Debbie Aramide closed the blind auditions on The Voice UK 2018 this weekend.
The last of this auditions saw Debbie Aramide hoping to win over the coaches with a performance of Amy Winehouse's Love Is A Losing Game
Debbie is a 29-year-old backing singer and musician from London.
She was hoping a spin from one of the four coaches on Saturday night.
And the last one to perform, Debbie got that spin from Olly Murs.
This week, The Voice 2018 judges will.i.am, Jennifer Hudson, Sir Tom Jones and Olly Murs were still on the hunt for the best singers for their teams but free spots in the next round were close to zero.
After six weeks of try outs, Teams Olly, Will and Tom each had just one free space while Team Jennifer had two places to fill from the remaining contestants still to sing.
It was therefore going to prove harder than ever for this week's hopefuls to get the coaches turning.
But Debbie won herself a lace in the battle rounds after getting Olly to turn for her.
Host Emma Willis was back to host the final round of auditions as the last crop of hopefuls all sought to claim a place in one of the coaches’ teams.
They needed just one coach to turn to make it, although if more than one coach spins they then have the power to pick which team to join.
However if none of the coaches turn - and with teams close to full that's more likely than ever this weekend - then they lose their right to see them.
The coaches will stay with their backs to the stage while the contestant must make a lonely exit to the side of the stage without speaking to or seeing the coaches.
The Voice UK 2018 returns next weekend with the battle rounds.