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Go Your Own Way (The Voice Australia: 17 June 2013)
Hundreds of fans have turned out to welcome The Voice grand finalist Celia Pavey and her coach Delta Goodrem to Forbes during a special visit.
Staff and students from Celia’s former primary and secondary schools were joined by fans of the show at Red Bend Catholic College.
During the visit Celia was welcomed back to the college by Deputy Principal Stephen Dwyer.
He described Celia as a student who “blessed us all” with her talents and was known for being genuine and kind.
Mayor of Forbes Shire Council, Ron Penny, presented Celia with a key to the community.
He then encouraged all present to “pick up the phone and dial Celia”.
During the visit Ms Goodrem described Celia as being “the easiest person to coach on the show”.
“As you say, [Celia] is a genuine person and a wonderful person,” Ms Goodrem said.
Celia encouraged other students not to be shy and to believe in themselves, and thanked all present for their support.
While on stage Celia performed her own song ‘Candle in the night’ and ‘Will you still love me tomorrow’.
The pair then signed autographs for those present before departing the college for a private luncheon with Celia’s family.Celia and Ms Goodrem also performed Ms Goodrem’s hit song ‘Sitting on top of the world’ as a duet.
For teammate Celia Pavey, 19, making it to the live finals stage has renewed her will to win “Earlier on, everyone was having a good time, now it’s crunch time,” says the folk singer from country NSW, whose ethereal sound has resonated with TV audiences. “I’m not here to be sexy,” explains the Joni Mitchell fan. “I think I’m bringing back the acoustic, story-telling vibe of the ‘60s and 70’s and people are liking it so far.”
Celia Pavey for WHO Magazine