The Voice UK 2017 results! Team's finalists revealed

Tonight's The Voice UK results

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Tonight's The Voice UK 2017 results are in and the latest finalists have been confirmed.

This evening was the third live knockout round and it was Team Will's contestants in the spotlight.


By the end of the evening, the six on Team Will became three following a public vote and a tough decision by

Tonight's The Voice UK results

In the live Voice UK knock out round results, it was Jason Jones, Michelle John and Tanya Lacey who made it through to the quarter-finals of the competition.


Earlier in the evening, the six acts in Will's team took to the stage one at a time to perform.

Tanya Lacey, Will's steal from the battles, was first out, singing Changing by Sigma Ft. Paloma Faith.

She was followed by Hayley Eccles who performed Need You Now by Lady Antebellum and then Jason Jones who sang Into You by Ariana Grande.


Lia White put a spin on Girls Just Wanna Have Fun by Cyndi Lauper while Clara Hurtado belted out Alarm by Anne-marie before Michelle John closed the live show with I Can't Make You Love Me by Bonnie Raitt

After the performances followed a short public vote.

In the results, host Emma Willis first announced the two acts with the most public votes which were - in no particular order - Jason and Michelle, going straight into the live finals.

Will then had the power to pick a third finalist from his remaining four, selecting Tanya to join Jason and Michelle in the final.

He said: "Every single one of them are dynamic artists... who I pick does not mean the folks that go home we don't figure out how we work with each other. This is for the show and who I think will work for the finals."

The three will go forward to the quarter-final later this month


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The Voice UK 2017 returns live Sunday night at 7:45PM on ITV with the fourth and final round of knock out rounds, this time with Gavin Rossdale's acts.

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