The Voice (Australia season 5)

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The Voice Australia
Season 5
Broadcast from 1 May – 10 July 2016
Judges Jessie J
Delta Goodrem
The Madden Brothers
Ronan Keating
Host(s) Sonia Kruger
Broadcaster Nine Network
Winner
Alfie Arcuri
Origin Camden, New South Wales
Song "Cruel"
Genre(s) Pop, Soul, R&B
Coach Delta Goodrem
Runner-up
Adam Ladell
Chronology

The fifth season of The Voice began on 1 May 2016.[1] Jessie J, Delta Goodrem and The Madden Brothers returned as coaches with Ronan Keating replacing Ricky Martin.[2] Sonia Kruger became solo host of the season after Darren McMullen left the series. Alfie Arcuri from Team Delta won the competition against Adam Ladell, also from Team Delta, who finished as runner-up, while Tash Lockhart and Ellen Reed finished in third and fourth place, respectively.[3]

This was the only season to feature Ronan Keating; as well as the last to feature The Madden Brothers and Jessie J as coaches. This was also the first season in which the first auditionee (Alfie Arcuri) won the series.

Teams[edit]

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Coach Artists
Ronan Keating
Tash Lockhart Mitch Gardner Georgia Wiggins Emad Younan Georgia Carey
Kayleigh Killick Nina Ferro Sam Trenwith Adam Ladell Mikaela Dean
Astrid Ripepi Kate Van Elswijk Nic Jeffries Sarah Browne
Jessie J
Ellen Reed Jack Pellow Mikaela Dean Brianna Holm Ashleigh Marshall
The Koi Boys Maddison McNamara Nada-Leigh & Jasmin Aaliyah Warren Calvin Swart
Carmel Rodrigues Claire Howell Ilisavani Cava
Delta Goodrem
Alfie Arcuri Adam Ladell Kim Sheehy Elle Murphy Marcia Howard
Calvin Swart Maryann Wright Shirin Majd Tash Lockhart Andrew McKinnon
Ben Logan Crissy Ashcroft Maxon Natasha Hoebeigs
The Madden Brothers
Andrew Loadsman Aaliyah Warren Lane Sinclair Lexi Clark Blake Morgan
Carmel Rodrigues Nazzereene Taleb Talia Giancaspro Georgia Wiggins Maddison McNamara
Casey Rose Don Leaton Kylie Jane Nathan Lamont

Blind auditions[edit]

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   Coach hit the "I/WE WANT YOU" button
     Artist defaulted to this team
     Artist elected to join this team
     Artist eliminated with no coach pressing "I/WE WANT YOU" button
     Artist received an 'All Turn'.

Episode 1 (1 May)[edit]

The coaches performed a cover of "Hello" together at the start of the show.

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices
Ronan Jessie Delta Madden
1 Alfie Arcuri 27 "Scars"            
2 Blake Morgan 21 "Talk Is Cheap"   
3 Claire Fabri 20 "I Kissed a Girl"
4 Jack Pellow 22 "From Eden"         
5 Maddison McNamara 21 "Gone"            
6 Ace Avenue 26 "When You Say Nothing at All"
7 Lexi Clark 19 "Nothing's Real but Love"         

Episode 2 (2 May)[edit]

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices
Ronan Jessie Delta Madden
1 Elle Murphy 19 "Devil Inside"         
2 Jay Parrino 30 "Whole Lotta Love"
3 Tash Lockhart 22 "Turning Tables"      
4 Claire Howell 18 "Who You Are"            
5 Truman Mullins 24 "Latch"
6 Maryann Wright 25 "Maybe This Time"      
7 Lane Sinclair 21 "When You Were Young"         
8 Georgia Carey 21 "Let It Go"            

Episode 3 (3 May)[edit]

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices
Ronan Jessie Delta Madden
1 Sam Trenwith 21 "I Don't Wanna Be"      
2 Nina Ferro 42 "Why"         
3 Mitchell Cox 26 "This Is The Moment"
4 Sarah Jane 28 "How Deep Is Your Love"
5 Mitch Gardner 19 "Only Love"      
6 Ben Logan 44 "Caruzo"   
7 Jordan Welshman 20 "Amnesia"
8 Brianna Holm 20 "Creep"            

