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Carmen Smith

Carmen Smith (born 1984) is an Australian singer/songwriter who rose to prominence after appearing in the first season of The Voice Australia. Since 2002, Smith has been a back-up singer for a number of Australian performers, including Guy Sebastian. She’s released two of her own solo albums as well as written songs for singers Stan Walker and Jessica Mauboy. In 2005, Carmen Smith wrote All I Ask as the winner’s single of New Zealand Idol, which was released by Rosita Vai. In 2010, Carmen was featured on Mousetrap Heart by Thirsty Merc. In 2012, Carmen Smith appeared on the premiere episode of The Voice Australia’s first season. She joined coach Joel Madden’s team after singing the Alicia Keys song How Come You Don’t Call Me. However, after good progress, she was controversially disqualified. She then went on to join Guy Sebastian on his Armageddon Tour, which toured nationally throughout June and July 2012 and again in 2013 for a 46 date tour called the Get Along Tour. Carmen would later join Sebastian as a backup singer for the song Tonight Again as part of the 2015 edition of the Eurovision Song Contest.

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