Despina Savva to perform on The Voice Australia 2020 Grand Final after securing wildcard

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Despina Savva has secured a place in The Voice Australia 2020 grand final after securing a ‘wildcard’ from coach Kelly Rowland last night.

“It feels great to go to the showdowns, I’m so excited and happy Kelly believes in me!” Despina says to The Greek Herald.

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While it was a “little weird” having a virtual coach, Despina said the playoffs were a fun experience and is grateful to be able to sing again next week.

Kelly Rowland consoling an upset Despina Savva after almost being eliminated from The Voice Australia 2020. Photo: Nine Network

“It felt amazing getting the wild card, I get the chance to sing again on that stage and will do Kelly proud!”

Despina lost her battle to piano man Alex Weybury in the play offs on Sunday night, with the Greek Australian singing a rendition of Kim Carnes’ ‘Bette Davis Eyes’.

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Devastated to be potentially leaving the competition, Despina broke down in tears and was consoled by a virtual Kelly Rowland. Seeing her incredible talent, Kelly used one of her two wildcards on Despina, bringing her into the grand final week.

Despina switched to #TeamKelly in the Battle Round of the competition, leaving Boy George’s team.

“Working with artists like Despina really gets all my senses going. You are so meant to be here and I want to see how you grow, but I want to be the Coach to help you get there,” Kelly said during the Battles.

Revealed in last nights episode, each contestant will be choosing their own song for their final performance and craft “what will be your most important performance yet.”

The artists will face off on Sunday 7.00pm and Monday and Tuesday at 7.30pm on Nine.

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