Greek Australian Diana Rouvas has won The Voice Australia 2019! The victory comes with a cash prize worth $100,000 and a recording contract with EMI Music.

She was the only woman in the finals, up against three male singers after impressing judges and audiences alike with last week’s performance of Leonard Cohen’s ‘Hallelujah’.

This week, she sang Whitney Houston’s ‘I Will Always Love You’ and earnt a standing ovation for her performance.

When Sonia Kruger announced that Rouvas was this year’s winner, the young performer was overjoyed.

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“I’m overwhelmed, I can’t believe it! Thank you so much,” she said.

Boy George, her coach, said, “I am literally so delighted. I have never been happier for anyone in my entire life.”

Diana had first appeared on The Voice Australia’s first season in 2012 and returned to the show as an All Star.

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What a journey. From The Blind Auditions to The Grand Finale. Australia – you have crowned your champion 🙌 @DianaRouvas #TheVoiceAU

— The Voice Australia (@TheVoiceAU) July 7, 2019