Episode 4 (9 May)[edit]

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices
Ronan Jessie Delta Madden
1 Andrew Loadsman 30 "Demons"            
2 Alexandra Younes 20 "Hate on Me"
3 Calvin Swart 20 "Style"      
4 Casey Rose* 22 "Poker Face"      
5 Marcia Howard 55 "Fields of Gold"   
6 Col Usher 39 "When Love Comes to Town"
7 Aaliyah Warren 17 "Runnin' (Lose It All)"      
8 Adam Ladell 16 "Trouble"            
  • Casey Rose originally was a duo with Barnaby, however, the coaches told her that she is better off alone. They gave them the decision to split and become a solo or continue as a duet with Barnaby and be eliminated in the battles. They chose to split however, Casey was still eliminated in the battles

Episode 5 (10 May)[edit]

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices
Ronan Jessie Delta Madden
1 Don Leaton 18 "High Hopes"         
2 Susan Songsuk 23 "One Night Only"
3 Ashleigh Marshall 16 "Reflection"         
4 Bella Maree 18 "I'd Rather Go Blind"
5 Emad Younan 39 "Only You"   
6 Emily Markham 21 "9 to 5"
7 Maxon 27 "Wings"   
8 Ilisavani Cava 22 "I'm Not the Only One"      

Episode 6 (15 May)[edit]

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices
Ronan Jessie Delta Madden
1 Carmel Rodrigues 16 "Part of Your World"      
2 Mikaela Dean 21 "Changing"   
3 Nathan Lamont 22 "Like I'm Gonna Lose You"      
4 Clancy Dunn 76 "Can't Help Falling in Love"
5 Micah Rothwell 21 "The House of the Rising Sun"
6 Crissy Ashcroft 49 "When the War Is Over"   
7 Kate Van Elswijk 19 "People Help the People"   
8 Kayleigh Killick 27 "We Found Love"      

Episode 7 (16 May)[edit]

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices
Ronan Jessie Delta Madden
1 Kayla Piscopo 16 "Titanium"
2 Kim Sheehy 28 "She Used To Be Mine"      
3 Dem & Amy Kwong 21/23 "If I Were a Boy"
4 Stephen Ward 21 "With a Little Help from My Friends"
5 Kylie Jane Howard 24 "What I Did for Love"      
6 Codi Kaye N/A "When We Were Young"
7 Cody Bell N/A "How Will I Know"
8 David O'Brien N/A "Babylon"
9 Shirin Majd 34 "Ave Maria"   
10 Talia Giancaspro 30 "Angel"   
11 The Koi Boys N/A "Sh-Boom (Life Could Be a Dream)"            

Episode 8 (22 May)[edit]

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices
Ronan Jessie Delta Madden
1 Jasmin Jade Nasser 21 "Almost Is Never Enough"      
2 Nada-Leigh Nasser 23 "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going"   
3 Blake Tailor 20 "Lonely Boy"
4 Astrid Ripepi 24 "Fallin'"   
5 Nic Jeffries 32 "Bridge Over Troubled Water"            
6 Nazzereene Taleb 19 "Gravity"   
7 Pascoe Braun 52 "When the Saints Go Marching In"
8 Georgia Wiggins 16 "All I Want"      

Episode 9 (23 May)[edit]

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices
Ronan Jessie Delta Madden
1 Natasha Hoeberigs 23 "Cry Me a River"       N/A
2 Beau Lamshed 25 "Dangerous" N/A
3 Sarah Browne 32 "Make You Feel My Love"    N/A
4 Billie Court 41 "Proud Mary" N/A N/A
5 Nick Tabone 24 "Bloodstream" N/A N/A
6 Andrew McKinnon 19 "Resolution" N/A    N/A
7 Katrina Noela N/A "Habanera" N/A N/A N/A
8 Jaycee N/A "Higher Ground" N/A N/A N/A
9 Victor Johl 25 "When I Get You Alone" N/A N/A N/A
10 Ellen Reed 27 "Chandelier" N/A    N/A N/A

Battle rounds[edit]

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Episode 10 (29 May)[edit]

The first episode of the Battle Rounds was first broadcast on 29 May 2016. The coaches opened the show performing a cover of "One Way or Another (Teenage Kicks)" together.

