Jack Vidgen, the winner of Australia's Got Talent, has recently opened up about the traumatic experience he had in the music industry, which led him to step away from the spotlight in recent years. During a Q&A session with fans on Instagram, he revealed that he had been "traumatised" by the industry and had lost his passion for singing on social media.
The 26-year-old singer expressed his excitement about bringing back his love for performing, mentioning that he has already booked some exciting gigs and shows for next year. He also shared his intention to combine glamour and performing in his upcoming projects.
Besides returning to the stage, Jack expressed his interest in sharing his musical expertise by moving into coaching. This new endeavor would allow him to guide aspiring artists and help them navigate the often challenging music industry.
After his initial rise to fame by winning Australia's Got Talent in 2011, Jack took a break from the spotlight before making a comeback as a contestant on The Voice in 2019. Although he made it to the semi-finals, his journey was cut short.
Since then, Jack has released several singles, including the track "I Am King, I Am Queen," which was associated with the Eurovision Song Contest. However, in September, the singer opened up about his mental health struggles, which resulted in him taking a hiatus from social media.
During his break, Jack had time to reflect on his values and re-evaluate his priorities. He expressed his desire to get back to his first love, singing. Despite the temporary distance from social media, he assured fans that he would continue to share aspects of his life with them.
With his recent revelations, it seems Jack Vidgen is ready to overcome the challenges he faced and make a triumphant return to the music industry. Fans eagerly await his upcoming shows and the unique combination of glam and performance that he plans to deliver.