PICTURES! The Voice UK 2019: See tonight's latest blind auditions

Here are all the pictures from the sixth round of blind auditions on The Voice 2019 UK tonight.

This evening sees the penultimate try outs for series eight of The Voice UK which continues on ITV.

The first stage in the search for a new vocal superstar draws to a close with global music legends will.i.am, Jennifer Hudson, Sir Tom Jones and Olly Murs on this year's panel.

The talented four piece are still on their quest to uncover the best vocal talent that Britain has to offer.

Once again, up for grabs for this year’s winner is a life changing record contract with Polydor Records.

After the first five weeks, Teams Olly and Jennifer now have eight acts apiece while Teams Will and Tom both have seven acts chosen.

Each coach can only pick 10 acts for the next stages - the battle rounds - and so with only a handful of spaces left, impressing the coaches will be harder than ever.

Acts we meet tonight include 22-year-old Nyema Kalfon from Winchester who sings ‘Answerphone’ by Banx & Ranx and Ella Eyre and 16-year-old Gabriel Dryss from London who performs ‘Treasure’ by Bruno Mars - will either get a spin?

34-year-old Claire McCulloch from Dundee, 27-year-old Gisela Green from London and 24-year-old Stephanie Hill from Peak District are all also amoungst this week's acts hoping to turn the judges.

21-year-old Georgia Bray from Cannock sings ‘Firework’ by Katy Perry for her audition before 29-year-old Jack Hawitt from Barrow-in-Furness tries to tempt the coaches with ‘Diamonds’ by Rihanna

Rounding off the latest batch of hopefuls are 34-year-old Kenza Blanka from London and 23-year-old Deana from Liverpool.

As always, the coaches will sit with their back to the stage and decide whether or not to spin based only on what they hear.

Each of the contestants who step out on stage must hold their nerve as the perform to the backs of the coaches, hoping to see at least one of the chairs spin around.

The Voice 2019 continues at 8PM tonight, Saturday February 9 on ITV.

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