That’s it, this afternoon SBS has completed the line up of its national final, revealing the names of the last 4 artists taking part to the second edition of “Eurovision: Australia Decides”.
Greek-Australian Diana really rose to fame last July, when she was declared the winner of the latest edition of “The Voice Australia”. She started her career back in 2012 when you took part to this programme for the first time. Her song “Can We Make Heaven” has not been premiered yet.
22-year-old Jack won “Australia’s Got Talent 2011” when he was only 14. He has already released 2 pop soul albums. His debut album “Yes I Am” was quite successful and certified Gold. His latest opus “Inspire” dates back from 2012. He participated to last year’s editon of “The Voice Australia” and reached the semi-final as part of the Guy Sebastian’s team. He has self-penned his entry “I Am King I Am Queen”, a balad that was premiered yesterday.
Darwin-born Jordan-Ravi was a contestant in the 2019 edition of “America’s Got Talent” but was eliminated in the judge cuts. He is a talented young (19) singer-songwriter who enjoys combining pop music with classical or jazz influences. He will performe the yet to be released “Pushing Stars” on the big night. The song was partly penned by George Sheppard, one of “Australia DEcides 2019” contestants.
Jaguar is a Taiwanese-Australian singer that will definitely stand out in the line-up thanks to her uniqueness. Her entry will be “Rabbit Hole”. Though it hasn’t been released yet, her latest single can give us a glimpse of what to expect from this indie artist.
The four young emerging artists will hence join the 6 already revealed (more experienced) contestants on February 8th in Gold Coast: Casey Donovan, Didrri, iOA, Mitch Tambo, Montaigne and Vanessa Amorosi.