The winner of The Voice Australia has been announced.

Weeks of singing his heart out finally paid off for Judah Kelly, when he was crowned The Voice Australia‘s winner for 2017.

Judah beat out Fasika Ayallew, Lucy Sugerman and Hoseah Partsch to claim the singing competition’s crown.

Mentor Delta thanked the thousands of fans who voted for the 20-year-old.

“Go and be the artist you were born to be, Judah,” she said.

Earlier in the night all four finalists got a chance to perform with their mentor, before they were whittled down to the final two – Judah and Hoseah.

Judah’s amazing performance of ‘I Was Here’ with Delta received a rapturous applause from the live audience.

But before the winner could be announced, each artist performed the song that would be released as a single – and we can expect to hear Judah’s ‘Count On Me’ played on every radio station tomorrow.

The Grand Final was a star-studded affair. Earlier in the night former One Direction member Niall Horan performed his solo hits.

The final four also got to perform hit song Chained To The Rhythm alongside the original artist herself, Katy Perry, to kick off the night.

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