The Voice Australia contestant STUNS with spine-tingling cover of Adele's 'Hello'

Publish Date
Tuesday, 4 June 2019, 3:53PM

Aussie singer Jack Vidgen completely wowed the audience of The Voice Australia with his performance of 'Hello' by Adele - receiving four-chair turns!

Delta Goodrem, Guy Sebastian, Boy George and Kelly Rowland were all left with dropped-jaws during the show's "Blind Auditions" thanks to the 22-year-old’s stunning vocal skills.

But it turns out this isn’t the first time Jack has been in the TV-contest limelight.

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In 2011, when he was just 14, Jack auditioned for Australia’s Got Talent with power ballad 'I Have Nothing' by Whitney Houston.

He eventually won the AGT competition but hit "roadblocks" in his musical career after moving to Los Angeles at just 16-years-old.

"I went over there and I just think I hit a lot of roadblocks, and I got exposed to a lot of things that I just don't think was great to be exposed to at that age," Jack revealed. "It's really scary to be alone and hit rock bottom. I think it was just kind of a snowball effect."

Jack went on to tell the judges that he wanted to make his return on The Voice and find help from a coach who could mentor him properly – and he eventually chose Guy Sebastian as that coach.

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