Diana Rouvas (born 29 January 1984) is an Australian singer-songwriter previously signed to Universal Music Australia who has been actively working in the music industry in Australia and overseas for the past two decades. In 2019, she won The Voice (Australia), against Daniel Shaw. She was born in Sydney to Greek father and Australian mother. She was only four when Diana started vocal training. She comes from a musical family and made her onstage debut when she was only little. In fact, she was writing her own material by the time she was eight. When she was 16, she travelled to the United States to work on her songwriting skills and by the time she was 17, she was working as Tina Arena’s backing vocalist, touring internationally. She has become one on the most in-demand singers in the industry and has performed alongside some of the country’s most well-respected names.
In 2006 Diana represented Australia in G’day LA celebrations in Los Angeles. In 2006 she recorded and released an original Extended Play titled Never Said Hello.
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