It was a tense semi-final for The Voice, and there certainly were some shocking eliminations. Previous competition frontrunners Jaz Ellington and Ruth Brown were sensationally knocked out as Tyler James, Leanne Mitchell, Bo Bruce and Vince Kidd all made it through to the first ever Voice finals and the chance to win a record contract with Universal music.
It was the first time that The Voice coaches, will.i.am, Jessie J, Sir Tom Jones and Danny O’Donoghue had no say whatsoever in who remained in the competition, as the public alone voted for who they wanted to see advance in the contest.
Bo Bruce's rendition of Coldplay's 'Charlie Brown' saw her effortlessly sail through into the final, alongside Billy Idol lookalike Vince Kidd, who performed a knockout version of the Amy Winehouse classic 'Back To Black.'
Holiday park singer Leanne Mitchell belted out Whitney Houston’s 'Run To You,' which proved to be winner with the public, and she will now go up against heartthrob Tyler James, who sang a soulful interpretation of Queen’s 'Bohemian Rhapsody'.
Next week as well as singing solo, the four Voice UK finalists will partner up with their respective coaches to perform a duet, and the coaches themselves will take to the stage for another group performance, following their previous rendition of Black Eyed Peas hit ‘I Gotta Feeling’ on the very first episode of The Voice.
In an exciting twist, the coaches will sing a medley of each other’s greatest hits, which will mean Sir Tom will be taking on a Black Eyed Peas classic, while Danny O’Donoghue tries to match Jessie J’s runs - it certainly looks set to be a spectacular final!
The Voice UK final airs at 7:20PM on BBC One on Saturday.
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