Order Coach Winner Battle Song Loser 'Steal' result
Ronan Jessie Delta Madden
1 Ronan Keating Sam Trenwith "Harder to Breathe" Mikaela Dean N/A
2 Jessie J Ashleigh Marshall "Colours of the Wind" Carmel Rodriguez N/A
3 Delta Goodrem Elle Murphy "What Kind of Man" Tash Lockhart N/A
4 The Maddens Blake Morgan "Stitches" Don Leaton N/A
5 Ronan Keating Nina Ferro "All I Ask" Nic Jeffries N/A
6 Jessie J Jack Pellow "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)" Calvin Swart N/A
7 Delta Goodrem Maryann Wright "Memory" Natasha Hoeberigs N/A
8 The Maddens Lane Sinclair "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" Georgia Wiggins N/A

Episode 11 (30 May)[edit]

The second episode of the Battle Rounds was first broadcast on 30 May 2016.

Order Coach Winner Battle Song Loser 'Steal' result
Ronan Jessie Delta Madden
1 Jessie J The Koi Boys "Uptown Funk" Ilisavani Cava N/A N/A
2 Ronan Keating Kayleigh Killick "Never Forget You" Astrid Ripepi N/A
3 Delta Goodrem Kim Sheehy "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" Maxon N/A N/A
4 The Maddens Andrew Loadsman "I Will Wait" Nathan Lamont N/A N/A
5 Ronan Keating Emad Younan "Dancing in the Dark" Sarah Browne N/A
6 The Maddens Nazzereene Taleb "Stole the Show" Maddison McNamara N/A N/A
7 Delta Goodrem Marcia Howard "Wicked Game" Crissy Ashcroft N/A N/A N/A
8 Jessie J Nada-Leigh Nasser* "How Come U Don't Call Me Anymore?" Jasmin Jade Nasser* N/A N/A
  • As a result of being unable to choose a battle winner between Nada-Leigh and Jasmin Jade, Jessie J chose both of them to advance as a duo with approval from the producers.

Episode 12 (5 June)[edit]

The third episode of the Battle Rounds will be broadcast on 5 June 2016.

Order Coach Winner Battle Song Loser 'Steal' result
Ronan Jessie Delta Madden
1 The Maddens Lexi Clark "Ex's & Oh's" Casey Rose N/A N/A N/A
2 Delta Goodrem Alfie Arcuri "Drag Me Down" Andrew McKinnon N/A N/A N/A
3 Jessie J Brianna Holm "Smells Like Teen Spirit" Aaliyah Warren N/A N/A
4 Ronan Keating Georgia Carey "Believe" Kate Van Elswijk N/A N/A N/A
5 Delta Goodrem Shirin Majd "The Prayer" Ben Logan N/A N/A N/A N/A
6 The Maddens Talia Giancaspro "Not Ready to Make Nice" Kylie Jane N/A N/A N/A
7 Ronan Keating Mitch Gardner "Firestone" Adam Ladell N/A N/A N/A
8 Jessie J Ellen Reed "Unconditionally" Claire Howell N/A N/A N/A N/A

Super Battle round[edit]

Each coach splits their team into two groups of four. Those four artists then take to the stage together and each perform a different song in a head-to-head duel. Two go through to the Live Shows, while two are eliminated, with no saves available. Plus, the songs in each Super Battle have a theme picked by the coaches.

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Episode 13 (6 June)[edit]

The Super Battle round was first broadcast on 6 June 2016.

