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Delta Goodrem, Seal, Urban, Madden become Aussie 'The Voice' judges?

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The coaches for the Australian version of The Voice have apparently been revealed.

It has been reported that Australian singers Keith Urban and Delta Goodrem will return home to become judges and mentors on the reality music contest, alongside US soul singer Seal and Good Charlotte rocker Joel Madden.

According to the Herald Sun, all four stars have to complete final contract negotiations before TV bosses will make an official announcement.

If confirmed as judges, Urban, Goodrem, Seal and Madden will select successful contestants for the show during a blind audition process, therefore choosing them for their vocal talent over appearance.

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Christina Aguilera, Maroon 5's Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Cee Lo Green are the judges on the US version of The Voice. NBC recently hit back at reports that Aguilera was being fired from the show for not spending enough time with her contestants.

Jessie J has been confirmed as the first coach on the UK version of the show, which will premiere in 2012.

Australian singer Anthony Callea recently revealed that he would "love" to be a judge on the Aussie version of The Voice, saying: "Nothing's confirmed. I can't say much."

He also said that he would love to see Vanessa Amorosi as a mentor on the series.

Watch the winner of this year's US The Voice Javier Colon perform on the show below:

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