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Wes Carr (born 14 December 1982) is the winner of the sixth season of Australian Idol.

Top 24Edit

Wes performed in the first group. He sang "Times Like These" by Foo Fighters. He received enough votes to send him to the Top 12 along with Chrislyn Hamilton.

Top 12Edit

During the first week, Wes sang "Beautiful Day" by U2. He garnered enough votes to be considered "safe" that week.

Top 11Edit

Wes sang "Dancing in the Dark" by Bruce Springsteen. He garnered enough votes to be considered "safe" that week.

Top 10Edit

Wes sang "Friday on My Mind" by The Easybeats. He garnered enough votes to be considered "safe" that week.

Top 9Edit

Wes sang "Fernando" by ABBA. He garnered enough votes to be considered "safe" that week.

Top 8Edit

Wes sang "Desire" by U2. He garnered enough votes to be considered "safe" that week.

Top 7Edit

Wes sang "If I Were a Carpenter" by The Four Tops. He garnered enough votes to be considered "safe" that week.

Top 6Edit

Wes sang "Jumpin' Jack Flash" by The Rolling Stones. He garnered enough votes to be considered "safe" that week.

Top 5Edit

Wes sang "Black or White" by Michael Jackson. He garnered enough votes to be considered "safe" that week.

Top 4Edit

Wes sang "When You Were Young" by The Killers and "What a Wonderful World" by Louis Armstrong. He was put in the Bottom 2 for that week.

Top 3Edit

Wes sang "Easy" by Commodores and "Get Back" by The Beatles. He garnered enough votes to be considered "safe" that week.

Top 2Edit

Wes sang "White Noise" by The Living End and "You". He won the title of Australian Idol.

Australian Idol

Seasons: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7
Winners: Guy Sebastian (2003) | Casey Donovan (2004) | Kate DeAraugo (2005) | Damien Leith (2006) | Natalie Gauci (2007) | Wes Carr (2008) | Stan Walker (2009)
Runners-up: Shannon Noll (2003) | Anthony Callea (2004) | Emily Williams (2005) | Jessica Mauboy (2006) | Matt Corby (2007) | Luke Dickens (2008) | Hayley Warner (2009)
Third placers: Cosima De Vito (2003) | Courtney Murphy (2004) | Lee Harding (2005) | Dean Geyer (2006) | Carl Riseley (2007) | Mark Spano (2008) | James Johnston (2009)
Lists: List of all contestants | List of songs performed on Australian Idol
Categories: Category:Australian Idol | Category:Australian Idol participants