The Super Battles
Order Coach Theme Winners Losers
Contestant Song Contestant Song
1 Jessie J The King of Pop
(Michael Jackson)
Mikaela Dean "They Don't Care About Us" The Koi Boys "P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)"
Jack Pellow "Billie Jean" Ashleigh Marshall "Ben"
2 The Maddens Girls & Boys Andrew Loadsman "Lean On" Blake Morgan "Dark Horse"
Aaliyah Warren "7 Years" Nazzereene Taleb "Earned It"
3 Delta Goodrem Stage and Screen Elle Murphy "Skyfall" Maryann Wright "I Don't Know How to Love Him"
Adam Ladell "Safe & Sound" Shirin Majd "Habanera"
4 Ronan Keating Songs of Ireland Emad Younan "Danny Boy" Georgia Carey "Someone New"
Georgia Wiggins "Zombie" Nina Ferro "With or Without You"
5 The Maddens American Anthems Lane Sinclair "I'm On Fire" Carmel Rodrigues "I'd Do Anything for Love"
Lexi Clark "Seven Nation Army" Talia Giancaspro "Jolene"
6 Delta Goodrem Homegrown Hits Alfie Arcuri "Red" Calvin Swart "Remind Me"
Kim Sheehy "Everyone's Waiting" Marcia Howard "Throw Your Arms Around Me"
7 Ronan Keating Legends and Legacies Tash Lockhart "Heroes" Kayleigh Killick "Tears Dry on Their Own"
Mitch Gardner "Blackbird" Sam Trenwith "It's a Man's World"
8 Jessie J Battle of the Brits Brianna Holm "The Scientist" Maddison McNamara "Jealous"
Ellen Reed "Hold My Hand" Nada-Leigh & Jasmin "Wings"

The Live Shows[edit]

Episode 14 (13 June)[edit]

The first episode of the Live shows was first broadcast on 13 June 2016. Each of the coach’s four artists performed a song. Each coach then saved one of their artists, guaranteeing them a performance in the second live show. The remaining artists faced the public vote all week. Then, the artist with the fewest votes from each team was eliminated during Live Show two before they got a chance to perform.

Order Coach Contestant Song Result
1 Jessie J Ellen Reed "Ghost" Saved by public
2 Brianna Holm "Samson" Eliminated
3 Jack Pellow "Blame It on Me" Saved by public
4 Mikaela Dean "Take Me Home" Saved by coach
5 The Maddens Lexi Clark "Rumour Has It" Eliminated
6 Aaliyah Warren "Welcome to the Black Parade" Saved by coach
7 Andrew Loadsman "Say Something" Saved by public
8 Lane Sinclair "Video Games" Saved by public
9 Ronan Keating Tash Lockhart "Be the One" Saved by public
10 Mitch Gardner "Down Under" Saved by coach
11 Georgia Wiggins "Hide Away" Saved by public
12 Emad Younan "Vincent" Eliminated
13 Delta Goodrem Elle Murphy "Somebody to Love" Eliminated
14 Kim Sheehy "Hearts a Mess" Saved by public
15 Alfie Arcuri "Pillowtalk" Saved by coach
16 Adam Ladell "Imagine" Saved by public

Episode 15 (19 June)[edit]

The second episode of the Live shows was first broadcast on 19 June 2016. Due to a pre-commitment The Madden Brothers had with their band Good Charlotte, Australian sister band The Veronicas filled in as judges in their place for this episode and also performed their new single "In My Blood".[4]

Order Coach Contestant Song Result
1 The Maddens Andrew Loadsman "Hold Back the River" Saved by public
2 Aaliyah Warren "Killing Me Softly" Saved by public
3 Lane Sinclair "Life on Mars" Eliminated
4 Jessie J Jack Pellow "Stressed Out" Saved by public
5 Ellen Reed "Stone Cold" Saved by public
6 Mikaela Dean "Finally" Eliminated
7 Delta Goodrem Adam Ladell "Chasing Cars" Saved by public
8 Kim Sheehy "Wild Things" Eliminated
9 Alfie Arcuri "Lay Me Down" Saved by public
10 Ronan Keating Tash Lockhart "Riptide" Saved by public
11 Georgia Wiggins "Fast Car" Eliminated
12 Mitch Gardner "Wasn't Expecting That" Saved by public

Episode 16 (26 June)[edit]

The third episode of the Live shows was first broadcast on 26 June 2016.

