Sydney’s Diana Rouvas has been crowned winner of The Voice for 2019.
The 35 year old returning “All Star” from Team George defeated singer songwriter Daniel Shaw from Team Delta.
Zeek Power was placed third while 14 year old Jordan Anthony came fourth in the grand final.
Rouvas wins $100,000 and a recording contract with EMI after a string of flawless power ballads sealed her run in recent weeks. She was previously signed to to Universal Music but was released in 2015.
“It is an absolute honour to be here, thank you Australia. It is incredible,” she said.
“Thank you to everyone on this show. All the coaches. The people have who fed us. The people have played alongside us. Everyone who has dressed us. Seriously, it is an amazing show and it is such an honour to be standing back here alongside this young man.”
Both she and Boy George dropped an F-bomb in the Live to Air broadcast, but it didn’t dampen the euphoria.
Rouvas came fifth in 2012 mentored by coach Keith Urban.
Season 8 has been a solid rater for Nine with auditions already open for a 2020 season.