Home and Away star Mark Furze and Guy’s brother Chris Sebastian make up Kelly Rowland’s Team Kelly while Boy George’s Team George is filled with Siala Robson as well as The Voice Armenia winner Masha Mnjoyan.
But according to Sportsbet, some of these artists are more likely than others to win the $100,000 cash prize and recording contract with EMI Music Australia.
Team George’s Siala is the hot favourite with her odds currently sitting at $1.95. Close behind her is Team Kelly’s Johnny, who first found fame on America’s Got Talent, at $2.50.
Meanwhile Stellar’s odds are at $4.50, with Timothy hot on her tail with odds at $5.00.
Considered outside chances by the betting agency are Jesse (odds at $12.00) and Masha ($15.00).
Unlike many reality shows which are precorded with the winner known well in advance, The Voice’s voting closes shortly before the winner is announced.
This means that although Siala is the top pick, this is not based on any insider knowledge and the competition is still anyone’s game at this point.
The Voice has experienced a dramatic season this year and like much of the television industry, was thrown into chaos when the coronavirus crisis hit in March.
Filming of the show was suspended midway through before kicking off again without a live audience.
International coaches George and Kelly were unable to return to Australia due to borders closing and instead mentored their artists via video links.
Two artists, Caleb Jago-Ward and Ella Monnery, were also forced to pull out of the competition as they were both based in New Zealand and were unable to return to Australia for the Play Offs.
The Voice continues Tuesday 7.30pm and concludes Sunday, 7pm on Channel Nine