Kate Miller-Heidke reaching new heights as a coach on The Voice Australia

February 8, 2024

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Australia’s 2019 Eurovision singer Kate Miller-Heidke has been announced as a coach in the Australia version of The Voice. 

Kate will join Australian Eurovision alumni Guy Sebastian, country music superstar Leann Rhimes and Pop/Rock royalty Adam Lambert for the 2024 lineup.

image showing 4 photographs of the coaches for 2024 The Voice Australia TV show

"As someone who’s been a contestant in one or two high-profile TV singing competitions, and knows first-hand how high-pressure and physically demanding they can be for a singer, I’m looking forward to sitting in a chair for this one.
I’ll be looking for distinctive, strong emotive voices, but also I’ll be looking for people with the soul of an artist. People with something to say. People who make you lean in and want to know more about them."

The Voice Australia has been no stranger to Eurovision. Guy Sebastian joined the show for Season 8 back in 2018, and is the second longest serving judge on the show, behind Delta Goodrem. Jessica Mauboy made her coaching debut in 2021 before stepping down after the 2023 season.

Kate represented Australia in the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest with the song ‘Zero Gravity’. She won the first Semi Final with 261 points, and placed 9th in the Grand Final with 284 points.

Does your love for Kate Miller-Heidke have Zero Gravity? Are you excited for the return of The Voice in 2024? Let us know in the comments below!

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