Australia's Got Talent Presenter: Grant Denyer
Bonnie Anderson is a 12 year old singer from Melbourne who won Australia’s Got Talent in 2007. She is now $250,000 richer as a result. It was reported that she plan to save most of the money but will donate a proportion to charities close to her heart. Bonnie wowed the judges, Donnii Monogue, Red Symons, Tom Burlinson and the Australian people with her rendition of the song 'Listen' in the finals to take the top prise.
Herb was the runner-up in Australia’s Got Talent 2007. Herb is a master of the traditional aboriginal music art of Gumleaf playing. The Gumleaf is one of the most flexible natural objects to be found in Australia. Herb has developed the talent to use the Gumleaf as a musical instrument to play many popular songs. The sound from the Gumleaf is truly amazing.
Warning, this act is not for the faint hearted. Al Miller is a contortionist, in this clip he demostrats what most people would never dream of doing with their tennis racket or pool queue. This is definetly not one to be tried at home.
Max Foster is a brilliant piano player. He started playing at the age of three. He showed very early promise and began taking lessons at the age of 8. Before entering Australia’s Got Talent at the age of 15, he had won a number of competitions in Australia for his music.
Col-E-Flower is described as a vegetable musician. No, not a vegetable parading around Australia playing music, but rather a gentleman with a keen ear for unusual instruments. Most people things a carrot is something you consume, not this guy, he has managed to find another entire use for it, take a look at these clips.