Australia Got Talent is a TV show first premiered on The Seven Network on 18 February, 2007. The first season was aired in the evening slot on Sunday nights. The show made a successful run and was then shifted to more competitive times slot on Tuesdays and has never looked back since then. The show has been inspired from the Simon Cowell’s show running in the United Kingdom with the name of Got Talent.
Australia’s Got Talent Prize And Judges:
Talking about the show AGT, it features anyone who has a talent be it singers, dancers, magicians, comedians or any other performers. The winner of the show gets a prize of A$ 250,000.
The first season witnessed Tom Burlinson, Red Symons and Danni Minogue in the panel of judges. The first two mentioned were replaced by Brian McFaddens and Kyle Sandilands in season 4. The panel continued till season 7 when again Dawn French, Timomatic and Gerii Halliwell served as replacement to non-returning judhes Mc Fadden and Minogue. The season eight witnessed replacement of all the four judges by Kelly Osbourne, Ian ‘Dicko’ Dickson, Sophie Monk and Eddie Perfect.The eighth season was premiered on the Nine Network.
Will There Be A Australia’s Got Talent 2017 Auditions?
Every year the talent show celebrates the entertainers from all walks of life and hopefully it will be returning to Nine in 2017 as well. If you think you have something special to share then be prepare for it.
The auditions for Australia’s Got Talent season 9 are expected to start soon.
Australia Got Talent 2017 Auditions:
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Australia Got Talent 2017 Audition Requirement:
- Australian citizen or a permanent resident of Australia or a citizen of New Zealand
We will update if the auditions for Australia’s Got Talent 2017 is officially announced.
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