Australian Idol sought to discover the most commercial young singer in Australia through a series of nationwide auditions. The final winner was determined by public voting.

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Australian Idol sought to discover the most commercial young singer in Australia through a series of nationwide auditions. The final winner was determined by public voting.

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Addictive Viewing!
15 October 2003 | by (Melb, Australia) – See all my reviews

Here in australia we only just recently got our version of the "idol phenomenon" and it's gotten us all hooked. Sure there's the bad few apples that still think it's karaoke, when u can see the band every episode! This, like the other 'Popstars' and 'starsearch', is just a way of manafacturing pop artists, but it's gotten so much deeper than that with seeing the contestants perform on stage everyweek and have their songs touch us or make us cry, and we get disappointed when our favourites leave, or get in the bottom three. It's become such addictive viewing they need it on everyday of the week to keep our household happy!

The show is much more than a reality tv karaoke, if we wanted that we'd switch over to channel 31 and watch 'Kangaroo Karaoke' ps GO MILLSY AND PAULINI!


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