Six West Aussie singers have managed to beat the thousands who auditioned to make it through to the next round of Australian Idol.
The hit singing competition is weeks away from the return of the beloved live shows where it’ll be up to the country to pick our next Australian Idol.
Never before has a West Australian contestant won the series, could we finally see a WA Idol winner this year?
Here’s a look at the West Aussies who will battle it out in the top 24 in hopes they’ll make the top 12 and go on to become the next Australian Idol.
Angelina Curtis, 15, high school student
Curtis was dubbed the ‘next Delta Goodrem’ during her audition in Perth earlier in the season.
She’s continued to impress the judges throughout the top 50 with Amy Shark calling her a ‘superstar’.
Angelina has an acting background, she starred on stage alongside Kate Walsh in Mary Stuary at Perth Festival last year.
Could this Perth teen be the next Australian Idol?
Bec Voysey, 24, mining admin officer
Bec blew the judges away during her when she sang Skinny Love acapella.
The musical theatre singer took on the challenge of Billie Eilish’s When The Party is Over during her solo performance.
“Your performance last night, we really like… that song suited you, we loved the arrangement that you did,” Amy Shark told her.
Can Bec make it through the top 24 and into the top 12?
Phoebe Stewart, 15, high school student
Like Angelina, Phoebe is one of the youngest contestants in the competition.
Despite her young age, the high school student impressed the judges with her powerhouse voice.
Guest judge Marcia Hines said the teen had a ‘tone’ within her.
Does Phoebe have what it takes to win the whole competition?
Sara Houston, 26, bank teller
Sara captured the nation’s heart with her courage to live life following her years of health battles.
She found an ally in judge Harry Connick Jr who performed on the piano during her Perth audition.
Her nerves got the better of her during her solo performance but the judges found her ‘strength and spirit’ was different from everyone else’s.
Can Sara become the first-ever WA Idol winner?
Sharin Attamimi, 24, cafe worker
Sharin’s soulful voice earned her a golden ticket after her memorable audition.
Despite her accent not winning over American judge Harry Connick Jr, the cafe worker’s powerful voice still received praise from the other three judges.
“You’ve got a great voice and you’ve got great potential,” Marica said to her.
Will Sharin be able to convince the nation that she deserves to win?
Sash Seabourne, 25, surfer
He’s the Fremantle singer putting his own unique twist on classic songs.
During the auditions, Sash’s cover of Whitney Houston’s I Wanna Dance With Somebody impressed all the judges.
“This is exactly what I’m looking for. Something refreshing, something exciting, something that’s different from everything we’ve seen,” Kyle Sandilands said.
Taking his own approach to famous songs, Sash reignited CeCe Peniston’s 1991 hit Finally for his solo performance.
Will Australia fall in love with our longhaired surfer?
Australian Idol continues on Sunday night with the top 24 battling it out to make it to the live shows.
Which West Aussie will make it through and represent the State?
Australian Idol airs on Channel 7 and 7Plus.
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