Tasmanian Jesse Teinaki has thanked his many supporters after winning his battle round on The Voice to get through to the live finals of season nine.
"So blessed to have made it through the battles!!Huge thank you to @deltagoodrem so much appreciation for you and thank you to my main man @steveclisby for this experience!!," Mr Teinaki posted on Facebook.
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"So glad you're still here brother. You're right Delta - this feels right!! There's something about this season, the universe be doing things."
Superstar coach Delta Goodrem said she wanted this person to know "they are without doubt in the right place at the right time right now" when she chose Jesse to win the battle.
Jesse Teinaki won his battle round against Steve Clisby on The Voice.
The talented former Somerset electrician had a hard task going up against fellow returning All Star and one of the judges favourites 74-year-old Steve Clisby.
It got even tougher when Ms Goodrem changed the original song choice for their pressure-packed battle performance.
Goodrem made the last-minute call to drop the Halsey song, Without Me because Clisby was struggling with the words.
It placed additional pressure on both the contenders, but for Jesse it was a tough break.
Making it to the live finals means he has bettered his time on the show last season when he lost in the battles to Natasha Stuart, who sadly died this year from cancer.
After winning on Sunday night Mr Teinaki said back stage that he was "super thrilled" to be here.
Clisby said Goodrem made the right decision by choosing Jesse to win.
"If anybody deserves to be here he does," Clisby said.
He also remains on the show after his coach saved him to go through to the next round.
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