14 December 2011
Jack Vidgen might be known for woo-ing the ladies with this ultra high falsetto skills, but the lad might have to come up with a new plan now, after revealing this week that his voice has broken!
The teenage cutie became an overnight sensation when he bagged the title of Australia's Got Talent winner earlier this year, and has had cancel gigs in the wake of his new found man-voice.
He even had to pull out of an event last week because the organisers and requested that he sang Whitney Houston's 'I Will Always Love You.'
Jack told the Sunday Telegraph "I guess it's what happens to every boy, I've become a man."
It might be a bit of an adjustment moving away from the big ballads, but 14-year-old Jack is insisting that he's actually looking forward to changing his style.
"It's a good thing because I can hit so many lower notes and I can sing so many more songs. Those massive diva ballads were always a strain on my voice."
"It's exciting and I'm excited for the change."
Jack's debut Yes I Am found its fortune covering female artists such as Adele, Celine Dion and Mariah Carey. It has subsequently sold more than 50,000 copies.
Hopefully Jack can continue finding success with his new style! Check out our last interview with Jack below!