There may still be another week and a half until The Voice Australia finale airs on Sunday, October 8, but it appears as though the winner has been leaked.
Fans will often use betting sites, such as Sportsbet and TAB, to get a gauge on who might win shows such as The Bachelor, MasterChef, and, of course, The Voice.
There has been a very high success rate for the betting sites in the past, and if were to go off Sportsbet's current standings, it looks as though Guy Sebastian's contestant Charlie Pittman may be taking out the crown, with the odds currently sitting at $1.55.
Team Rita Ora may have won last year, but she may be coming in second place this year, with the odds currently sitting at $3.75 for her contestant Tarryn Stokes.
Jason Derulo's contestant Ethan Beckton may come in third, with the singer sitting at $6.00, while Jess Mauboy and her mentee Ezra Williams sit at $7.00.
Time will tell if Sportsbet is correct!
Fans slam competition for being 'trauma porn'
It comes after fans took to social media to slam the show for trying to 'milk' contestants for drama.
While the show's format lends itself to contestants opening up and sharing their lives through bonding with their coaches and also through performing, people are now slamming the show for becoming 'trauma porn' and saying it's become jarring to watch.
Taking to Reddit, a user uploaded a thread to discuss the latest season of the show, calling out that every singer seemed to have to talk about some sort of trauma in their packages.
"Every singer that goes out to sing has some trauma story from their past forced into their intro piece before they go on stage and it’s so blatantly obvious that they are trying to milk the story," Reddit user tasmaniantreble said.
"Post-natal depression, father dying of cancer, parents separated when they were kids, overweight guy with body issues… Some of it is so jarring when you can tell the contestant doesn’t even feel that comfortable talking about it or they are forcing some scripted lines for the camera. The worst was tonight when Guy Sebastian surprised one of his singers during the rehearsal with a picture of him and his dead father.
"Why do they shamelessly do this?"
The thread garnered a lot of comments, with people chiming in on their thoughts about The Voice and other reality shows following the format of using 'sob' stories to draw viewers in.
"You’re more likely to feel a stronger connection to that persona now that they’ve been vulnerable with you, albeit indirectly for the TV viewer," one person said.
"People love an underdog. So they make everyone an underdog," another said.
"You've just noticed this now? This has been reality TV for at least 10 years. Everyone has a sob story," one person pointed out.
"I watch The Voice and fast forward all the talking and just watch the performances, lol. I do not care about their sob stories. Like the one you mentioned, he didn't have a sob story so they just had to talk about his divorced parents. You can imagine the producers being like 'Do you have a deceased family member? Anyone with cancer? Anyone in jail? No? Anything that is remotely sad in your life? Your parents are divorced? OK that'll do I suppose'," another joked.
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