The Voice 2014 blind auditions continue tonight on BBC One and here's a first look at the auditionees.
Ten more acts will be singing for Kylie Minogue, Will.i.am, Ricky Wilson and Sir Tom Jones, each of them hoping to get at least one of the superstar coaches to press their buzzer.
Amongst those singing this week are 55-year-old "warehouse operative" Bob Blakeley, self-confessed mummy's boy Jamie Johnson and budding politician Jermain Jackman.
Both Jimmy Weston and Lewis Clay are hoping to ditch the day jobs and break out on the show, while Kelsey-Beth Crossley has already had quite a taste of the spotlight as a star in ITV soap Emmerdale.
Mairead Conlon appears before the panel having previously lost out in the battle rounds of The Voice of Ireland, and Miles Anthony is also giving it another shot after a family illness forced him to miss his original audition for last year's show.
Finally there's vintage jazz fan Sophie May Williams, who sings Time After Time for the judges in a bid to make the next round.
The Voice UK blind auditions continue tonight at 7PM on BBC One, hosted by Emma Willis and Marvin Humes.