The Voice (Australian season 8)

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The Voice
Season 8
Broadcast from19 May –
7 July 2019
Coaches
Host(s)Sonia Kruger
BroadcasterNine Network
Winner
Diana Rouvas
OriginSydney, New South Wales
Song"Wait for No One"
Genre(s)Pop, Soul
CoachBoy George
Runner-up
Daniel Shaw
Chronology

The eighth season of The Voice begins airing on 19 May 2019.[1] Dubbed as the "All Stars" season, this season features a number of artists who had previously appeared on previous seasons of the show, as well as from The X Factor Australia and Australia's Got Talent. The coaching line-up consisted of returning coaches Delta Goodrem, Boy George, and Kelly Rowland, and new addition Guy Sebastian, replacing Joe Jonas.

Diana Rouvas from Team George won the competition on July 7, 2019, marking the first All-Star contestant to win, as well as Boy George's first victory as a coach.

Coaches and hosts[edit]

On 17 October 2018, the series was renewed for an eighth season and it was announced that Goodrem, George, and Rowland would all return, along with host Sonia Kruger.[2] On 14 November 2018, Nine announced Guy Sebastian would replace Jonas as the fourth judge for the eighth season.[3]

Teams[edit]

Color key
Coach Top 48
Kelly Rowland
Zeek Power Lara Dabbagh Denzel Rebecca Selley Henry Olonga
Luke & Tannah Zancanaro Prinnie Stevens Elsa Clement Mack Moses Amanuael Visser
Jazmin Varlet Kristie Mercer Joey Dee Dakota Striplin
Guy Sebastian
Jack Vidgen Mitch Paulsen Chynna Taylor Elsa Clement Kim Sheehy
Chriddy Black Lara Dabbagh Jesse Teinaki Akina Maria Tannah Zancanaro
Jordy Marcs Jessie Eilers Conor Smith
Delta Goodrem
Daniel Shaw Jordan Anthony Sheldon Riley Natasha Stuart The Koi Boys
Jesse Teinaki Luke Zancanaro Zach Fawor Emma Sophina Kimberley Bowden
Erin Cornell Molly Waters Nathan Foley
Boy George
Diana Rouvas Lee Harding Madi Krstevski Carlos C Major Akina Maria
Prinnie Stevens Sellma Soul Burcell Taka Oliver Cuthbert Loma Schaaf
Vendulka Wichta Voli K Siena Fodera Dezi K
Note: Italicized names are saved artists (names struck through within former teams). Bolded names are artist chosen as Wildcards.

Blind auditions[edit]

Colour key
   Coach hit the "I WANT YOU" button
     Artist defaulted to this team
     Artist elected to join this team
     Artist eliminated with no coach pressing "I WANT YOU" button
     Artist received an 'All Turn'.
Crystal Clear action bookmark.png Artist is an 'All Star' contestant.

Episode 1 (19 May)[edit]

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices
Kelly Guy Delta George
1 Zeek Power 28 "Runnin' (Lose It All)"            
2 Luke Zancanaro 25 "Skin"            
3 Tannah Zancanaro 24 "Heroes"            
4 Prinnie Stevens Crystal Clear action bookmark.png 38 "When Love Takes Over"         
5 Carl de Villa 36 "Uptown Funk"
6 Chynna Taylor 29 "Shallow"            
7 Daniel Shaw 20 "Beneath Your Beautiful"            

Episode 2 (20 May)[edit]

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices
Kelly Guy Delta George
1 Amanuael Visser 17 "Midnight Train To Georgia"         
2 Diana Rouvas Crystal Clear action bookmark.png 35 "Vision Of Love"            
3 Dezi K 36 "Royals"      
4 Budjerah Slabb 16 "Climb Every Mountain"
5 Lara Dabbagh 16 "Scars To Your Beautiful"   
6 Natasha Stuart 42 "I Was Here"            

Episode 3 (21 May)[edit]

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices
Kelly Guy Delta George
1 Zach Fawor 16 "Mercy"         
2 Akina Maria 31 "Dangerous Woman"      
3 Tayla Surace 23 "Rolling in the Deep"
4 Dakota Striplin 24 "Love Me Tender"      
5 Mack Moses 36 "Señorita"      
6 Sellma Soul 25 "Marry the Night"   
7 Madi Krstevski Crystal Clear action bookmark.png 18 "IDGAF"      

