Keith Urban Stunned by Teen Vocalist on Australian TV's The Voice

Nineteen-year-old singer Karise Eden wows the judges

At least one singer has already stunned Keith Urban during his stint as a judge on Australia's new version of NBC's TV vocal competition, The Voice. Karise Eden, a 19-year-old from New South Wales, had the judges raving during her bluesy and soulful rendition of the James Brown classic "It's a Man's Man's Man's World." From the singer's first raspy notes, Keith was clearly impressed by her mature, confident vocal delivery. "Oh my God, what is that? Oh my goodness!" Keith said after turning his chair around. The other three judges—Seal, Delta Goodrem and Joel Madden—immediately followed suit, giving the teen singer her choice of judges to work with.

Unfortunately for Keith, the singer ultimately chose to join Seal's team, according to ABC Newcastle.

Watch Karise's performance, which had Keith and the other judges hooked.

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