Jessica Mauboy amazed audiences last night in her first major television role The Secret Daughter that premiered on Channel 7 last night!
The new Australian television drama is about finding the family you really belong to and finding true love in an ever more complicated world. THE SECRET DAUGHTER is a contemporary, modern show that explores the world of the have and the have-nots and what happens when they collide.
Fan’s were so excited and impressed by Jessica Mauboy’s performance on the series that the show was trending on social media last night.
Here’s a peek at some of the reactions to her performance:
Feedback shows that everyone is excited to see how the rest of the series unfolds. Congrats Jess on an amazing premier night!
Jessica Mauboy stunned on the NRL grand final stage over the long weekend, performing a rendition of ‘Wake Me Up’ and a fantastic duet with none other than legendary country artist, Keith Urban!
Jess opened the pre-match show in a white gown before changing outfits and reappearing minutes later. Sporting a vibrant red dress, Jess was clearly delighted to be on stage performing in front of thousands of rugby league fans.
Jess’ duet with country singer Keith Urban was widely viewed as the highlight of the pre-game entertainment.
In her first major television role, ARIA and ACCTA-winner, singer, songwriter & actress JESSICA MAUBOY, will star in THE SECRET DAUGHTER, a contemporary family drama produced by SCREENTIME for the SEVEN NETWORK.
A new Australian television drama that is about finding the family you really belong to and finding true love in an ever more complicated world. THE SECRET DAUGHTER is a contemporary, modern show that explores the world of the have and the have-nots and what happens when they collide.
To compliment the forthcoming TV series, JESSICA MAUBOY has delivered a truly amazing 17 track album featuring five original tracks (Risk It, Stuck In The Middle, Home To Me, Closer, Something About You) along with her interpretations of hits of today and the past including Flame Trees (Cold Chisel), Photograph (Ed Sheeran), Big Girls Cry (Sia), It Must Have Been Love (Roxette), Better Be Home Soon (Crowded House) to name a few.