Episode 4 (26 May)[edit]

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices
Kelly Guy Delta George
1 Lee Harding 35 "Killing in the Name"            
2 Oliver Cuthbert 15 "Firestone"      
3 Jemina Reina 50 "Let's Hear It for the Boy"
4 Jesse Teinaki 27 "Youngblood"      
5 Kristie Mercer 29 "Nothing Breaks Like a Heart"      
6 The Koi Boys Crystal Clear action bookmark.png N/A "Shake Your Body (Down to the Ground)"            
7 Denzel 20 "Akuma" (Original Song)            

Episode 5 (27 May)[edit]

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices
Kelly Guy Delta George
1 Mitch Paulsen 17 "Thank U, Next"            
2 Ben Palumbo 39 "Der Hölle Rache"
3 Chriddy Black 26 "Dancing On My Own"            
4 Ellen Reed Crystal Clear action bookmark.png 30 "Diamonds"
5 Sophie Ann 15 "Fight Song"
6 Erin Cornell 33 "Welcome to Earth"      
7 Henry Olonga 42 "This Is the Moment"         

Episode 6 (28 May)[edit]

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices
Kelly Guy Delta George
1 Siena Fodera 13 "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman"         
2 Molly Waters 15 "Don't Rain on My Parade"   
3 Charlie Fittler 15 "Shotgun"
4 Alana Orsulic N/A "Let Me Go"
5 Aliqua Mao N/A "Breathin"
6 Hugo Basclain N/A "Happier"
7 Jessie Eilers 15 "Angel"         
8 Keenan Te 18 "Say My Name"
9 Vendulka Wichta 21 "Karma Chameleon"         

Episode 7 (2 June)[edit]

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices
Kelly Guy Delta George
1 Carlos C Major Crystal Clear action bookmark.png 33 "Despacito"            
2 Emma Sophina 36 "Landslide"      
3 Conor Smith 16 "I'm on Fire"      
4 Rebecca Selley 34 "Hold My Hand"            
5 Loma Schaaf 23 "His Eye is on the Sparrow"   
6 Bertie Anderson 30 "Black or White"
7 Jack Vidgen 22 "Hello"            

Episode 8 (3 June)[edit]

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices
Kelly Guy Delta George
1 Kim Sheehy Crystal Clear action bookmark.png 31 "Both Sides, Now"         
2 Nathan Foley 39 "Footloose"      
3 Steve Callanan 56 "Working Class Man"
4 Jordyn Bartolo N/A "On a Night Like This"
5 Mercy Vander 23 "Perfect"
6 Kimberley Bowden 31 "Sorrento Moon (I Remember)"      
7 Justin Clausen 29 "Emotions"
8 Burcell Taka 47 "This Woman's Work"            

Episode 9 (4 June)[edit]

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices
Kelly Guy Delta George
1 Elsa Clement 19 "Lose Yourself"            
2 Josh Maynard 21 "Khe Sanh"
3 Joey Dee 42 "Redemption Song"      
4 Claire Fleur N/A "Nessun dorma"
5 Kirrah Amosa N/A "Let You Love Me"
6 Jazmin Varlet 22 "Love the Way You Lie (Part II)"   
7 After 5 N/A "Cheap Thrills" Team full
8 Voli K 35 "I'm Not the Only One"         

Episode 10 (9 June)[edit]

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices
Kelly Guy Delta George
1 Sheldon Riley Crystal Clear action bookmark.png 20 "Frozen" Team Full       Team Full
2 Billy Harris 24 "Nutbush City Limits"
3 Belle Bangard 24 "Came Here for Love"
4 Jordy Marcs 21 "Tennessee Whiskey"      
5 Chloe Buchan 18 "My Heart Will Go On" Team full
6 Matt Garwood Crystal Clear action bookmark.png 29 "You Raise Me Up"
7 Jordan Anthony 14 "What About Us"   

The Knockouts[edit]

The Knockout rounds started on 10 June. The coaches can save two losing artists from any team, including their own. Contestants who win their battle or are saved will advance to the Battle rounds.

