The Voice UK 2014 teams are now starting to take shape so we want to know which you think is the strongest.
At the end of the latest blind audition show, Sir Tom Jones is still leading the way with over half of his acts now chosen… and so far they’re still all girls.
The seven female stars on Team Tom are Sally Barker, Irish performer Mairead Conlon, sister of McFly’s Danny Jones, Vicky Jones, Celestine, Adele’s cousin Georgia Harrup, former girlband member Laverne Scott-Roberts and latest addition from yesterday evening’s show Melissa.
Twins Tila & Tavelah Robinson became the latest act to win won a spot on Team Ricky, joining Former Emmerdale actress Kelsey-Beth Crossley, teenager Beth McCarthy, rocker Myles Evans and Christina Marie.
Will.i.am added a further two girls to his team last night with Jessica Steele and Sarah Eden-Winn joining 19-year-old Iesher Haughton, Jazz fan Sophie May Williams, musical politician Jermain Jackman and Scottish singer and harpist Anna McLuckie on the Black Eyed Peas star’s line up.
Finally Kylie Mingoue got some girls on her team as she picked up three artists: Duo Gemyni, Belfast mum Jai McConnell and youngster Rachael O’Connor. The trio joins her previously all male line up of mummy’s boy Jamie Johnson, singer-songwriter Jimmy Weston, insurance salesman Lee Glasson, who won over the Aussie with one of her own tracks in Week 1, and former star of The Streets Leo Ihenacho.
After Week 3 Team Will was proving the most popular (after Kylie led in Week 2) but has it changed again following the latest round of blind auditions?
Which of the four teams do you think is shaping up to be the most talented? Vote for your favourite Voice 2014 Team in our new poll below…
The Voice 2014 continues next Saturday night on BBC One.