Casey Donovan Performs At 2005 Deadly Awards

‘Australian Idol’ season two champ Casey Donovan performed at the 2005 Deadly Awards at the Opera House on September 22nd in Sydney, Australia. The Deadly Awards are The National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Music, Sport, Entertainment and Community awards, honoring Indigenous achievers in sport, the arts, health and education.

Casey Donovan Digs At Kyle Sandilands

The Sunday Times reports that Casey Donovan says she wouldn’t have made it through the first round of ‘Australian Idol’ auditions this year with new judge Kyle Sandilands (of the Kyle and Jackie O. Show) on the show. “The new Idol is good but I just don’t know what is going on with picking all of the hot chicky babes,” Donovan said. As for the comparisons to last year’s runner-up Anthony Callea, who has had more success selling records, the plus-sized singer said, “I am a bit annoyed with it. It takes its toll on me, but it hurts my family even more.” The full story at has since been removed.

Casey Donovan Visits Lowie’s hot30 Countdown

‘Australian Idol’ season two champ Casey Donovan was on Lowie’s hot30 Countdown the other night. She denied claims she was being dropped by her record label, or that she was feuding with ‘Idol’ runner-up Anthony Callea. Donovan also revealed she has a boyfriend and admitted to times of having second thoughts about a singing career. The plus-sized singer then took part in a skit with Lowie and Chodoboy. has since removed the audio.

Casey Donovan ‘Flow’ Video

Casey Donovan 'Flow' single cover

‘Australian Idol’ season two champ Casey Donovan is out with the video to her new ballad ‘Flow’. The song is featured on the pop rock artist’s debut album ‘For You’, released on BMG. Watch it online below.

Casey Donovan Is Australia’s New ‘Idol’ Champ

Casey Donovan was the big winner on the second season of ‘Australian Idol’, beating out 21-year-old Anthony Callea in the finale on Sunday night. “I would just like to thank every single person, all the people that have worked on this show, my mum, my stepdad, my family, my friends,” the plus-sized 16-year-old said before about 2000 cheering fans inside the Opera House. “(Anthony) is a great guy … and I can’t thank everybody enough.”