Color key:

       Artist won the Knockout and advanced to the Battles
       Artist lost the Knockout but was saved by another coach and advanced to the Battles
       Artist lost the Knockout but was saved by their coach and advanced to the Battles
       Artist lost the Knockout and was eliminated

Episode 11 (10 June)[edit]

Order Coach Theme Winner Losers 'Steal'/'Save' result
Artist Song Artists Song Kelly Guy Delta George
1 Delta The Weeknd Sheldon Riley "Call Out My Name" Nathan Foley "Can't Feel My Face"
Luke Zancanaro* "Pray for Me"   
2 Guy Shawn Mendes Kim Sheehy "In My Blood" Tannah Zancanaro* "Lost In Japan"
Jessie Eilers "Mercy"
3 George Queen Lee Harding "We Will Rock You" Dezi K "Radio Ga Ga"
Siena Fodera "I Want To Break Free"
4 Guy Madonna Chynna Taylor "Papa Don't Preach" Akina Maria "Vogue"   
Conor Smith "Ray of Light"
5 Kelly The Lion King Henry Olonga "Can You Feel The Love Tonight" Dakota Striplin "I Just Can't Wait to Be King"
Joey Dee "Circle of Life"
  • Kelly first used her save on Luke; when Tannah lost her knockout and no saves were used Kelly suggested she became a duo with Luke. Both artists agreed.

Episode 12 (11 June)[edit]

Order Coach Theme Winner Losers 'Steal'/'Save' result
Artist Song Artists Song Kelly Guy Delta George
1 Guy Ariana Grande Mitch Paulsen "God is a Woman" Chriddy Black "Almost is Never Enough"      
Jesse Teinaki "Breathin"   
2 George A Star is Born Diana Rouvas "I'll Never Love Again" Vendulka Wichta "Always Remember Us This Way"
Voli K "Shallow"
3 Delta Grease The Koi Boys "Greased Lightning" Erin Cornell "Hopelessly Devoted To You"
Molly Waters "We Go Together"
4 Kelly Sam Smith Zeek Power "Lay Me Down" Jazmin Varlet "Dancing With a Stranger"
Kristie Mercer "Promises"
5 George Risk Takers & Rule Breakers Madi Krstevski "Smells Like Teen Spirit" Loma Schaaf "I Fall Apart"
Oliver Cuthbert "True Colors"
6 Delta Survivors Natasha Stuart "Everybody Hurts" Emma Sophina "The Climb"
Kimberley Bowden "Titanium"

Episode 13 (16 June)[edit]

Order Coach Theme Winner Losers 'Steal'/'Save' result
Artist Song Artists Song Kelly Guy Delta George
1 Kelly The Revolution Denzel "Revolution" (Original Song)* Amanuael Visser "Man in the Mirror"
Elsa Clement "Run the World (Girls)"      
2 Guy Rihanna Jack Vidgen "Love the Way You Lie (Part II)" Jordy Marcs "Love on the Brain" Team full
Lara Dabbagh "Umbrella"   
3 Delta Dua Lipa Jordan Anthony "Scared to be Lonely" Daniel Shaw "New Rules" Team full   
Zach Fawor "Be the One"
4 George Destiny's Child Carlos C Major "Jumpin', Jumpin'" Burcell Taka "Emotion" Team full
Sellma Soul "Bootylicious"
5 Kelly Parenting Rebecca Selley "Sweet Child o' Mine" Mack Moses "Blue"
Prinnie Stevens "ABC"   
  • Denzel was originally given "This is America", but Kelly opted to give him an original song.

Battle rounds[edit]

The Battle rounds started on 17 June. After all of their team's battles were done, the coaches chose one of their losing artists as a wildcard. The top 16 contestants then moved on to the Finals.

