Australia Got Talent is one of the popular reality TV shows in Australia. The reality TV show first premiered on The Seven Network on 18 February 2007. The first season of the TV Show aired in the evening slot on Sunday nights.
The reality TV show made a successful run and was shifted to more competitive times slot on Tuesdays and there has been no turning back since. Australia Got Talent was inspired from the Simon Cowell’s show running in the United Kingdom with the name of Got Talent.
Australia’s Got Talent Judges And Prize:
Australia Got Talent features anyone with talent, from singers, dancers, magicians, comedians and other performers. Winners of Australia Got Talent gets a prize of A$ 250,000.
The first season of the show saw Australia Got Talent judges like Tom Burlinson, Red Symons and Danni Minogue in the panel of judges. Tom Burlinson and Red Symons were replaced by Brian McFaddens and Kyle Sandilands in Australia Got Talent season 4.
The panel of judges continued till Australia Got Talent season 7 when again Dawn French, Timomatic, and Gerii Halliwell replaced some judges, Mc Fadden and Minogue. Australia Got Talent season 8 witnessed a replacement of all the four judges by Kelly Osbourne, Ian ‘Dicko’ Dickson, Sophie Monk and Eddie Perfect.
Will There Be Australia’s Got Talent Auditions 2017?
Each year, Australia Got Talent celebrates the entertainers from all walks of life and hopefully Australia Got Talent Auditions 2017 will be returning to the Nine Network in 2017 as well. If you feel you have something special you want the world to know, please be prepare for it.
Australia Got Talent Auditions 2017:
It is not currently available. But you can visit the official website for latest update https://www.9now.com.au/australias-got-talent
Australia’s Got Talent Auditions 2017 Requirement:
- Australian citizen or a permanent resident of Australia or a citizen of New Zealand
An update will be made on this post, when Australia Got Talent Auditions 2017 is officially announced.