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Australian Idol Season 08 Episode 09 Description

Singer Order Song Result
Naomi Gipey 1 “Ex’s & Oh’s” Advanced
Phoebe Stewart 2 “Lose You to Love Me” Advanced
Angelina Curtis 3 “Strong” Advanced
Harry Hayden 4 “You Know I’m No Good” Advanced
Jasey Fox 5 “Does Your Mother Know” Advanced
Royston Sagigi-Baira 6 “Everything I Wanted” Advanced
Anya Hynninen 7 “I Was Made for Lovin’ You” Advanced
Ben Sheehy 8 “Fortunate Son” Advanced
Kaitlyn Thomas 9 “Man! I Feel Like a Woman!” Eliminated
Triston Joynt 10 “Love on the Brain” Eliminated
Edwin Fejo 11 “All by Myself” Eliminated
Amali Dimond 12 “Before You Go” Advanced
Cooper Turnbull 13 “All I Want” Advanced
Sharin Attamimi 14 “Rise Up” Advanced
Montana Lara 15 “Elastic Heart” Eliminated
Tully Wishart 16 “Blame It on Me” Eliminated
Bobby Holmes 17 “I Want It That Way” Advanced
Noah Cookson 18 “Forever Young” Advanced
Sash Seabourne 19 “Finally” Advanced
Piper Butcher 20 “Complicated” Advanced
Kartik Kunasegaran 21 “So Sick” Eliminated
Josh Hannan 22 “It’ll Be Okay” Advanced
Sara Houston 23 “Cloudy Day” Advanced
James Vawser 24 “Breakeven” Advanced
Peter Karagounis 25 “I Love You” Advanced
Damien Agius 26 “Bad Moon Rising” Advanced
Connor Bulger 27 “Boys from the Bush” Eliminated
Noora H 28 “Stay” Advanced
Kristie Roberts 29 “What About Us” Advanced
Bec Voysey 30 “When the Party’s Over” Advanced
Maya Weis 31 “Ain’t Nobody” Advanced
Tahlia Eve Pizzicara 32 “Ain’t Nobody” Eliminated

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Australian Idol Show Summary

Australian Idol is an Australian singing competition, which began its first season in July 2003 and ended its initial run in November 2009. As part of the Idol franchise, Australian Idol originated from the reality program Pop Idol, which was created by British entertainment executive Simon Fuller. Australian Idol was televised on Network 10 for all seven series and was broadcast on the Southern Cross Austereo Radio Network between 2005 and 2007. The series returned in 2023 after Seven Network announced they would be picking up the show.

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