Chris Sebastian wins The Voice 2020

Singer Chris Sebastian has won The Voice 2020.

He wins $100,000 and a contract with EMI, in what was a second win for coach Kelly Rowland.

Sebastian, brother of coach Guy Sebastian, performed Linkin Park’s Numb in the finale and a duet of The Horses with Daryl Braithwaite.

His new single Bed for 2 is released by EMI.

John O’Donnell, Managing Director of EMI Music Australia said, “A huge congratulations to Chris on his great win in tonight’s Grand Finale of The Voice 2020. What an incredible talent. We are thrilled to welcome Chris to the EMI roster and congratulate him and all the artists who made it through to the Grand Finale.”

Earlier, Siala Robson performed God is a Woman by Ariana Grande and a duet of Untouched with The Veronicas. Stellar Perry performed Anyone by Demi Lovato and a duet of Kate Bush’s Running Up that Hill with Delta Goodrem. Johnny Manuel performed My Heart Will Go On and a duet of Sam Sparro’s Black & Gold with Guy Sebastian.

This year’s Grand Final was pre-recorded with social distancing and a virtual audience due to COVID restrictions. But voting which had been open all week closed during the final, leaving one of 4 multiple endings to be played out.

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47 Comments:

  1. Ch 9 used a loophole to get a win for Chris. Chris was part of All stars and his brother wasn’t a judge back then.

    Ch 9 knew exactly what they were doing.

  2. It seems the people who are criticising didn’t actually watch the show. I dropped off, but that’s because I’m not interested in tele, where everyone can’t be there. I think it was well deserved, and it’s not like a Voice win in Australia leads to superstardom anyway.

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