‘The Voice’ hits series-high ratings with Jack Vidgen return
Some of the most-powerful blinds took place on Nine’s The Voice overnight (Sunday June 2), delivering the network series-high ratings.
The show drew 1.105 million viewers, just beating the series opener of 1.09 million a week ago, off the back of the return of Jack Vidgen.
The Voice was the most-watched entertainment show of the evening, and third overall on Sunday night behind Seven News and Nine News.
It gave Nine the top primary channel audience share with 23.9% ahead of seven with 21.7%.
Vidgen first burst into the public spotlight at the age of 14 when he won Australia’s Got Talent.
The Sydney-hailing singer got all four judges to turn and chose Guy Sebastian, with his performance on stage in five years.
Watch his return performance below:
Stay tuned to TMN later this week when we recap the Top 5 comebacks on this year’s The Voice Blinds.