Order Coach Contestant Song Result
1 Jessie J Ellen Reed "Since U Been Gone" Bottom four
2 Jack Pellow "Hotline Bling" Saved by public
3 The Maddens Aaliyah Warren "Don't Let Me Down" Bottom four
4 Andrew Loadsman "Gold on the Ceiling" Saved by public
5 Delta Goodrem Alfie Arcuri "I Can't Make You Love Me" Bottom four
6 Adam Ladell "Faded" Saved by public
7 Ronan Keating Mitch Gardner "Love Yourself" Bottom four
8 Tash Lockhart "Run" Saved by public

The Semi-Finals[edit]

The Semi-Finals was broadcast on 3 July 2016. At the beginning of the show, the four artists with the most votes (one per team) were fast tracked to the second half of the show, the four artists with the least votes (one per team) performed to stay in the competition. Only two made it through on an instant app vote mid-show to join the top four artists, giving us the top six. The top six performed their Semi-Final song, followed by another instant app vote, and from there the top four were announced and advanced to The Grand Finale. Coach Delta Goodrem performed her new single "Enough" featuring Gizzle.

  • With the elimination of Andrew Loadsman, The Maddens had no more contestants left on their team, making this the second season in the Australian version of the franchise where a coach didn't have a contestant in the grand finale.
Order Coach Contestant Song Result
Sing-off performances
1.1 Jessie J Ellen Reed "Good Luck" Instant Save
1.2 The Maddens Aaliyah Warren "Stay" Eliminated
1.3 Delta Goodrem Alfie Arcuri "Alive" Instant Save
1.4 Ronan Keating Mitch Gardner "Talk Me Down" Eliminated
Top 6 performances
2.1 Jessie J Jack Pellow "Fall at Your Feet" Eliminated
2.2 Delta Goodrem Adam Ladell "Viva la Vida" Instant Save
2.3 Jessie J Ellen Reed "Perfect" Instant Save
2.4 The Maddens Andrew Loadsman "Love Runs Out" Eliminated
2.5 Ronan Keating Tash Lockhart "Clarity" Instant Save
2.6 Delta Goodrem Alfie Arcuri "All of Me" Instant Save

Grand Finale[edit]

The Grand Finale was first broadcast on 10 July 2016. The Madden Brothers' band Good Charlotte performed their single "Life Can't Get Much Better" and girl band Fifth Harmony performed their single "All in My Head (Flex)".[5]

  • With Alfie Arcuri and Adam Ladell being Winner and Runner-up, respectively, Delta Goodrem became the first coach in the Australian version of the franchise to have two of her artists as Top 2.
Solo performances
Order Coach Contestant Song Result
1 Jessie J Ellen Reed "Firework" by Katy Perry Fourth place
2 Delta Goodrem Adam Ladell "Superheroes" by The Script Runner-up
5 "My Heart Stops with You" (Original song)
3 Ronan Keating Tash Lockhart "People Get Ready" by The Impressions Third place
4 Delta Goodrem Alfie Arcuri "Catapult" by Jack Savoretti Winner
6 "Cruel" (Original song)
Duet performances
Order Duet performers Song
Coach Contestant
1 Delta Goodrem Alfie Arcuri "Beneath Your Beautiful" by Labrinth featuring Emeli Sandé
2 Ronan Keating Tash Lockhart "Don't Dream It's Over" by Crowded House
3 Jessie J Ellen Reed "Ain't Nobody" by Rufus and Chaka Khan
4 Delta Goodrem Adam Ladell "True Colors" by Cyndi Lauper
Group performances
Order Performer Song
1 Top 4 "Sing" by My Chemical Romance
Special guest performances
Order Performer/s Song
1 Good Charlotte "Life Can't Get Much Better"
2 Fifth Harmony "All in My Head (Flex)"

