On Sunday night, The Voice Australia kicked off for another year.
The show also moved from Channel Nine to Channel Seven in 2021, with former coaches Delta Goodrem, Boy George, and Kelly Rowland departing the show.
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Rita Ora, who is the show's new international judge, has previously worked on both The Voice UK and The X Factor.
Before the season really gets going, we decided to take a look into Rita Ora's life in the spotlight.
Rita Ora's early life and career.
Rita Ora (born Rita Sahatçiu) was born in Prishtina, Yugoslavia (present-day Kosovo) in 1990 to her Albanian parents – Vera, a psychiatrist, and Besnik, a pub owner and economist. She has an older sister, Elena, and a younger brother, Don.
When Ora was just a baby, the family relocated to London. At the time of their departure, Albanians in Kosovo were being oppressed by Dictator Slobodan Milosevic.
Ora grew up in Notting Hill in West London, attending St Cuthbert with St Matthias Primary School in Earls Court and Sylvia Young Theatre School, a specialist performing arts school.
From a young age, Ora had an interest in music, performing at various open mic sessions in London.
She later got her first big break in music when she featured on Craig David's song, 'Awkward', in 2007.
The next year, the singer successfully auditioned for Eurovision: Your Country Needs You, becoming the British contestant for Eurovision Song Content in 2009. However, she later withdrew from the competition after her manager told her that Eurovision would hinder her solo career.
Shortly afterwards, Ora signed a record deal with Roc Nation, Jay Z's entertainment agency.