Kiwi musician Kaylee Bell makes top 24 in The Voice Australia – Stuff

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Kiwi country musician Kaylee Bell has made it to the final 24 in The Voice Australia after performing a Britney Spears number Wednesday night’s callbacks episode.
Bell took to social media following the screening of the episode saying she was “grateful to be Top 24 on The Voice Australia”.
“Feeling ‘lucky’ to have survived that! Taking on Britney Spears with that speed of turnaround was insane,” she said.
The award-winning country pop artist made her debut in the blind auditions of the Australian reality show on April 20 – performing her original ‘Keith’, a tribute to country artist and The Voice coach Keith Urban.
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Bell’s debut on the show made headlines when coach Jess Mauboy fought to have Bell on her team by blocking Urban from adding Bell to his.
The show allows each coach two blocks which they can use at any time during the auditions.
On Wednesday, Bell went up against two fellow team members – Richard Tanumi and Amber Reid – who each had to perform a Britney Spears song to perform.
Bell had the crowd cheering as she performed a moving version of Spears’ 2000 song Lucky, and also impressed the judges in the minute she had on stage.
“Wow,” coach Rita Ora said following her performance.
Tanumi and Bell made it through to the top six in Jess’s team. Each team is halved during the callbacks.
Bell is a winner of Australia’s longest running country music award – the Toyota Star Maker Award, the same competition her idol Urban won at the beginning of his career.
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