The Voice Australia coach Guy Sebastian fears 'going bankrupt' if he gets Covid while on tour

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The Voice Australia coach Guy Sebastian reveals he fears ‘going bankrupt’ if he gets Covid while on tour: ‘It could crumble your world’

Guy Sebastian has shared his fears at becoming ill during his national tour.

The Voice Australia coach told The Gold Coast Bulletin on Saturday that a Covid-19 diagnosis could derail his performances and leave his crew struggling.   

‘What happens if I get Covid and my whole week of shows can’t go ahead… you go bankrupt and then you can’t help any of your band and crew,’ the 40-year-old said. 

Hard: Guy Sebastian (pictured) has shared his fears at becoming ill during his national tour. The Voice Australia coach told The Gold Coast Bulletin on Saturday that a Covid-19 diagnosis could derail his performances and leave his crew struggling

Hard: Guy Sebastian (pictured) has shared his fears at becoming ill during his national tour. The Voice Australia coach told The Gold Coast Bulletin on Saturday that a Covid-19 diagnosis could derail his performances and leave his crew struggling

‘I think it’s honestly a reflection of what it is like as an artist touring at the moment,’ he went on. 

‘You feel like anything could crumble your world and that’s a big stress; we just need a little bit of certainty.’

Guy’s T.R.U.T.H National Tour takes him to Sydney on Saturday and Sunday nights, before he plays Cairns on May 10, and Townsville on May 11. 

'What happens if I get Covid and my whole week of shows can't go ahead… you go bankrupt and then you can't help any of your band and crew,' the 40-year-old said

‘What happens if I get Covid and my whole week of shows can’t go ahead… you go bankrupt and then you can’t help any of your band and crew,’ the 40-year-old said

Then the singer heads to the Gold Coast, Brisbane and Hobart, before several dates in Melbourne through the rest of May. 

He completes his travels with shows in Perth and Adelaide, as well as gigs in a series of country towns from June all the way through to November. 

Guy, who won Australian Idol in 2003, released his ninth studio album, T.R.U.T.H., in 2020.   

It comes after Guy surprisingly admitted winners of The Voice Australia are ‘unlikely’ to become instant stars. 

No hope? It comes after Guy surprisingly admitted winners of The Voice Australia are'unlikely' to become instant stars

No hope? It comes after Guy surprisingly admitted winners of The Voice Australia are ‘unlikely’ to become instant stars 

‘I think there’s no chance for anyone unless they are prepared to be thrown to the wolves. It’s a really challenging industry and it has changed a lot in the last 20 years,’ he told The Daily Telegraph. 

‘It’s unrealistic to have this notion that we’re finding a superstar because we’re removing one of the most important equations out of that, which is time.’ 

Guy coached last year’s champion Bella Taylor Smith (left) who landed a record deal with EMI Music and $100,000 – but her single Higher only peaked at No. 31 on the ARIA charts.  

Winner: Guy coached last year's champion Bella Taylor Smith (left) who landed a record deal with EMI Music and $100,000 - but her single Higher only peaked at No. 31 on the ARIA charts

Winner: Guy coached last year’s champion Bella Taylor Smith (left) who landed a record deal with EMI Music and $100,000 – but her single Higher only peaked at No. 31 on the ARIA charts

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