Redland Bay singer Jac Stone has passed the gruelling Showdown contest and is through to the finals of the hit reality talent TV show The Voice.
Stone, 23, took to the stage last night in front of 2.5million viewers to compete in a sing-off against Western Australia's Shawne Kirke.
Former Ten Tenor Luke Kennedy was the other contestant from Queensland to go through to the finals.
On Sunday night, Stone went into battle in the “Showdown” round.
The former waitress at popular Red Edge café I Love Coffee, made it through the first two gruelling rounds of the show, which included a “blind” audition.
The show’s four famous judges superstar Delta Goodrem, latino singer Ricky Martin, pop punk singer Joel Madden and soul singer Seal listened, but could not see Stone, as she sang Bernard Fanning’s Watch Over Me, in April.
Since then, Stone, who has a Bachelor of Popular Music from Griffith University, has spent the past five weeks dedicated to the show and being coached by Seal.
She won the Battle section, in which she had to sing the Ray Charles classic You Don’t Know Me in a duet duel with Sydney singer Lauren Dawes.
On Sunday, she performed along with 16 other contestants, including four from Team Seal, with her passage through to the next stage largely dependent on the number of votes she got from the public.
The singer with the highest public vote from each team went into the finals and the one with the lowest number of votes was eliminated before last night's live results show.
Stone was one of the two left standing from her team.