Teen Sensation Stuns The Voice Australia Judges with Soulful Singing and Saxophone Mastery

The Australian edition of The Voice has showcased incredible talent in recent years, with many contestants only making it partway through due to fierce competition. One standout was Lexi X, a fifteen-year-old singer and saxophonist from Brisbane who participated in the show’s 12th season. Despite her talent, Lexi only reached the Battles round, but her blind audition has since garnered over a million views and is truly remarkable.

Lexi auditioned with The White Stripes’ “Seven Nation Army,” adding her own soulful touch through expressive vocals and skilled saxophone playing. As soon as she started singing, all four judges were visibly impressed. Jessica Mauboy closed her eyes to savor the performance, and Jason Derulo nodded along to the beat. Rita Ora, however, was the most enthusiastic, dancing in her chair as Lexi sang.

Rita was the first to press her button, turning her chair to see Lexi’s performance. Surprised by Lexi’s youth, Rita’s jaw dropped, prompting Jason to press his button as well. Ultimately, Lexi chose to join Rita’s team, drawn by her enthusiasm and connection to her vocal style.

Another memorable act from season 12 was the five-piece boyband Overnight, who auditioned with the Backstreet Boys’ hit “Larger than Life.” Rita Ora quickly pressed her button, celebrating when she saw the group. All four judges eventually turned their chairs, but Overnight chose to join Judge Guy Sebastian’s team.

For many viewers, the blind auditions are the most thrilling part of The Voice. Watching judges react to the singers they can’t see often leads to some of the best moments on the show. Despite the fierce competition that sometimes sends talented performers like Lexi and Overnight home early, these auditions create unforgettable television and keep audiences eagerly tuning in year after year.

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