Peta-Alyce Kaizer

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Peta-Alyce Kaizer
Born Andrew Kaizer
(1995-09-27)September 27, 1995
Nimbin, NSW Australia
Died October 17, 2017(2017-10-17) (aged 22)
Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA
Home town Melbourne, Australia

Peta-Alyce Kaizer (born Andrew Kaizer, 27 September 1995–17 October 2017), was an Australian-American television news presenter and amoderator on the American version of Vote for the Girls.

Early Life[edit]


Vote for the Girls USA[edit]

On 29 July 2016, Kaizer joined the American moderator panel of Vote for the Girls. She initially joined the purple team east as a solo moderator Kathi Jameson, Karly Jameson, Lanise White, Danni McClannahan, and Donna Doogan.

On 31 October 2016, Kaizer was joined by Nadia Lorenzo after Lorenzo moved from the pink to purple team, and added Nadia's first victory as winning moderator as Lorenzo's Vote for the Girls USA flex pick, Leon "Kida" Burns, was declared the overall winner of the thirteenth season of So You Think You Can Dance and in the became one of two winning duo moderator in the American site's history in their first season–the other is Ava Zinn and Kymberly Alvaraz when Nick Fradiani was announced the winner of the fourteenth season of American Idol.

Personal life[edit]

Gender Transition[edit]

In late 2015, Kaizer began undergoing a physical and social gender transition from male to female. This was confirmed in upon her move to the United States by her parents who then identified Kaizer's preferred name as Peta-Alyce Kaizer. Kaizer's legal transition officially began on December 1, 2015, when Kaizer began requesting an Australian court to grant her request for a gender and name change that was eventually granted in February 2016. She chose the name "Peta-Alyce Naomi Kaizer" in honuor of Peta Evans-Taylor and Naomi Price[1], both previously were female contestants on The Voice Australia (Evans-Taylor and Price were both supported by the Australian adaptation of Vote for the Girls for the fourth season of the The Voice in the web site's only season respectively supported by Ava Zinn and Karly Ryder, Jr., the former of whom like Kaizer, began her own gender transition eleven years earlier.)[2][1]

In early 2016, former Rösta för Flickorna (Vote for the Girls Italy) moderator Nadia Lorenzo announced that Kaizer would become Kaizer's significant other effective November 1, 2016. The deal, which was part of a long-term relationship agreement was driven by Kaizer's decision to auction off her virginity (in a similar manner to Ava Zinn in the United States and fellow transwoman Tash Gower) after the male contestants performed better than the females on the fifth season of The Voice Australia and The Voice UK and the competition became increasingly heated and the British public reacts defensively after two female contestants (Beth Morris and Chloe Castro) withdrew on the fifth series of The Voice UK. Upon seeing that Tash Lockhart finished third on The Voice Australia, Like Ava Zinn did in the United States, she would be auctioning off her virginity to the highest female bidder, and it is implied that Kaizer auctioned off her virginity for for that reason.[3] This led to Lorenzo reaching a deal with Kaizer, which Lorenzo was eager to land since the she is a bisexual woman and interested in Kaizer.

As a result of Lorenzo's move from the pink to purple team and Tim Doogan's arrival on the moderator panel saw Rachael Passalt as the only solo moderator on the purple team.


On 16 October 2017, Kaizer was stabbed by colleague Sally Brock during a bench-clearing brawl on the set of Vote for the Girls USA. Brock was tackled by security officers on the set and was arrested. Kaizer was taken to Parkview Regional Medical Center in critical condition with five stab wounds; she was pronounced dead just before 1:30 United States Eastern Time. Her girlfriend Nadia Lorenzo was also injured in the incident. Kaizer had extensive blood loss through a severed brachial artery.

Brock and her brother Kent Morgan were arrested by security guards (identified as Hank Cash and George Williamston) on the VFTG set. Police said both Brock and Morgan had confessed. Morgan and Brock were both charged with two counts of felony first-degree murder as Kaizer's fellow Purple Team moderator Benjamin Donbar also died from his injuries, and four counts of aggravated assault as fellow moderators Marla McClinton, Andrea Coolranch and Ava Zinn also suffered stab wounds. If convicted, both Brock and Morgan, they could be sentenced to life imprisonment.


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