Channel Seven has also announced the first two of this year's contestants as Jordan Fuller, and his sister Sian.
Jordan, 19, grew up around music, with a singing teacher for a mother.
He will have all four coaches in awe with his Blind Audition, singing Falling by Harry Styles.
“I can’t believe how somebody this young has that much soul in his voice,” Rita Ora says of Jordan in a preview clip.
However, in the end, Jordan is not the only Fuller hoping to wow the judges.
His 16-year-old sister, Sian, goes along to support Jordan, only for fate to step in when host Sonia Kruger asks if she’d like to audition, too.
This young gun is not throwing away her shot, but what will the judges think?
With last season experiencing stops and starts to production due to COVID-19, it’s great to see families around supporting contestants throughout the blind auditions.
Last year saw Guy’s brother, Chris Sebastian, take out the title under coach Kelly Rowland.
He’s since been working hard at his music, releasing singles Hard to Get to Love and Wasted on Me.
The Voice will air on Channel Seven after the Olympics – and to say we are excited is an understatement!
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