Girls set to rule The Voice Kids grand final

The Voice Kids grand finalists: Bella, Chris, Grace, Alexa, Ruhi and Maddison.
The Voice Kids grand finalists: Bella, Chris, Grace, Alexa, Ruhi and Maddison. Stuart Bryce

TWO talented Queensland girls are amongst the finalists competing in tonight's Voice Kids grand final.

Brisbane's Maddison and Gold Coast's Alexa will compete against Grace, Chris, Ruhi and Bella - favourite to win the crown - for a $50,000 music scholarship and the inaugural Voice Kids title.

The final six singers will perform one song before their celebrity coaches must choose one singer to advance to the public vote, which will decide the winner.

Ten-year-old Alexa is the youngest finalist and has been mentored by Delta Goodrem.

Bella is a strong favourite to win after early frontrunners Ethan and Robbie were both eliminated.

But firecracker Robbie will make an appearance as host Darren McMullen's "mini-me" presenter.

The grand final show will also feature a performance by the majority of the children who featured in the blind auditions as well as chart-toppers Justice Crew.

Ethan and Robbie have both been confirmed as guests on the upcoming school holidays Voice Kids Tour, with the rest of the line-up to be announced during tonight's show.

Last year's Voice winner Harrison Craig will also perform on the tour, but the tour will not play anywhere in Queensland.

The Voice Kids grand final airs tonight at 7.40pm on Channel 9/WIN and The Voice Kids album will be released tomorrow.


The Voice Kids finalists:

Team Delta

Alexa, 10, Qld - Blind audition song: Girl On Fire by Alicia Keys

Grace, 13, VIC - Blind audition song: Firestarter by Samantha Jade


Team Madden

Bella, 12, VIC - Blind audition song: And I'm Telling You by Jennifer Hudson

Chris, 13, NSW - Blind audition song: The A Team by Ed Sheeran


Team Mel

Maddison, 13, Qld - Blind audition song: At Last by Etta James

Ruhi, 11, NSW - Blind audition song: A Change Is Gonna Come by Sam Cooke

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