose to progress girl group G-Nat!on through to the grand final over 16-year-old Sian Fuller.

G-Nat!on performed 7 rings by Ariana Grande, with Rita remarking that it shows ‘girl power, friendship’ and ‘unity’.

Star coach: G-Nat!on performed 7 rings by Ariana Grande, with Rita (pictured) remarking that it shows 'girl power, friendship' and 'unity'

Star coach: G-Nat!on performed 7 rings by Ariana Grande, with Rita (pictured) remarking that it shows ‘girl power, friendship’ and ‘unity’

Jess also suggested that ‘Australia and the world are ready for a girl group like you’. 

Voting for The Voice Australia’s 2021 grand final is now open. The public will ultimately decide who wins the $100,00 cash prize and lands a recording contract with Universal Music Australia.     

The Voice Grand Final airs Sunday, September 12 at 7pm on Channel Seven  

Who will win? Voting for the grand final next Sunday 12 September is now open. The public will ultimately decide who wins the $100,00 and lands a recording contract. Pictured from L to R: coaches Keith Urban, Rita Ora, Jessica Mauboy and Guy Sebastian

Who will win? Voting for the grand final next Sunday 12 September is now open. The public will ultimately decide who wins the $100,00 and lands a recording contract. Pictured from L to R: coaches Keith Urban, Rita Ora, Jessica Mauboy and Guy Sebastian 

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