The Voice Australia will crown their top singer in the grand finale on Sunday.
And in the lead up to the big moment, the finalists have reflected on how the show has changed their lives.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Mick Harrington, from the Victorian town of Munro, told The Morning Show on Friday that he can't believe a guy like him from the countryside can try his luck on a nationwide talent show.
'It's been amazing!' The Voice Australia finalist Mick Harrington has reflected on how the reality show has changed his life
He added that doing the grocery shopping is not as quick as it used to be.
'It's been amazing the support, people asking for selfies and wanting to chat and really enjoying the show,' he said.
Meanwhile girl group G-Nat!on explained their mentor Rita Ora helped them develop their group sound.
'I think we all have really individual flare that really add to the group, and I think Rita (Ora) really helped us flesh that out,' Taylah, one of the six members, said.
Arlo Sim, Keith Urban's artist, told The Morning Show he has been overwhelmed with the opportunity to perform for Australia, as well as the support he's received from his family, friends and fans.
Finding fame: The singer, who has been mentored by Jessica Mauboy (pictured together), said that