The second part of the second round of The Voice UK takes place tonight.
With the blind auditions complete, superstar coaches Jessie J, will.i.am, Danny O’Donoghue and Tom Jones now each have ten artists on their respective teams.
But their mission to find the UK’s next great voice gets tougher as they must now divide their teams in to five pairs.
Trusted teammates become singing rivals as each pair tries to outdo each other in a battle duet.
Expect some tough decisions ahead as each coach must choose just one artist per battle duet to put through to the live shows. Who will be knocked out… and who will be left singing?
After the first part of the Battles stage, the teams look like this:
Team will.i.am: Tyler James, Joelle Moses, Jaz Ellington.
Team Jessie J: Toni Warne, Vince Kidd.
Team Sir Tom Jones: Samuel Buttery, Ruth Brown.
Team Danny O’Donoghue: Max Milner, Bo Bruce.
The pairings and song choices for the second part of the Battles stage are:
Sophie Griffin v J Marie Cooper – “Firework”, Katy Perry
Frances Wood v Kate Read – “Ironic”, Alanis Morissette
Cassius Henry v David Falkner – “Beat It”, Michael Jackson
Becky Hill v Indie and Pixie – “Irreplaceable”, Beyoncé
Ruth Anne St Luce v Ben Kelly – “I Wanna Dance with Somebody”, Whitney Houston
Sir Tom Jones
Denise Morgan v Adam Isaac – “Use Somebody”, Kings of Leon
Matt and Sueleen v Lindsey Butler – “Born to Run”, Bruce Springsteen
Barbara Bryceland v Leanne Mitchell – “The Edge of Glory”, Lady Gaga
Aleks Josh v Emmy J Mac – “Broken Strings”, James Morrison
Hannah Berney v Murray Hockridge – “Kids”, Robbie Williams ft. Kylie Minougue
David Julien v John James Newman – “Dakota”, Stereophonics
Join Holly Willoughby and Reggie Yates for The Voice, 7:30pm, tonight on BBC One and BBC One HD.
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