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Say hello to the winner of The Voice Australia 2023.

Australia's favourite reality-TV-singing-competition The Voice is back!

Yep, as we speak our 2023 judges Guy Sebastian, Jason Derulo, Rita Ora and Jessica Mauboy are on the hunt for Australia’s next biggest thing in music. 

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This season the lucky winner will be taking home $100,000 in cold hard cash,while launching themselves and their musical careers into the Australian spotlight.

But as we watch things unfold for our aspiring signers and their star coaches, let's look back at a few past winners.

Karise Eden – Season One, 2012.

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In 2012, The Voice Australia went on to crown its first winner Karise Eden, who was coached by universal star Seal. After taking home first place, Karise had four of her singles hit the top five in the ARIA charts and became hugely popular that same year.

In 2014, Karise became a mother to a son Blayden and then in 2020 a daughter named Hartley.


Harrison Craig – Season Two, 2013.

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Under the mentorship of Seal, Harrison Craig reigned victorious. Since winning the second season of The Voice in 2013, Harrison released three albums and toured around Australia.


He continues to focus on his career as a professional singer and a role model.

Chris Sebastian - Season Nine, 2020.

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Under the mentorship of Kelly Rowland, now judge Guy Sebastian's brother took home the title of The Voice 2023. 

Since winning the show, Chris swiftly released singles 'Hard to Get to Love', and 'Wasted On Me'. 

Check back in later to find out all the goss surrounding the winner of The Voice 2023.

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