‘The Voice’ Ends In Controversial Finish As Voting Site Crashes

Diana took home the crown!


Entertainment News Team

7 July 2019

Entertainment News Team

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Last night, Diana Rouvas took home of title of The Voice Australia champion, but although the extremely talented 35-year-old was a fan-favourite to win, the result didn’t come without controversy.

Fans were left angry and confused after a technical glitch meant voting crashed mid-way through the show’s finale.

"Hundreds of thousands of votes have been coming through during tonight’s show which has caused some technical problems for a small number of viewers, however votes are continuing to flow through," Channel Nine said in a statement during the show.

"The technical problem has now been solved. We appreciate everybody’s support for the artists and the show."

Naturally, people weren't too happy with the mishap.

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But as we did say, Diana was a favourite to win thanks to her powerhouse voice, so fans were ultimately thrilled over the result:

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Diana (who was coached by Boy George) won $100,000 prize money and a recording contract with Universal Music or EMI.

Watch her perform her brand new single 'Wait For No One' below! 

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Congratulations Diana!!

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