Time to vote for Taila, Joel didn't 'save' her in live show

Taila Gouge.
Taila Gouge. Contributed


Taila Gouge rose up to centre stage with a smile on her face as she sung Who Knew by Pink.  

Before Taila started singing she spoke about how she had lost her voice while in LA with Joel Madden and the other team members but she sung her heart out and the crowd cheered for her the entire time. 

Ricky Martin said he would take her through if he was Joel.

"Taila, Taila, I want  to see more of you, Taila, you're beautiful and you're sounding amazing and if I was Joel I would take you through to the next step, I would," he said.

Kylie Minogue also said she was a big fan of Taila's.

But Joel didn't take Taila through to the next round he took Frank Lakoudis who brought the house down with his rendition of I Was Made For Loving You. 

To vote* for Taila SMS 'Taila' to 199 55 999 or call 1902 55 95 12 or you can download Taila's latest song from iTunes. 

*To see full terms and conditions click here. Voting will cost money.


LIVE finals of The Voice will begin tonight with each of the 16 remaining acts singing for a public vote.

Taila Gouge, the 17-year-old Moranbah girl, who has previously wowed judges in her performances will tonight sing Pink's Who Knew.

At the end on the show it is believed that each coach will choose one of their team members to be 'saved' and to go through to the next round while the other three will be vying for the public's vote.

The voting lines will be open for a week and the one from each team with the lowest votes will drop out of the competition.

Coldplay will also be appearing on the show for their first Australian television performance.

Tune into The Voice tonight on WIN at 7.30pm tonight.

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