The Voice finalists REVEALED as they are relocated to another Western Sydney hotel

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The Voice finalists REVEALED as they are relocated to another Western Sydney hotel

Channel Nine has stepped up security measures to ensure the secrecy of the competition's finalists. Earlier this month, it was revealed The Voice c

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Channel Nine has stepped up security measures to ensure the secrecy of the competition’s finalists. 

Earlier this month, it was revealed The Voice contestants checked into the Rydges Hotel in Campbelltown, 57km away from Sydney’s CBD to film the Battle Rounds.

Daily Mail Australia can now reveal that the remaining finalists have been relocated to Liverpool to be closer to the newly built Moorebank set.

EXCLUSIVE: Some of The Voice finalists have been revealed as they are relocated to another Western Sydney hotel. Pictured from left: The Voice contestants Stellar Perry, Janie Gordon, Matt Evans, Adam Ludewig and Stephanie Cole seen earlier this month in Liverpool

EXCLUSIVE: Some of The Voice finalists have been revealed as they are relocated to another Western Sydney hotel. Pictured from left: The Voice contestants Stellar Perry, Janie Gordon, Matt Evans, Adam Ludewig and Stephanie Cole seen earlier this month in Liverpool

They now reside at the Quest Liverpool, which is a mere 700 metres away from the show’s new studio, after being previously housed 23km from the set.

Despite producers going to extreme measurements to keep the identities of the contestants underwraps, many were only happy to pose for fan photos when spotted on the streets. 

Singers Stephanie Cole, Timothy James Bowen, Mark Furze and Siala Robson have all been spotted exploring the new area.

Out West:    after it was revealed contestants were staying at The Rydges hotel in Campbelltown, 57km away from Sydney's CBD

Out West: The remaining finalists have been relocated to Liverpool to be closer to the newly built Moorebank set, after they were staying at The Rydges hotel in Campbelltown, 57km away from Sydney’s CBD

Close: The contestants now reside at the Quest Liverpool, which is a mere 700 metres away from the show's new studio, after being previously housed 23km from the set

Close: The contestants now reside at the Quest Liverpool, which is a mere 700 metres away from the show’s new studio, after being previously housed 23km from the set

Meanwhile, Sebastian Cole and Adam Ludewig found themselves having to catch public transport and head to the city to keep entertained.

It comes after they were so left with little to do being when they were hurled up isolated in Campbeltown, 57km away from city’s CBD and popular hotspots. 

Previously speaking to Daily Mail, an insider said: ‘After they all checked in, they basically just spent hours strolling through Campbelltown Mall and making TikToks in the hotel lobby.’

Exploring: Contestants Sebastian Cole (left) and Adam Ludewig (right) found themselves having to catch public transport and head to the city to keep entertained

Oops! Despite producers going to extreme measurements to keep the identities of the contestants underwraps, many appear were only happy to pose for fan photos when spotted on the streets. Mark Furze (right) pictured with a fan (left)

Exploring: Contestants Sebastian Cole (left) and Adam Ludewig (right) recently found themselves having to catch public transport and head to the city to keep entertained

This year, the production site moved from Fox Studios in Moore Park to a custom-built studio in Liverpool, after Marvel snagged the entire back lot to film Thor: Love and Thunder and Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.

Meanwhile, it’s a completely different story for The Voice coaches, who are all put up in multi-million dollar mansions and rentals in the heart of Sydney. 

Although Kelly Rowland hasn’t been able to return for the Battle Rounds due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, the Destiny’s Child star always has a five-star suite reserved at QT Bondi when she’s in town.

Remember this? The contestants were previously being housed at the Rydges Hotel in Campbelltown

Remember this? The contestants were previously being housed at the Rydges Hotel in Campbelltown

Similarly, Boy George, who hasn’t been able to return to Australia either, is usually put up in a $27,000-per-month mansion in Centennial Park.

He has been staying in the same rental while filming the past two seasons.

Delta Goodrem and Guy Sebastian live locally, so they stay at home during filming.

Not too shabby! Boy George, who hasn't been able to return to Australia for the Battle Rounds due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, is usually put up in a $27,000-per-month mansion in Centennial Park (pictured) while in Sydney

Not too shabby! Boy George, who hasn’t been able to return to Australia for the Battle Rounds due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, is usually put up in a $27,000-per-month mansion in Centennial Park (pictured) while in Sydney

Luxury: Although Kelly Rowland hasn't been able to return for the Battle Rounds, the Destiny's Child star always has a five-star suite reserved at QT Bondi (pictured) when she's in town

Luxury: Although Kelly Rowland hasn’t been able to return for the Battle Rounds, the Destiny’s Child star always has a five-star suite reserved at QT Bondi (pictured) when she’s in town 

Filming for the show resumed last week following a three-month hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The Veronicas’ Jess and Lisa Origliasso will help mentor Boy George’s acts, while Marcia Hines will assist with Kelly Rowland’s team.  

George and Kelly will still appear in the series and have been coaching their singers remotely via FaceTime. 

Shake up: The Voice will introduce two new guest mentors this year, after international judges George and Kelly were unable to travel to Australia. Pictured from left: Boy George, Delta Goodrem, Darren McMullen, Renee Bargh, Guy Sebastian and Kelly Rowland

Shake up: The Voice will introduce two new guest mentors this year, after international judges George and Kelly were unable to travel to Australia. Pictured from left: Boy George, Delta Goodrem, Darren McMullen, Renee Bargh, Guy Sebastian and Kelly Rowland

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