Australia 2022: Australia Decides – Guide For The Final!

Photo By: SBS

Australia Decides, the Australian national final, will take place tomorrow!

Australia Decides returns after a year break. Joel Creasey and Myf Warhurst both return as hosts of the show, which will take place on the 26th of February live from Golden Coast, Australia. The show this year will consist of 11 acts. The entries have been released the last few weeks.

1. G-Nat!on – Bite Me

G-Nat!ion is a girl band, which consists of six members. The group focuses on R&B and Pop and was actually the runner-up of the latest edition of The Voice Australia.

2. Erica Padilla – To The Bottom

Erica Padilla won the Tik Tok wildcard and therefore the last ticket of the Australian national final!

3. Seann Miley Moore – My Body

Seann Miley Moore is an Australian singer that is better known for competing in the 12th season of The X-Factor UK.

4. Charley – I Suck At Being Lonely

Charley is a young Australian singer that released her debut single “Hard For Me” last year.

5. Andrew Lambrou – Electrify

Andrew Lambrou is a singer and songwriter from Sydney. The Australian national final will be its first big event to take part in!

6. Sheldon Riley – Not The Same

Sheldon Riley is an Australian singer and songwriter that competed in the 7th season of the Australian version of The Voice. Sheldon managed to place 3rd at the final, as part of Boy George’s team.

7. Paulini – We Are One

Paulini will debut at this year’s Australia Decides. She is gained fame after competing in the first season of Australia’s Idol. Since then she had managed to have a music career of almost two decades.

8. Jaguar Jonze – Little Fires

Jaguar Jonze is familiar with the Australia Decides concept, after competing in its second edition back in 2020. That year, her song “Rabbit Hole” placed 6th with 46 points.

9. Isaiah Firebrace & Evie Irie – When I’m With You

Isaiah was internally selected to represent his country in the 2017 edition of the contest. His song “Don’t Come Easy” managed to place 9th with 173 points.

10. Voyager – Dreamer

Voyager is a progressive metal band from Perth, that formed in 1999. Throughout the years, the band has released seven studio albums and now they are heading for the Eurovision stage.

11. Jude York – I Won’t Need to Dream

Jude York is a young Australian singer from Queensland. He has released only one more song, except of his Australia Decides entry.

The winner will be selected by a jury (50%) and a televoting (50%). It is noteworthy that Alexandra Rotan – member of the Norwegian group KEiiNO – will be among the judges. KEiiNO will also perform during the final.

Until tomorrow’s final you can listen to all the participating entries in our playlist below!

What do you think about the running order? What do you think about the national final? Let us know in the comments below!

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