Judah Kelly has been crowned The Voice of Australia in a celeb-filled grand finale overnight.
The 20-year-old Queenslander, who was coached by Delta Goodrem, fought hard to hold back tears when his name was read out.
“I’m pretty psyched – my goodness… Thank you so much, everyone,” he said.
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“I can’t believe I actually made it this far. Thank you. It’s all I can say.”
King Judah spoke to Flan & Emily Jade with Christo on 1029 Hot Tomato this morning, telling the brekky hosts that he is still coming to terms with winning The Voice Australia.
“I certainly dreamed about it but never saw it coming true,” he said.
“When I auditioned I didn’t actually see myself winning”.
You can listen to the full chat below:
Kelly battled it out for the title with Boy George contestant Hoseah Partsch, who received high praise from fans on social media after his final performance.
“That made me cry! So incredibly beautiful. Hoseah, you will fly higher than any paper plane ever could. All the best to you and your incredible future!” one person wrote.
Fans of the popular talent show were treated to a night of star-studded performances with Katy Perry, Niall Horan and Noah Cyrus all taking to the stage to perform their new hits.