Spoiler Alert: This article may reveal The Voice Australia’s winner!
The winner of season ten will receive a recording contract with Universal Music Australia, as well as a cash prize of $100,000.
While viewers will have to wait for one of the final four contestants to officially be crowned on Sunday night, this year's champion has already been ‘leaked’ online.
Bella has been a fan favourite since her powerful performance of Beyoncé’s Ave Maria in the Blind Auditions, which all four coaches turned for within a minute.
The member of Team Guy continued to impress both audiences and superstar judges alike in the Knockouts with her rendition of The Voice Within by Christina Aguilera, followed by R.E.M.’s mega-hit Everybody Hurts in the semi-finals.
In an interview with TV Week, Bella revealed that she never had intentions to pursue a career as a singer until The Voice.
"It has been a challenging few years for everyone, and to have something fun and uplifting to look forward to was a big inspiration for me!” the vocal coach recalled.
“I loved (and still love) teaching, and that has always been a path I considered, but for a long time, I wanted to be a midwife.”
Trailing closely behind Bella in the betting odds at 3.75 is 19-year-old Arlo Sim on Team Keith, who wowed in the Blind Auditions with his performance of Billie Eilish’s idontwannabeyouanymore.
Team Rita’s girl group G-Nat!on are in third place according to Sportsbet at 6.00, who not only are the biggest group to audition for the singing competition with six members but are also the first to make it to the finale.
Rounding out the top four is Team Jess’ Mick Harrington at 8.50, who shocked everyone when he proposed to his now-fiancée after his Blind Audition.
TAB’s betting odds are also currently in the same spot, with Bella Taylor Smith coming first at 1.45.
While the odds currently lean one way, it’s important to know that anything can happen in the upcoming finale of The Voice Australia!
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