Graceful Masha Mnjoyan Exits The Voice Australia at the Top 8 Stage

By | Friday, 17 July 2020

SYDNEY: The winner of The Voice Armenia in 2013, Masha Mnjoyan has exited The Voice Australia 2020 competition after making the top eight, and winning the hearts and minds with her amazing talent and grace.

Masha delivered yet another stirring performance watched by a massive primetime Australian television audience as one of the final two contenders in the team being mentored by iconic UK singer Boy George.

Boy George ultimately picked Siala as his final contestant for the top four, from which The Voice Australia will be chosen.

Masha reached the coveted top eight after singing Chains, a song made famous by legendary Australian vocalist Tina Arena.

Her previous performance, of I Have Nothing by Whitney Houston, was a highlight for Armenian viewers around the world as it began with an Armenian translation of the first verse.

Masha began what was a memorable tournament by turning all four judges' chairs with her rendition of Celine Dion's classic, I Have Nothing.

The Voice Australia proved to be a major achievement in the musical journey of Armenian Masha Mnjoyan, who was able to work with Kelly Rowland and Boy George on her way to winning the hearts and minds of many Australians with her talent and elegance.