Color key:

       Artist won the Battle and advanced to the Finals
       Artist lost the Battle but was chosen as a wildcard and advanced to the Finals
       Artist lost the Battle and was eliminated

Episode 14 (17 June)[edit]

Order Coach Winner Battle Song Loser
1 George Diana Rouvas "Freedom" Prinnie Stevens
2 Guy Mitch Paulsen "Eastside" Elsa Clement
3 Delta Jordan Anthony "Praying" Sheldon Riley
4 Kelly Rebecca Selley "Don't You Worry 'bout a Thing" Luke & Tannah Zancanaro
5 Delta Natasha Stuart "Giant" Jesse Teinaki
6 Guy Jack Vidgen "Say Something" Chriddy Black
7 Kelly Denzel "Skyfall / Lose Yourself" Henry Olonga

Episode 15 (18 June)[edit]

Order Coach Winner Battle Song Loser
1 George Carlos C Major "Dirty Diana" Akina Maria
2 Kelly Lara Dabbagh "Lovely" Zeek Power
3 Guy Chynna Taylor "Never Tear Us Apart" Kim Sheehy
4 George Lee Harding "Leave A Light On" Madi Krstevski
5 Delta Daniel Shaw "Let It Be" The Koi Boys

The Finals[edit]

Episodes 16 & 17 (24 & 25 June)[edit]

The first week of the Finals was pre-taped and first broadcast on 24 & 25 June 2019. Over the two episodes, all artists of the Top 16 take on a solo performance. Team George & Team Kelly perform on the first night and Team Delta & Team Guy perform on the second night. At the end of each episode, the coaches choose three out of their four artists to advance to the Live Top 12.[4]

Order Coach Contestant Song Result
Episode 16 (Teams Kelly & George)
1 Kelly Lara Dabbagh "Green Light" Saved by coach
2 George Lee Harding "Uprising" Saved by coach
3 Kelly Rebecca Selley "Ave Maria" Eliminated
4 George Carlos C Major "One Dance" Eliminated
5 Kelly Zeek Power "Pray for Me" Saved by coach
6 George Diana Rouvas "A Song for You" Saved by coach
7 Kelly Denzel "Power" Saved by coach
8 George Madi Krstevski "I'm a Slave 4 U" Saved by coach
Episode 17 (Teams Delta & Guy)
1 Delta Sheldon Riley "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" Saved by coach
2 Guy Mitch Paulsen "Bad Guy" Saved by coach
3 Delta Natasha Stuart "Everybody's Free (To Feel Good)" Eliminated
4 Guy Elsa Clement "No Scrubs" Eliminated
5 Delta Daniel Shaw "Addicted to Love" Saved by coach
6 Guy Chynna Taylor "Alone" Saved by coach
7 Jack Vidgen "Rise Up" Saved by coach
8 Delta Jordan Anthony "This is Me" Saved by coach
Non-competition performances
Order Performer(s) Song
16.1 Karise Eden & the Top 16 "We Are the Champions & "It's a Man's World"
16.2 Adam Lambert "New Eyes"
17.1 Jessica Mauboy "Little Things"
17.2 Boy George & Kelly Rowland "Runaway Train"

Episode 18 (1 July)[edit]

Order Coach Contestant Song Result
Top 12 Performances
1 Delta Jordan Anthony "Somebody to Love" Saved by public
2 Kelly Lara Dabbagh "All the Stars" Eliminated
3 George Lee Harding "The Beautiful People" Saved by public
4 Guy Chynna Taylor "California Dreamin'" Saved by public
5 Kelly Denzel "Okay Okay" (Original Song) Eliminated
6 Guy Mitch Paulsen "I Don't Care" Saved by public
7 Delta Sheldon Riley "7 Rings" Saved by public
8 Kelly Zeek Power "Feels" Saved by public
9 George Madi Krstevski "Look What You Made Me Do" Eliminated
10 Guy Jack Vidgen "Dusk Till Dawn" Saved by public
11 George Diana Rouvas "Never Enough" Saved by public
12 Delta Daniel Shaw "Torn" Saved by public
Non-competition performance
Performer(s) Song
Morgan Evans "Young Again"

Semi-Final (2 July)[edit]

With the eliminations of Jack Vidgen, Chynna Taylor, and Mitch Paulsen, Guy Sebastian had no more contestants left on his team, making this the fourth season in the Australian version of the franchise where a coach did not have a contestant in the Grand Finale. It's also the second season where Delta Goodrem managed to bring two artists to the Grand Finale.

