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December 10, 2019
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Clark Pursues Career With Voice Australia

Samantha Clark was the island princess that shot to fame in the Digicel Stars Competition. And now Samantha has gone one step further in pursuing her music career in the Voice Australia.

Last night, she sang in the blind auditions hoping to turn the chairs. From the Trobriand Islands to the Voice Australia stage, Samantha Clark was out there to make her mark.

 

The 21 year old, is no stranger to the music industry, having performed on our local TV show the Digicel Stars. With four super star coaches ready to swoop in, Samantha had only one chance to turn those chairs.

 

Joel Madden's desperate for a female artist on his team was on the verge of pressing that button, but the nerves got the better of Samantha, as she failed to impress the judges.

 

Despite this, Samantha knew this wasn’t her best performance and would be taking everything the judges said to improve. Samantha’s bold step in the voice audition proves that PNG artists can make it on the international stage.

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