The winner of The Voice Australia is LEAKED as the final four prepare to do battle… and you’ll never guess who it is!
The Voice Australia winner will be announced on Sunday night during the show’s nail-biting grand finale.
But punters have already decided who they believe will take home the $100,000 cash prize and a recording contract with Universal Music.
According to Sportsbet, Bella Taylor Smith from Guy Sebastian’s team is the clear favourite to win, with short odds of $1.60.
Who could it be? The winner of The Voice Australia is LEAKED after final four acts release their own music videos
The 23-year-old has been a favourite since her powerful performance of Beyoncé’s Ave Maria in the Blind Auditions, which all four coaches turned for within a minute.
Bella went on to impress both local and international judges with her rendition of The Voice Within by Christina Aguilera and R.E.M’s mega-hit Everybody Hurts.
Trailing closely behind Bella is Arlo Sim on Team Keith at $3.75, who wowed in the Blind Auditions with his performance of Billie Eilish’s idontwannabeyouanymore.
Front runner: According to Sportsbet, Bella Taylor Smith (pictured) from Guy Sebastian’s team is the clear favourite to win, with short odds of $1.60
Rita Ora’s girl group G-Nat!on and Jessica Mauboy Mick Harrington are considered outsiders, according to Sportsbet, with odds of $6.00 and $8.50 respectively.
The winner will be decided by a public vote during Sunday night’s finale episode.
It comes as Bella told TV Week that she never had intentions to pursue a career as a singer until The Voice.
Second pick: Trailing closely behind Bella is Arlo Sim (pictured) on Team Keith at $3.75, who wowed in the Blind Auditions with his performance of Billie Eilish’s idontwannabeyouanymore
‘It has been a challenging few years for everyone, and to have something fun and uplifting to look forward to was a big inspiration for me!’ the vocal coach recalled.
‘I loved (and still love) teaching, and that has always been a path I considered, but for a long time, I wanted to be a midwife.’
The Voice continues on Sunday at 7.30pm on Channel Seven
Stay tuned: The Voice continues on Sunday at 7.30pm on Channel Seven