Order Coach Contestant Song Result
Top 9 Performances
1 Delta Jordan Anthony "Listen" Saved by public
2 George Lee Harding "Walk This Way" Eliminated
3 Guy Jack Vidgen "You Are the Reason" Eliminated
4 Kelly Zeek Power "Without Me" Saved by public
5 Guy Chynna Taylor "Jolene" Eliminated
6 Delta Daniel Shaw "Someone You Loved" Saved by public
7 Guy Mitch Paulsen "Better Now" Eliminated
8 George Diana Rouvas "Hallelujah" Saved by public
9 Delta Sheldon Riley "The Show Must Go On" Eliminated
Non-competition performance
Performer(s) Song
Guy Sebastian "Choir"
Little Mix "Bounce Back"

Grand Finale[edit]

The Grand Finale was first broadcast on 7 July 2019.

With Diana Rouvas's win, this marks the first time in the Australian history that an artist from a past season won the competition. And this is the first time since the third season in which a male coach won the show.

Solo performances
Order Coach Contestant Song Result
2 Kelly Zeek Power "Kiss" by Prince Third Place
3 Delta Jordan Anthony "Walk Me Home" by Pink Fourth Place
4 George Diana Rouvas "I Will Always Love You" by Whitney Houston Winner
N/A "Wait for No One" (original song)
6 Delta Daniel Shaw "The Scientist" by Coldplay Runner-up
Duet performances
Order Duet performers Song
Coach Contestant
1 Delta Daniel Shaw "Bitter Sweet Symphony" by The Verve
5 Kelly Zeek Power "Earth Song" by Michael Jackson
7 George Diana Rouvas "Send In the Clowns" by Barbra Streisand
8 Delta Jordan Anthony "You Say" by Lauren Daigle
Special guest performances
Order Performer/s Song
5 Seconds of Summer "Easier"

Live Shows Elimination Charts[edit]

Overall[edit]

Artist's info
Result details
The Finals results per week
Artist Recorded Final Week 1 Grand Finale
Top 12 Semi-Final Round 1 Round 2
Diana Rouvas Safe Safe Safe Safe Winner
Daniel Shaw Safe Safe Safe Safe Runner-up
Zeek Power Safe Safe Safe 3rd Place Eliminated (Grand Finale Round 1)
Jordan Anthony Safe Safe Safe 4th Place
Jack Vidgen Safe Safe Eliminated Eliminated (Semi-Finals)
Sheldon Riley Safe Safe Eliminated
Mitch Paulsen Safe Safe Eliminated
Chynna Taylor Safe Safe Eliminated
Lee Harding Safe Safe Eliminated
Lara Dabbagh Safe Eliminated Eliminated (Week 1)
Madi Krstevski Safe Eliminated
Denzel Safe Eliminated
Elsa Clement Eliminated Eliminated (Recorded Final)
Natasha Stuart Eliminated
Carlos C Major Eliminated
Rebecca Selley Eliminated

Team[edit]

Result details
The Finals results per week
Artist Recorded Final Week 1 Grand Finale
Top 12 Semi-Final Round 1 Round 2
Zeek Power Safe Safe Safe 3rd Place
Lara Dabbagh Safe Eliminated
Denzel Safe Eliminated
Rebecca Selley Eliminated
Jack Vidgen Safe Safe Eliminated
Mitch Paulsen Safe Safe Eliminated
Chynna Taylor Safe Safe Eliminated
Elsa Clement Eliminated
Daniel Shaw Safe Safe Safe Safe Runner-up
Jordan Anthony Safe Safe Safe 4th Place
Sheldon Riley Safe Safe Eliminated
Natasha Stuart Eliminated
Diana Rouvas Safe Safe Safe Safe Winner
Lee Harding Safe Safe Eliminated
Madi Krstevski Safe Eliminated
Carlos C Major Eliminated

Contestants who appeared on previous season or TV shows[edit]

