The Voice Generations finds its finalists

The Voice Generations Grand Finalists are locked after last night’s unforgettable musical acts left superstar coaches Keith Urban, Rita Ora, Guy Sebastian and Jessica Mauboy in awe. 

The remaining Blind Auditions saw each coach complete their team lineup before the best of the best battled it out to claim one of four coveted places in tomorrow night’s first-ever The Voice Generations Grand Finale.

Singing teacher, Kelsi, and her 13-year-old student, Jessica, earned their Grand Finale spot with Team Jess after showcasing their soaring harmonies in a cover of P!nk’s What About Us.

 The pair outshone Western Australian couple Bloom and James’ performance of Tina Turner and Kygo’s What’s Love Got To Do With It?

With two father-daughter acts on Team Rita, the coach was brought to tears when reminded of her own dad. Caitlin and Tim’s powerhouse performance of Say Something by A Great Big World ft. Christina Aguilera secured their Grand Finale spot

despite father-daughter Micah and Maurice’s epic dance moves and energetic vocals in Don’t Start Now by Dua Lipa.

Keith chose to take father-son rock duo Ty and Eddie to the Grand Finale after witnessing their explosive performance of Jet’s Are You Gonna Be My Girl. 

Nonetheless, the coaches had nothing but praise for the duo’s competitors, multi-generational bluegrass family band The O’Donnells, featuring three-year-old Amy, the youngest performer ever on any Voice stage in the world. 

It was a family affair for Team Guy with Victorian family of six, The Wenas, facing off against the globetrotting buskers from NSW, Kids of Leo. Despite both acts’ incredible voices, Guy was won over by the Wenas’ rendition of I’ll Be There by Jess Glynne.