Australian talent Show ‘The Voice’ has today confirmed a new superstar coach will be joining the team in 2019!
Aussie singer and songwriter Guy Sebastian will be filling the fourth and final red chair on the next season, alongside returning coaches Delta Goodrem, Boy George and Kelly Rowland.
Sebastian first shot to fame in 2003 after becoming the first winner of Australian Idol. He’s since gone on to become one of Australia’s biggest hitmakers and even represented the country at the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest, where he took out fifth place.
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The 37-year-old said he was “really pumped to join the panel of coaches on the new season of The Voice.”
“Being a musician over the last 15 years has been an extremely fulfilling time. I love that I can share my experience with some new aspiring artists so we can inject some fresh talent into the music industry,” he said.
“I am really looking forward to representing Australia with the amazing Delta against the music history-makers Kelly and George – what a way to start 2019!”
I’m really pumped to join the panel of coaches on the new season of @TheVoiceAU on @Channel9 . I’m stoked to be working with @DeltaGoodrem, @KELLYROWLAND and @BoyGeorge on finding fresh talent. Bring on 2019! pic.twitter.com/ZQfpCKquR1
— Guy Sebastian (@GuySebastian) November 13, 2018