The Voice Kids 2019 finalists have been confirmed – meet the final four contestants in the live shows here.
Series three of the The Voice Kids in the UK continued on Saturday with the semi-final knockouts.
The new series brings a couple of changes, with Jessie J joining the series as a coach alongside returning coaches Pixie Lott, Will.i.am and Danny Jones.
In another change, this year the competition is opened up to duos for the first time. Both solo singers and double acts, aged seven to 14, were eligible to come and sing their hearts out at the blind auditions.
Those that got a turn went through to the battles where the coaches had to cut their teams down from 9 each to just three. In each battle, three acts faced off with the same song with their coach picking just one to progress through to the semi-finals.
In the semi-finals the three acts on each team performed one at a time for the coaches and audience before their mentor picked just one to progress through to the live shows.
Meet the contestants in The Voice Kids live final 2019 below…
The Voice Kids teams 2019
Lil Shan Shan – Team Will
Lil Shan Shan
10-year-old Lil Shan Shan originally auditioned with Supersonic by JJ Fad.
In the battles, Lil Shan beat Alfie & Ava and Peyton with See You Again.
For her semi-final performance, Lil Shan Shan performed an original rap.
Keira Laver – Team Jessie J
9-year-old Keira from Dagenham originally auditioned with a cover of Neverland from the musical Finding Neverland.
In the battles, Keira won over Connie and Jazzy, singing Rewrite The Stars.
In the semi-final, Keira sang Zero To Hero from Disney movie Hercules.
Gracie-Jayne Fitzgerald – Team Pixie
12-year-old Gracie-Jayne first performed Golden Slumbers by Jennifer Hudson/The Beatles for her blind audition
In the battles, Gracie-Jayne bettered Colin and Caillin-Joe, singing “Let’s Face the Music and Dance.
For the semi-final, Gracie-Jayne performed Jimmy Cliff’s Many Rivers to Cross.
Sam Wilkinson – Team Danny
13-year-old Sam from Lewisham, London. He auditioned with Like a Rolling Stone by Bob Dylan.
In the battles, Sam beat Ivy and Ryan singing Under Pressure.
Sam’s semi-final song was Cat Stevens classic Father & Son.
What’s next on The Voice Kids?
Next weekend (Saturday, July 27) the final four will perform in the live final in the hope of winning the public vote.
Win the competition and they’ll secure a £30,000 bursary towards their musical education as well as a family holiday to Orlando courtesy of Universal Studios and Norwegian Air.
The Voice Kids airs Saturday nights on ITV.