Faith Sosene is still coming to terms with how much her life has changed.
Just four years ago the Queensland singer put music aside to care for her sick mum.
Now, the 25-year-old is one of four finalists on Seven’s The Voice frocking up in “princess moment” gowns.
“I don’t even know the words to describe how I feel being on stage and on The Voice,” Sosene told AAA.
“It’s just such a great feeling.”
Her semifinal dress was a particular favourite. The wardrobe department were attaching crystals right until the moment she stepped on stage.
“There were six people around me carrying the dress,” Sosene told AAA.
“I definitely felt important that’s for sure.”
Sosene will find out on Sunday night if she has won the title, which comes with a recording contract with Universal Music Australia and $100,000 in prize money.
“I wake up and I’m like ‘really? Am I on the voice? It’s a real thing. It’s not a dream,’ (it’s) so surreal,” she said.
“To have a record deal is such a support system as a new artist . . . to have that would mean the world to me. I would take it and run with it because the opportunity that they have now on the show is so much.
“I would love to make an album.”
Sosene, who is on Jessica Mauboy’s team, said it had been incredible sharing her journey with her superstar coach.
“She is absolutely amazing,” she said.
“She’s exactly what a coach is . . . she’s just so humble.
“There’s more to it than just the singing and performing. She really helps me understand me and what it’s like to be in the music industry.”
Watch the unmissable grand final of The Voice Sunday on Channel 7 and 7plus.