The Voice wins Sunday; Eurovison final down

Daisy Doctor
By Daisy Doctor | 15 May 2017
Isaiah Firebrace

Nine's prime time show The Voice continues to top ratings, beating House Rules and MasterChef with an average metro audience of 1.1 million viewers tuning into the show last night.

The Voice was the most watched show in the 18-49 and 25-54 demographics, with 412,000 and 456,000 viewers respectively.

Seven's House Rules attracted 927,000 viewers, and was the most popular among 16-39 year olds with 252,000 viewers.

Ten's MasterChef pulled in an average metro audience of 734,000 viewers. The program featured a guest appearance from Attica's head chef Ben Shewry and was the second most popular show among 16-39s and third with 18-49s however fell to fifth in the 25-54s demographic.

The 2017 Eurovision Final on SBS, drew an average metro audience of 308,000, down more than 250,000 from 2016's final.

Aussie singer Isaiah Firebrace, who won last year's The X Factor, placed in the top 10 of the comp, coming in ninth with his performance of Don't Come Easy. Australian-Danish singer Anja Nissen, who won the third series of The Voice Australia, competed for Denmark and came in at 20th.

Last year's screening likely drew in a larger crowd being that the country's representative, Dami Im, came second in the competition.

This year's final saw a Ukrainian prankster donning the Australian flag, crashing the stage and mooning the audience during a performance.

Last week's ratings saw Seven win the overall prime time channel share with 38.7% of viewers, followed by Nine with 34.9% and Ten with 26.4%. Nine's The Voice was the top program of the week overall, with an average metro audience of 1.1 million for the week.

Check out a wrap of last week's ratings below:


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