There are no doubt more surprises to announce, but it seems the entertainment at this year’s Logie Awards will focus on home grown talent.
On Saturday, it was announced that Jessica Mauboy, Guy Sebastian and Delta Goodrem will be taking the stage at the event, set to be held June 30, at The Star Gold Coast in Queensland.
Speaking to The Daily Telegraph, Jessica revealed that she will debut her new single at the show.
Keeping it local! Jessica Mauboy, Guy Sebastian and Delta Goodrem (pictured) will be performing at 2019 Logie Awards, it was announced on Saturday
The 29-year-old says that the first public outing of the track will be an emotional affair.
‘For the Logies I will perform my new single and when I co-wrote it I knew it would be hard to perform live,’ she said.
‘It’s a big emotional mountain to climb because it’s so personal. June 30 will be a big night, a big coming of age for me and my music,’ she added.
Debut! Speaking to The Daily Telegraph, Jessica Mauboy, revealed that she will debut her new single at the Logies on June 30
He’s performing too! The Voice coach Guy Sebastian will perform at the 2019 Logies
It’s not yet been revealed what Delta and Guy, who are currently both starring as judges on The Voice, have in store.
Some impressive performers have taken the stage at the Logies in the past, including Bruno Mars and Ed Sheeran.
It comes after the Logies courted controversy when Joe Jonas was bizarrely nominated for ‘Best Newcomer’ at the 2019 Logie Awards for his work on The Voice Australia – despite being a music industry veteran of more than 15 years.
Award: Last month, the Logies courted controversy when it was revealed that Joe Jonas (pictured) was nominated for a Logie in the ‘Most Popular New Talent’ category, in recognition of his work on The Voice, despite being a music industry veteran of more than 15 years
And the U.S. singer, 29, awkwardly defended the awards ceremony last Sunday during an interview with presenter Tim Blackwell on The Project.
Appearing alongside his brothers Kevin, 31, and Nick, 26, Joe spoke with pride about his nomination and the prospect of winning next month.
Joe insisted: ‘We love the Logies! We love the Logies’.
Not another word! Joe (centre) awkwardly defended the Logies during an interview with Tim Blackwell on The Sunday Project. Pictured with brothers Kevin (left) and Nick (right)