Many young children’s childhood dreams include being renowned singers. Unlike a few decades ago, when it was all about who you knew and your talent, there are now a variety of ways to break into the industry. The Voice Australia is one such venue where you can demonstrate your abilities, as Kaylee Bell did.
Kaylee’s extraordinary talent was obvious from the outset. The judges were taken aback by the clarity of her voice right away. When she had to change pitches within the song, it was a seamless transition. Her voice and stage appearance were so polished that few would guess she wasn’t already a well-known performer.
Her abilities, however, did not end there. She quickly demonstrated that she could also play the guitar she was holding. The vocals came to a halt for a few seconds while she strummed an excellent solo, after which she continued to play along with her voice on and off throughout the song.
By the middle of the song, the judges had turned their chairs around to listen, honoring her with their encouragement and support. All of the judges wanted her to be a part of their teams. The issue was that Kaylee was singing a song that was supposed to be a tribute to Keith Urban. The song was written by Kaylee and some of her friends, according to later sources. The song was created using the titles of around 13 of Urban’s current tracks, with room for more.
You’d think Keith Urban’s team would automatically include Kaylee for the season. Jess’s unexpected move made it impossible. Jess and her team had had a rough start to the season, so she rose to the occasion and fought to bring Kaylee to the front of her pack. She did what she believed she was obligated to do.
Kaylee Bell was born to be on the stage, and all four judges recognized the fact. All of them made some great pitches to get her on board with them, but in the end, there could only be one winner. From there, the sky was the limit for Kaylee, and she strode out to reach it.