A talented singer from Sydney has wowed the judges of The Voice with her extraordinary performance at the blind auditions.

23-year-old Bella Taylor Smith moved the judges to tears and has become a very early favourite to win the show.

After an emotional performance of Beyoncé’s Ave Maria, judge Guy Sebastian praised her by saying, “You could be on any stage, that voice is sublime.”

He fought for her attention saying, “I think you have a future and I want be a part of it… Your voice is crazy.”

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Keith Urban also fought for Bella to be on his team as he said, “It’s not just your ability with your voice, with your gift, it’s the humanity that you’ve got inside there, and the things you’ve been through and I don’t even know what they are yet but I can hear them.”

Guy was ultimately chosen by Bella to be her mentor, leaving Keith Urban, Jessica Mauboy and Rita Ora down on their luck.

Guy found common ground with Bella as she spoke about her background in church, as Guy became emotional when Bella said she didn’t think she could “lay claim” to her gift.

Singer and judge Rita Ora said, “I will never probably forget this audition, honestly, that was a true amazing performance.”

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Viewers of the audition took to online spaces to praise the young singer and her talents, with one person commenting, “Bella just moved me to tears! I’m calling it now … she’s gonna win!”

Another commenter said, “That was hands down the single greatest blind audition I’ve ever seen,” with several others vowing to vote for the young songstress in the competition.

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This article originally appeared on Over60.