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Former Australian Idol winner Kate DeAraugo resurfaces amid news of reboot

Former Australian Idol winner Kate DeAraugo resurfaces amid news of reboot
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Former Australian Idol winner Kate DeAraugo resurfaces amid news of reboot

Former Australian Idol winner Kate DeAraugo resurfaces amid information of reboot

Kate DeAraugo turned a family identify when she gained the 2005 season of Australian Idol.

Nonetheless, after releasing a number of solo singles and becoming a member of the lady group Younger Divas, alongside former Idol contestants together with Ricki-Lee Coulter, she took a step away from the highlight.

And because the expertise present returns to tv after 12 years as a part of Channel Seven’s 2022 prime time line-up, Each day Mail Australia takes a have a look at the place Kate, 35, is now. 

Remember her? Former Australian Idol winner Kate DeAraugo (pictured in 2006), 35, has resurfaced and sounds just as incredible as she did during her days in the spotlight

Keep in mind her? Former Australian Idol winner Kate DeAraugo (pictured in 2006), 35, has resurfaced and sounds simply as unbelievable as she did throughout her days within the highlight 

In early Could amid Victoria’s lockdown, Kate resurfaced and was seen performing renditions of iconic hits alongside her cousin Josh DeAraugo.

Josh shared movies to Instagram of the pair jamming to songs together with Ain’t No person by funk band Rufus and singer Chaka Khan whereas in isolation at their houses.

Kate sounded simply as unbelievable as she did when she gained Australian Idol in 2005. 

Music runs in the family: In early May amid Victoria's lockdown, Kate resurfaced, seen performing renditions of iconic hits alongside her cousin Josh DeAraugo (both pictured)

Music runs within the household: In early Could amid Victoria’s lockdown, Kate resurfaced, seen performing renditions of iconic hits alongside her cousin Josh DeAraugo (each pictured) 

Perfect duo: Josh shared videos to Instagram of the pair jamming to songs including Ain't Nobody by funk band Rufus and singer Chaka Khan while in isolation at their homes

Good duo: Josh shared movies to Instagram of the pair jamming to songs together with Ain’t No person by funk band Rufus and singer Chaka Khan whereas in isolation at their houses 

Outdoor gigs: The duo have also performed together at events, including Bendigo's winery and reception venue, Chateau Dore, in November (pictured)

Out of doors gigs: The duo have additionally carried out collectively at occasions, together with Bendigo’s vineyard and reception venue, Chateau Dore, in November (pictured) 

The duo have additionally carried out collectively at occasions, together with Bendigo’s vineyard and reception venue, Chateau Dore, in November. 

After successful Australian Idol, Kate signed to Sony BMG and launched her debut album, A Place I’ve By no means Been, in December 2005.

She went on to type a part of pop lady band Younger Divas in 2006, alongside different Australian Idol contestants Emily Williams, Ricki-Lee Coulter and Paulini Curuenavuli.

Claim to fame: After winning Australian Idol in 2005 (pictured), Kate signed to Sony BMG and released her debut album, A Place I've Never Been, in December of that year

Declare to fame: After successful Australian Idol in 2005 (pictured), Kate signed to Sony BMG and launched her debut album, A Place I’ve By no means Been, in December of that 12 months 

Girl band: Kate (far left) went on to form part of pop girl band Young Divas in 2006, alongside other Australian Idol contestants Emily Williams (second left), Ricki-Lee Coulter (far right) and Paulini Curuenavuli (second right). The band however parted ways in 2008

Lady band: Kate (far left) went on to type a part of pop lady band Younger Divas in 2006, alongside different Australian Idol contestants Emily Williams (second left), Ricki-Lee Coulter (far proper) and Paulini Curuenavuli (second proper). The band nevertheless parted methods in 2008  

The band nevertheless parted methods in 2008.   

Kate made headlines in June 2017, when she was caught by police carrying .43 grams of ice in Shepparton, as reported by The Shepparton Information.  

Police additionally allege she was caught 5 days later with ice, and that she was illegally carrying a big knife and a tomahawk. 

She was reportedly additionally caught driving below the affect of medication and had confronted as much as 15 years in jail.  

Faced court: In November 2017, Kate avoided conviction after pleading guilty to possessing ice, drug driving and weapons offences. Pictured arriving at the Downing Centre District Court in Sydney in July 2015

Confronted court docket: In November 2017, Kate prevented conviction after pleading responsible to possessing ice, drug driving and weapons offences. Pictured arriving on the Downing Centre District Courtroom in Sydney in July 2015

Returning: In October, Angus Ross, Seven's Director of Programming announced Australian Idol's return for 2022: 'Idol is the granddaddy of them all! The biggest show in the world comes to Seven in 2022, and we know Australians are going to love it'

Returning: In October, Angus Ross, Seven’s Director of Programming introduced Australian Idol’s return for 2022: ‘Idol is the granddaddy of all of them! The most important present on the earth involves Seven in 2022, and we all know Australians are going to adore it’

In November 2017, Kate prevented conviction after pleading responsible to possessing ice, drug driving and weapons offences.    

She was handed a 12-month group correction order within the Bendigo Magistrates’ Courtroom after pleading responsible to eight costs. 

She was additionally disqualified from driving for at least six months.  

Now a top-selling artist: Based on the global Pop Idol format - the most-watched TV franchise in history - Australian Idol aired from 2003 to 2009 on Channel Ten. Pictured is Shannon Noll, who placed runner-up in the 2003 season

Now a top-selling artist: Primarily based on the worldwide Pop Idol format – the most-watched TV franchise in historical past – Australian Idol aired from 2003 to 2009 on Channel Ten. Pictured is Shannon Noll, who positioned runner-up within the 2003 season

In October, Angus Ross, Seven’s Director of Programming introduced Australian Idol’s return for 2022. 

Australian Idol is a Fremantle and Eureka co-production for the Seven Community and can premiere on Channel Seven and 7plus in 2022.  

Primarily based on the worldwide Pop Idol format – the most-watched TV franchise in historical past – Australian Idol aired from 2003 to 2009 on Channel Ten.

The expertise present is legendary for locating a string of top-selling artists, together with Man Sebastian, Jessica Mauboy, Casey Donovan, Matt Corby and Ricki-Lee Coulter.  

Where it all began: Pictured is Casey Donovan performing during the Australian Idol finale in 2004, which she won

The place all of it started: Pictured is Casey Donovan performing throughout the Australian Idol finale in 2004, which she gained

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