  • Luke Zancanaro and Tannah Zancanaro auditioned together as a duo on The X Factor in season seven, but didn't make the Live Shows. They were mentored by Guy Sebastian.
  • Prinnie Stevens competed on the first season, where she was mentored by Joel Madden and reached top 12. She also co-hosted The Voice Kids with Darren McMullen in 2014, and appeared on the second season of Australian Idol where she was a semi-finalist.
  • Chynna Taylor appeared on the final season of The X Factor in 2016, finishing in 6th place. She was mentored by Guy Sebastian.
  • Amanuael Visser competed on the 2012 revival of Young Talent Time where he was a grand-finalist.
  • Diana Rouvas competed on the show's first season, where she was mentored by Keith Urban and reached top 8.
  • Lara Dabbagh auditioned in the previous season, but didn't turn a chair.
  • Madi Krstevski competed in the previous season, mentored by Kelly Rowland and later Joe Jonas, only to end up eliminated in the battle rounds.
  • Lee Harding competed on the third season of Australian Idol, where he was eliminated in third place.
  • Jesse Teinaki auditioned on the sixth season of The X Factor in 2014, but didn't make the Live Shows.
  • The Koi Boys competed on the show's fifth season, where they were mentored by Jessie J and were eliminated in the Super Battle Rounds.
  • Ellen Reed competed on the show's fifth season, where she was mentored by Jessie J, reached the grand final and ended up in fourth place.
  • Molly Waters competed on The Voice Kids Australia season 1 in 2014, where she was mentored by Mel B and was eliminated in the Battle Rounds.
  • Aliqua Mao appeared on the seventh season season of Australian Idol where she was a semi-finalist.
  • Vendulka Wichta auditioned on The X Factor in season four and season five, but didn't make the Live Shows in both seasons.
  • Carlos C Major competed on the show's third season, where he was mentored by Ricky Martin and reached the top 16. He also appeared on the second season of Australian Idol where he was a semi-finalist, under the name Carlos Velazquez.
  • Jack Vidgen was the winner of the fifth season of Australia's Got Talent.
  • Kim Sheehy competed on the show's fifth season, where she was mentored by Delta Goodrem and reached top 12. She also auditioned for the second season, but failed to turn a chair.
  • Nathan Foley was an original member of Hi-5.
  • Jazmin Varlet auditioned for the show's sixth season, but didn't turn a chair.
  • Sheldon Riley was on the eighth season of The X Factor, as a member of Time and Place, who were eliminated on the first live show, and was on the show's seventh season where he placed 3rd. He was mentored by Boy George.
  • Matt Garwood competed on the show's third season, where he was mentored by Ricky Martin . He was eliminated in the Showdowns.
  • Rebecca Selley auditioned for the show's season 1 with no chair turned and she competed in season 1 of Australian Idol and got eliminated in the wild cards for the semi-finals, when she was Rebecca Tapia at the time.
  • Joey Dee was a member of Young Talent Time from 1987-88.

Ratings[edit]

Colour key:
     – Highest rating during the season
     – Lowest rating during the season
The Voice season eight consolidated viewership and adjusted position
Episode[5] Original airdate Timeslot Viewers
(millions)
Night Rank Source
1 "The Blind Auditions" 19 May 2019 Sunday 7:00 pm 1.064 3 [6]
2 20 May 2019 Monday 7:30 pm 1.026 3 [7]
3 21 May 2019 Tuesday 7:30 pm 0.927 5 [8]
4 26 May 2019 Sunday 7:30 pm 1.156 1 [9]
5 27 May 2019 Monday 7:30 pm 1.015 4 [10]
6 28 May 2019 Tuesday 7:30 pm 1.022 2 [11]
7 2 June 2019 Sunday 7:00 pm 1.180 2 [12]
8 3 June 2019 Monday 7:30 pm 1.095 3 [13]
9 4 June 2019 Tuesday 7:30 pm 1.068 3 [14]
10 9 June 2019 Sunday 7:00 pm 0.971 2 [15]
11 "The Knockout Rounds" 10 June 2019 Monday 7:30 pm 1.110 3 [16]
12 11 June 2019 Tuesday 7:30 pm 1.114 2 [17]
13 16 June 2019 Sunday 7:00 pm 1.141 1 [18]
14 "The Battle Rounds" 17 June 2019 Monday 7:30 pm 1.046 3 [19]
15 18 June 2019 Tuesday 7:30 pm 1.105 1 [20]
16 "The Finals" 24 June 2019 Monday 7:30 pm 0.897 5 [21]
17 25 June 2019 Tuesday 7:30 pm 0.835 5 [22]
18 1 July 2019 Monday 7:30 pm 0.902 5 [23]
19 "The Semi-Finals" 2 July 2019 Tuesday 7:30 pm 0.859 5 [24]
20 "The Grand Finale" 7 July 2019 Sunday 7:00 pm 1.019 4 [25]
"Winner Announced" 1.069 2

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