Australian Idol, the most awaited show kickstarted on 29th Jan with an interesting cast lineup. This time Australian Idol Contestants 2024 have unique yet interesting talent. So far till Day 3 of auditions round, top 30 seats are about to fill.
Contestants hailing from various parts of the country have assembled to engage in fierce competition against one another. I wonder who among the participants will ultimately claim the win. The battle for the Golden Ticket continues into its second day, with participants giving it their all.
Australian Idol Contestants 2024 – Top 30
Here is the list of Australian Idol Contestants (Top 30) of 2024 with their social media profile links & AUdition details :
|Painter, decorator, musician
|“Better Be Home Soon” – Crowded House
|Singer, songwriter, burger shop worker
|Mill Park, VIC
|Ivana Ilic (@ivanailic3)
|“If I Ain’t Got You” – Alicia Keys
|High school music teacher, singer, songwriter
|“I won’t give up” by Jason
|Social media marketer, singer, songwriter
|Gold Coast, QLD
|Remake of Billie Eillish “I Love You”
|Singer, songwriter, hip-hop dancer
|Emu Park, QLD
|Bless The Broken Road by Rascal Flatts
|Jesse David Lazaroo
|Singer, songwriter, choir director, paralegal
|American Boy” by Estelle
|Retail worker, singer
|Labourer, singer, songwriter
|Skincare boutique worker, singer
|“You make me feel like a Natural Woman”
|Food truck attendant, singer, songwriter
|Student, singer, songwriter
|“Sexy Back” by Justin Timberlake
|Surf lifesaver, singer, songwriter, guitarist
|Sunshine Coast, QLD
|“Lonely Boy” by The Black Keys
|Primary school teacher
|Thursday Island, QLD
|Supermarket worker, singer, songwriter
|Salon shop worker, singer, songwriter
|Disability support worker
|Pub trivia host, singer, songwriter
|Moreton Bay, QLD
|Singer, personal trainer, business development manager
|Factory worker, singer, songwriter
|Singer, songwriter, backing vocalist
|Singer, songwriter, high school student
|Fig Tree Pocket, QLD
|Singer, songwriter, guitarist
|Bribie Island, QLD
|High school student, singer
|Farmer, acoustic artist
|Singer, songwriter, dancer, actress
|Gold Coast, QLD
|Hip hop artist
|Humpty Doo, NT
|Country singer, songwriter
|Bribie Island, QLD
|Singer, songwriter, dancer, actor
|Singer, songwriter, dancer, model, influencer
Contestants hailing from various parts of the country have assembled to engage in fierce competition against one another. I wonder who among the participants will ultimately claim the win. The battle for the Golden Ticket continues into its second day, with participants giving it their all
Amy Reeves (24 years)
Amy Reeves confidently took the stage and captivated the judges with her rendition of “Hands To Myself” by Selena Gomez, earning herself a Golden Ticket.
Amy Reeves hails from the beautiful town of Broome and comes from a large Filipino family. Her singing journey began at a family Christmas party, where she sang “Jingle Bells”.
She has since made a name for herself in the music industry, having participated in Australian Idol. Amy credits her father for her small success, saying that he has always been her biggest supporter.
She believes that a part of her sings for her dad and feels that he is always singing with her whenever she performs.
From the beautiful city of Gold Coast, Honey’s performance did not quite impress the judges. They found it to be more of an entertainment act than soulful singing. Although she did give her best was not quiet enough to win herself a yes from the judges.
With wishes from the judges, she left with a NO from the judges.
Tyler blew away the judges with his flawless rendition of “Lonely Boy” by The Black Keys, earning himself a well-deserved golden ticket with resounding yeses from all the judges.
Tyler’s passion for music started at the age of 5 when he got his first guitar. Since then, he has been honing his craft and working hard to make his dream of becoming a successful musician a reality. Tyler worked as a baywatcher but his true passion lies in performing.
He has been performing professionally for the past 3 years and has done everything from small gigs to full-blown shows to get noticed. Despite the hard work and dedication, Tyler knows there is still much to be done to achieve his goals.
That’s why he has taken the next best step in his career and auditioned for Australian Idol. The prospect of performing on such a big stage is both exciting and nerve-wracking for Tyler, but he is determined to give it his all and make the most of his opportunity.
Natasha performed a rendition of “Hands to Myself” by Selena Gomez. That captivated the judges, not quite all but with two yeses. She thanked the judges for believing in her and progressively made it to the next stage of the competition.
Natasha Rose is a striking pop artist who excludes confidence and individuality. Her signature look involves the bold and vibrant color red, which she incorporates into her outfit and her style in such a way that perfectly complements her musical persona.
As a singer, she believes in being fearless and authentic and is reflected in her music and performance style. Beyond her artistry.
Natasha is also a talented MC, often hosting trivia night events and entertaining crowds with her quick wit and extensive knowledge. With her sights set on becoming the next Australian Idol, Natash is a rising star to watch in the music industry.
Trent Richardson (22 years)
Trent impressed the judges with his emotional cover of Rascal Flatts’ country song “Bless The Broken Road” and received two yeses to advance to the show.
Trent is a rugged country man. For many years he has worked on his family farm . He has a deep passion for camels and has dedicated his life rearing them. As a child, his father described him as a wild child, always bouncing around and singing while playing his beloved wild organ.
Trent’s singing voice was something special, but he was shy and never sang in front of anyone. One day, while working on the farm, he felt a sudden urge to sing and give it his try. His rich melodic voice filled the air and he knew he found his calling.
Luis Angelo (24 years)
Luis presented with the rendition of the Right Shed Fred’s, I’m Too Sexy. which really mesmerized the judges. All they wished for was something unique and so they got. He tools on the stage with creative movements and rhythmic gestures.
Lvana Llic (20 years)
Ilvana caught the attention of the judges with her effortless and natural presence in front of the camera. Her telegenic appearance was matched by her self-consciousness, adding a layer of relatability to her performance. She delivered a flawless rendition of “If I Ain’t Got You” by Alicia Keys during her initial auditions, leaving the judges impressed and eager to see more from her.
With three resounding yeses and recognition for areas of improvement, Ilvana is determined to embark on her journey to become the next Australian Idol.
Billy Mehennet (20 years)
Billy, a young talented performer, has captured the hearts of many with his signature mullet hairstyle and unique singing style. He used to sing in tractors, shower, and sheds, but now he has set his sights on a bigger stage – Australian Idol.
Marcia personally selected him for the auditions. Excited and overwhelmed, Billy exclaimed, “I feel like Charlie from the Chocolate Factory!” His journey to stardom has just begun, and his fans can’t wait to see what he’ll do next.
|Symthes Creek, VIC
Dylan Wright (30 years)
During his performance of “Better Be Home Soon” by Crowded House, Dylan’s singing left the judges emotional. He shared a personal story about attending a concert with his mother a few years before she passed away.
judges were captivated by Dylan’s voice, which seemed to convey a deep sense of sadness and loss. They couldn’t get enough of his performance and wanted to hear more.
|Northern Rivers, NSW