Jack Vidgen, Bonnie Anderson, Joe Robinson, Andrew De Silva and the members of Justice Crew are some famous people from "Australia's Got Talent." A pop music group, Justice Crew won the fourth edition of “Australia's Got Talent” in 2010. Originally a dance troupe, Justice Crew was formed in 2009 with members Samson Smith, Lenny Pearce, John Pearce, Paul Merciadez and Lukas Bellesini, along with Solo Tohi.
The group became recording artists after signing a record deal with Sony Music Australia following its success at “Australia’s Got Talent.” The group had moderate success with its first three singles: "Dance with Me," "Friday to Sunday" and "And Then We Dance." It was with the fourth single, “Boom Boom,” that the group found major success, with the Australian Recording Industry Association certifying it six times platinum. As of August 2015, the group has eight ARIA Music Awards nominations. "Everybody," “Que Sera” and "Best Night" are other singles from the group.
Bonnie Anderson, a songwriter and singer, won the 2007 edition of "Australia's Got Talent" at the age of 12. “Raise the Bar,” her debut single, was released in 2013. In 2012, Bonnie featured in "Gonna Make You Sweat" along with Justice Crew. “Blackout,” “Rodeo” and “Unbroken” are some of Bonnie's other singles.
Singer Jack Vidgen won the fifth season of "Australia's Got Talent." “Yes I Am” was his first single, released in 2011. His debut album of the same name was released in the same year. ARIA Albums Chart certified the album as gold. His second album, “Inspire,” was released in April 2012.