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Australian Idol Season 08 Episode 19 Description

Each contestant performed a song on live performance night, however, in a twist, the judges’ announced no singer would be saved or advanced this week and therefore would be voted by the public. On results night, after voting had closed, the contestants each sang again. After each pair of contestants had sung, the results were announced for those two singers: one eliminated, and one was put through to the Grand Finale, three in total.

Singers Top 6 result
Singer Order Song chosen by public Result
Ben Sheehy 1 “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” by The Rolling Stones
Phoebe Stewart 2 “People Help the People” by Birdy
Amali Dimond 3 “Fly Away” by Tones and I
Josh Hannan 4 “Drivers License” by Olivia Rodrigo
Anya Hynninen 5 “Flowers” by Miley Cyrus
Royston Sagigi-Baira 6 “True Colors” by Cyndi Lauper
Songs on results night
Royston Sagigi-Baira pair 1 “I Want to Know What Love Is” by Foreigner Safe
Anya Hynninen “It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World” by James Brown Eliminated
Ben Sheehy pair 2 “The Letter” by Joe Crocker Eliminated
Phoebe Stewart “Lost Without You” by Freya Ridings Safe
Josh Hannan pair 3 “Can’t Help Falling in Love” by Elvis Presley Safe
Amali Dimond “Warrior” by Demi Lovato 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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