Fans of The Voice have rubbished claims Bella Taylor Smith solely won the singing competitors because of her links to Hillsong Church.
Bella, 23, who’s a member of the evangelical megachurch, was topped the winner on Sunday evening after her spectacular efficiency of Andrea Bocelli’s The Prayer alongside her coach Guy Sebastian, a religious Christian with links to Hillsong.
The season finale was criticised on Twitter for its obvious non secular overtones, however viewers have since defended Bella, arguing she won the present ‘truthful and sq.’.
‘She deserved to win’: Fans of The Voice Australia have rubbished claims Bella Taylor Smith (pictured) solely won the singing competitors because of her links to Hillsong Church
‘I’m sick of conspiracy theorists making it into one thing its not. She’s a stunning woman with a unbelievable voice. Religious or not, she won truthful and sq.. Well carried out, Bella,’ one supporter commented.
‘Doesn’t matter what faith she is. Bella was superb. She deserved to win. She was one of the best expertise,’ one other wrote.
A 3rd agreed: ‘I do not assume Bella won because she sang the non secular track. We knew all alongside because of her large, stunning voice that she could be the winner, even when she sang one other track, so do not convey faith into this.’
‘That’s absurd!’ The season finale was criticised on Twitter for its obvious non secular overtones, however viewers have since defended Bella, arguing she won the present ‘truthful and sq.’
‘Seriously! I do not recall Hillsong being talked about in the course of the finals and even when it was, so what? Bella wowed everybody with her voice and he or she gave thanks to the one who in the end graced her with the reward! Congratulations, Bella!’ one other fan commented, referencing how Bella had thanked Jesus after her victory.
Another wrote: ‘Bella was superb. She is gorgeous and deserves The Voice title 2021. There is nothing unsuitable with having religion. Wishing her one of the best for the longer term.’
‘That’s completely absurd! She has a tremendous voice and I actually admire how open she is about her religion. A winner in each sense,’ added one other.
Champion: Bella, 23, who’s a member of the evangelical megachurch, was topped the winner of The Voice on Sunday evening after her spectacular efficiency of Andrea Bocelli’s The Prayer alongside her coach Guy Sebastian (proper), a religious Christian with links to Hillsong
It comes after The Voice Australia was criticised on social media for showing to promote Hillsong Church throughout Sunday’s grand finale.
‘Hillsong has been instrumental on this present from the beginning. It’s been a car for his or her singers. I refuse to watch something that promotes [it],’ one critic tweeted.
‘Hillsong Church member auditions for a Hillsong coach, then Hillsong coach has to act just like the Hillsong connection is not there till grand finale evening however okay,’ one other wrote, noting Bella and Guy’s ties to the non secular organisation.
Mixed response: It comes after The Voice Australia was criticised on social media for showing to promote Hillsong Church throughout Sunday’s grand finale
A 3rd agreed: ‘So disenchanted with the alternatives for The Voice. I imply Bella’s beautiful however the Hillsong connection simply makes it a bit suss [suspicious] for me.’
Smith was topped the winner of The Voice Australia on Sunday evening.
The singing instructor was overcome with emotion as host Sonia Kruger introduced she would obtain a recording contract with EMI Music and a $100,000 money prize.
Thanking the person upstairs: Bella, a church singer, had thanked Jesus after her victory
‘I actually cannot consider it, I’m so grateful,’ she stated.
‘I can not wait to see what unimaginable issues are forward for me. I’m actually grateful for you [Sebastian], for everybody who voted and for my stunning household who I like.’
Sebastian was notably moved, saying: ‘I’m so proud. There are so many deserving folks up there, however you might be particular, Bella.
‘Go on the market and kill it. I do know you’ll.’
After her victory, Smith, who hails from Sydney, carried out her new single Higher.