Live Shows Elimination Chart[edit]

Overall[edit]

Artist's info
Result details
Live show results per week
Artist Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Semi-Finals The Live Final
Sing-off Top 6
Alfie Arcuri Safe Safe Bottom 4 Safe Safe Winner
Adam Ladell Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Runner-up
Tash Lockhart Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe 3rd Place
Ellen Reed Safe Safe Bottom 4 Safe Safe 4th Place
Andrew Loadsman Safe Safe Safe Safe Eliminated Eliminated in the Semi-Finals
Jack Pellow Safe Safe Safe Safe Eliminated
Mitch Gardner Safe Safe Bottom 4 Eliminated Eliminated in the Quarter-Finals
Aaliyah Warren Safe Safe Bottom 4 Eliminated
Georgia Wiggins Safe Eliminated Eliminated in Week 2
Mikaela Dean Safe Eliminated
Kim Sheehy Safe Eliminated
Lane Sinclair Safe Eliminated
Emad Younan Eliminated Eliminated in Week 1
Brianna Holm Eliminated
Elle Murphy Eliminated
Lexi Clark Eliminated

Team[edit]

Result details
Live show results per week
Artist Live Shows The Live Finale
Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 The Semi-Final
Bottom 4 Top 6
Tash Lockhart Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe 3rd Place
Mitch Gardner Safe Safe Bottom 4 Eliminated
Georgia Wiggins Safe Eliminated
Emad Younan Eliminated
Ellen Reed Safe Safe Bottom 4 Safe Safe 4th Place
Jack Pellow Safe Safe Safe Safe Eliminated
Mikaela Dean Safe Eliminated
Brianna Holm Eliminated
Alfie Arcuri Safe Safe Bottom 4 Safe Safe Winner
Adam Ladell Safe Safe Safe Safe Safe Runner-up
Kim Sheehy Safe Eliminated
Elle Murphy Eliminated
Andrew Loadsman Safe Safe Safe Safe Eliminated
Aaliyah Warren Safe Safe Bottom 4 Eliminated
Lane Sinclair Safe Eliminated
Lexi Clark Eliminated

Ratings[edit]

The Voice season five consolidated viewership and adjusted position
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     – Highest rating during the season
     – Lowest rating during the season
Episode Original airdate Timeslot Viewers
(millions)
Night Rank Source
1 "The Blind Auditions" 1 May 2016 Sunday 7:00 pm 1.454 #1 [6]
2 2 May 2016 Monday 7:30 pm 1.469 #1 [7]
3 3 May 2016 Tuesday 7:30 pm 1.333 #1 [8]
4 9 May 2016 Monday 7:30 pm 1.530 #1 [9]
5 10 May 2016 Tuesday 7:30 pm 1.267 #1 [10]
6 15 May 2016 Sunday 7:00 pm 1.449 #1 [11]
7 16 May 2016 Monday 7:30 pm 1.366 #1 [12]
8 22 May 2016 Sunday 7:00 pm 1.297 #2 [13]
9 23 May 2016 Monday 7:30 pm 1.254 #1 [14]
10 "The Battle Rounds" 29 May 2016 Sunday 7:00 pm 1.386 #2 [15]
11 30 May 2016 Monday 7:30 pm 1.209 #2 [16]
12 5 June 2016 Sunday 7:00 pm 1.358 #3 [17]
13 "The Super Battles" 6 June 2016 Monday 7:30 pm 1.134 #5 [18]
14 "The Live Shows" 13 June 2016 1.039 #6 [19]
15 19 June 2016 Sunday 7:00 pm 1.105 #4 [20]
16 26 June 2016 1.080 #4 [21]
17 "Semi Final" 3 July 2016 1.052 #5 [22]
18 "Grand Finale" 10 July 2016 1.207 #4 [23]
"Winner Announced" 1.331 #1

Trivia[edit]

  • Alfie Arcuri and Ellen Reed were the first and last televised auditioners that year, and both managed to advance to the final four.

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