New talent show The Voice has been taking Australia by storm this week, and Chris Sebastian is just one of the contestants that have impressed audiences around the country!
Even though he doesn't want to be known this way, Chris might be most recognisable as Guy Sebastian's little brother, and boy does he have a voice to match!
Chris sang Beyonce's killer track Halo on the show last night, and straight away Twitter trends started to reflect his amazing performance.
As is The Voice's way, Chris got to choose which of the four coaches he wanted to be mentored by, and even though Delta Goodrem was his biggest fan, he chose to go with Seal!
Delta was not happy though, and did her best to try and convince him saying "The reason why I think why you should be with me is because I think we can just make this easy... I just think that we can take it to the top and it won't be hard."
She added "I naturally understand your spirit, and I understand this country. This is my country, I love Australia, we can make this happen together."
Have you been watching The Voice? Who is your favourite contestant so far?
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