All four judges of The Voice Australia give Mick ‘The Mower Man” Harrington a standing ovation before he proposes to Bec on stage
All four judges gave Mick ‘The Man Mower’ Harrington standing ovations for his rendition Of Somewhere Over The Rainbow.
However, it was Bec’s proposal to him on stage, right after, in front of their young daughters, that broke the hearts of Jessica Mauboy, Rita Ora, and Jessica Mauboy.
Victoria woman of 32 years owns a lawn mower gardening businessHe then lowered to one knee and presented Bec with an exquisite diamond ring.
Emotional scenes: Mick “The Mower Man” Harrington received a standing ovation by all four judges of The Voice Australia’s Sunday episode. This was before he proposed (pictured).
Mick’s renditions of Eva Cassidy’s Somewhere Over The Rainbow got him a standing ovation.
“Was it you that just sang that?” Keith was shocked and asked Mick to join Guy, who commented that the performance was just phenomenal’.
Keith added, “One thing this show epitomises about books is that you shouldn’t judge them by their covers.” There is an absolute beauty in your voice, and it’s all spirit. It’s pure spirit.
Captivating performance: Mick’s rendition of Eva Cassidy’s Somewhere Over The Rainbow earned him a standing ovation from Rita Ora, Jessica Mauboy, Guy Sebastian and Keith Urban
Blown away: Keith (pictured) said of his performance: ‘One of the things this show epitomises is that you cannot judge a book by its cover. Your voice has an absolute beauty, and it’s all spirit. It’s pure spirit.
Jessica also shared her thoughts and said, “This moment that I know is going change your life.”
Mick, who chose Jessica for his coach, stunned the judges when he proposed to his girlfriend Bec while he was undergoing emotional scenes on stage.
Bec was presented with a stunning engagement band by the talented singer. Bec was obviously confused and said “Yes!”
Jessica (pictured) shares her thoughts: “This moment, I know, is going to transform your life.”
Reality TV gold: Mick proposes to Bec on stage, shocking all judges
Mick shared how much his family means to him before the proposal.
Mick Harrington. I own my own lawnmower. gardeningbusiness He stated on camera, “I work hard every single day for my children as well as for my beautiful wife.”
The man who is so dedicated to his family also said that he sees the potential of the show as changing his life.
Monday’s Voice will continue on Channel Seven at 7.30pm.
Devoted family man: Prior to the proposal, Mick revealed just how much his family means to him. Mick Harrington. I own my own lawn mower. He said, “I work hard every day for both my children and my beautiful partner.”