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Spoiler alert! Fans are convinced they know who wins The Voice 2022 – and it’s a close one

Who have you hedged your bets on?
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The Voice‘s 2022 grand finale may not be until Sunday, but fans are already convinced they know who comes out victorious!

More than 60 hopefuls have performed their hearts out over the past month, but just four contestants remain.

Viewers have placed their bets on Lachie Gill to take out the top spot, with odds of 2.10.

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During the semi-finals, the judges’ teams were dwindled down to just one performer each.

Lachie Gill from Team Rita, Team Keith‘s Thando Sikwila, Jordan Tavita from Team Guy and Faith Sosene from Team Jess are now left vying for the win.

Eager fans are have hedged their bets on which contestant will take out Australia’s favourite singing competition, with betting sites giving away clues – and it’s a close call!

According to TAB, Lachie Gill is tipped to take out the top spot, with odds of 2.10. In second and third place respectively, fans predict Thando Sikwila (2.80) and Jordan Tavita (3.50) will be take the silver and bronze and Faith Sosene most likely to come fourth with odds at 13.00.

However over on Sportsbet, Thando is expected to take the crown with odds of 2.50 followed by Lachie (2.75), then Jordan (3.00) and finally Faith (10.00).

Thando Sikwila is poised to come second.

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Lachie secured his grand finale spot with a captivating rendition of Déjà Vu by Olivia Rodrigo over Xanthe Campbell’s abcdefu by Gayle.

“He’s worked so hard. He steps it up a notch every single time. You’re everything one can look for in creating a superstar,” coach Rita Ora said.

A visibly shocked Lachie said: “Every week a fire is burning. I just want to keep going and keep going. I have learnt so much but I am just having so much fun. I don’t want this to stop.”

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Voting is now open for Australia to decide who will be crowned The Voice 2022, taking home $100,000 prize money and a recording contract with Universal Music Australia.

So, have The Voice fans got it right? We’ll have to keep watching to find out.

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