Jack Vidgen was booted off The Voice unceremoniously much to the outrage of fans, but his axing won't stop the pouty singer from reaching super-stardom.
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The 22-year-old, who was on Guy Sebastian's team, took to Instagram on Monday to announce he would be playing his first gig in Sydney.
He wrote: "So excited to let you guys know I have a show coming up at Oxford Art Factory on the 8th September! Special guests to be announced !! Can’t wait to see you guys there! Limited tickets available x."
It comes after Diana Rouvas was crowned winner of The Voice Australia on Sunday night taking home the $100,00 prize money, and a recording contract.
Jack won Australia's Got Talent back in 2011, before disappearing from the public eye for several years, only to reemerge on The Voice.
After the host Sonja Kruger revealed he was dumped, news that the coaches Kelly Rowland, Delta Goodrem and Boy George said they didn't see coming, he vowed to never stop singing again, after leaving the business disillusioned in the aftermath of his aborted teen pop career.
"This has just honestly been the most incredible experience of my life," he raved upon leaving The Voice.
"It's just been so healing and it's just - there is no words to describe it. I just want to thank everyone, the whole team, Guy Sebastian, all of you, just everyone.
"It's honestly changed my life and I'm never going to stop singing ever again."