Mitch Tambo has done it again.
The Gamilaraay performer earned a second golden buzzer - in the Australia's Got Talent semi-finals on Sunday - for his stunning rendition of the John Farnham classic You're the Voice.
The performance drew praise from all five judges.
Manu Feildel said "if i could press play again, I would" while Nicole Scherzinger reiterated the comments she made after Tambo's first performance a month ago.
"I respect you so much for preserving your culture and giving it a voice and I am so proud that you were my golden buzzer, I love you," she said.
Guest judge Natalie Bassingthwaighte comments came last but they definitely weren't the least.
"I'm telling you right now, you are the new voice of our generation - I love you and because of that, I'm sorry, but I have no choice but to," Bassingthwaighte said before slamming the golden buzzer to raucous applause.
Tambo's performance of You're the Voice incorporated both the Gamilaraay and English languages.
While the performance was powerful, Tambo may have left his most meaningful message for after the show.
"For me, personally, I really want to be the voice to encourage all of my people and all my youth to be proud of who they are and where they come from...to everyone from all walks of life, and cultures, and minorities, and religions - to be proud of who you are and just, you know, we've just gotta love one another and embrace one another so we can move forward," he said.
Tambo now moves through to the Australia's Got Talent grand final which will air on Sunday, September 22.
The Leaderinterviewed Tambo exclusively before his first performance on Australia's Got Talent, where he talked about the cultural significance behind his elaborate headpiece.
Backed up with two singers, a musician and a traditional dancer, Tambo's unique performance impressed Manu Fieldel.
"You said you were here on this show because you wanted to share your culture and what you presented today was fantastic," Fieldel said.
"I love, really love the didgeridoo, I just wish I could learn how to play.
"The talent in continuous breathing and blowing at the same time is a unique talent that only exists in Australia and it's wonderful."