Queenslander singer Judah Kelly has won The Voice for 2017.
The 20 year old from Team Delta defeated 18 year old Melbourne vocalist Hoseah Partsch from Team George.
He wins the $100,000 prize and a contract from Universal Music.
“I’m pretty psyched,” he said.
“I can’t believe I actually made it this far. Thank you. That’s all I can say.”
In a powerhouse finale, singers Fasika Ayallew (Team Kelly) and Lucy Sugerman (Team Seal) were eliminated, leaving the title as a battle between the boys.
Nine’s finale also included performances from Katy Perry, Niall Horan and Noah Cyrus.
Head of Content, Production and Development, Adrian Swift, said: “We are so proud to have found a voice as truly brilliant as Judah – he epitomises what this show is about – finding the best voice in Australia. And Team Delta takes the crown for a second year. Congratulations and our sincere gratitude to all for a brilliant series.”
George Ash, President, Universal Music Australia, added, “We are so pleased to welcome Judah to the Universal Music family and are thrilled once again to be have been part of such a highly talented and competitive season. We congratulate all the artists and fabulous coaches and look forward to working with Judah on his new single ‘Count On Me’ and upcoming album. I also want to thank our EMI artists Katy Perry and Niall Horan for being part of the finale festivities.”