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RECAP | Kyle changes his tune on country music, tonight on AUSTRALIAN IDOL

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Tonight on Australian Idol: judges Marcia Hines, Kyle Sandilands and Amy Shark faced their toughest decisions so far as the star-making series continues to shine.

With only 12 Golden Tickets left and a slew of super singers ready to make their dreams come true, a record 10 artists were put through to final deliberations, with four awarded a life-changing spot in the coveted Top 30.

Country music star-on-the-rise, Denvah Baker-Moller, even changed Kyle’s mind about the genre with her rendition of Pony by Kasey Chambers.

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Denvah Baker-Moller Australian Idol 2024 Golden Ticket (image – Seven)

Kyle admitted:

“I was never a fan of the country music genre, but my mind has been changed on this because there’s quite a few good country singers coming through the door.”

“And if I like country, that’s almost a miracle. That’s how good they are!”

Named after John Denver, the 23-year-old from Rockhampton, QLD beat out four other fierce country competitors to progress to the Top 30. 

Kyle declared:

“You really have a good chance of taking this right through.”

Three more Victorian contestants received Golden Tickets tonight: 18-year-old Gab Hester, whose “awesome tone” on the Men at Work classic Down Under impressed; 25-year-old tradie and young dad Jackson Smith, with his signature rasp on Ed Sheeran’s Closed Eyes; and backing vocalist Jess Chalmers, 24, who showed she’s ready for the spotlight with her high-energy version of Domino by Jesse J. 

Gab Hester Australian Idol 2024 Auditions (image – Seven)

Tomorrow night: With only a handful of Golden Tickets left, one voice stops the judges in their tracks.

Australian Idol continues 7.30pm Tuesday and Wednesday on Channel 7 and 7plus

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Kyle Laidlaw
Kyle Laidlaw
An avid media enthusiast of more than 10 years, Kyle regularly follows all things TV related, both in Australia and overseas with a particular interest in local free-to-air scheduling and new show commissions.
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