The Voice 2013 continues this weekend with the Knockout rounds.
The coaches – Jessie J, Tom Jones, Will.i.am and Danny O’Donoghue – must reduce their teams of seven down to the top three who will then progress to the live shows.
On Saturday and Sunday night, the coaches will pit their seven remaining artists against each other for one final battle in The Knockouts to compete for the final three places on their respective teams.
It is now the artists who take control – they will each choose just one ‘Killer Song’ that they think will give them the very best chance to impress their coach.
In a further twist, the artists won’t know who they’re up against until the moment they’re chosen to take the stage.
Tension and adrenaline will be running high as the artists all battle it out to make it through to the live quarter finals and win one of the three coveted places on their team.
Tonight’s show is on BBC One from 8.30pm, while Sunday’s edition starts at 7.15pm on the same channel.
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