15-year-old Despina Savva excited to showcase singing talent in Voice Australia 2020 premiere

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15-year-old Despina Savva is prepared to shock judges and viewers with her blind audition to be showcased on Nine Network’s The Voice Australia on Sunday May 24.

The Greek Australian was revealed as one of the featured blind auditions for the premiere this Sunday in an Instagram Story on The Voice Australia’s official Instagram page.

The Greek Herald spoke exclusively to the Sydney girl ahead of her blind audition premiere, with Despina revealing that the audition process was the “most amazing experience”.

“Auditioning for The Voice Australia 2020 was the most amazing experience! It has always been my dream to be on The Voice and now that I’m actually on it, it doesn’t feel real!

“I had so much excitement and adrenaline in me and was nervous to see if I would even get a chair turn!”

Despina is currently in Year 10 at Danebank Anglican School For Girls, with the Hurstville school rallying behind their talented student.

“All the best Despina, we are all supporting you!”, Danebank wrote on their official Facebook page.

The Voice Australia will premiere this Sunday on May 24 at 7pm on the 9 Network.

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