Here’s a recap of how The Voice Kids 2020 teams look after the last round of blind auditions.
Series four of the The Voice Kids in the UK continued on Saturday with the fourth and final round of blind auditions.
The new series brings a change, with Paloma Faith joining the series as a coach alongside returning coaches Pixie Lott, Will.i.am and Danny Jones.
Both solo singers and double acts, aged seven to 14, are eligible to come and sing their hearts out in a bid to get a coveted chair turn to win a spot on a team. If more than one coach turns, it’s up to the contestants to pick which team to join.
After each performance, regardless of whether they’ve won a place with will, Danny, Pixie or Paloma, all four coaches will turn to give the singers words of advice and encouragement.
Each coach has nine places on their teams to fill as they head into the Blind Auditions searching for the next generation of superstar singers.
After the fourth round of blind auditions, here’s how the teams are shape up for the battles…
The Voice Kids teams 2020
Team Paloma Faith
Dara McNicholl is a 12-year-old from County Derry. His blind audition song was I Have Nothing by Whitney Houston.
12-year-old Hayley from Manchester stunned all the coaches with her blind audition performance of Stand By Me by Ben E King.
10-year-old Rachel from Ireland performed I Want to Be a Cowboy’s Sweetheart by Patsy Montana at her audition where she impressed with her yodelling.
12-year-old choirboy James performed You’ll Never Walk Alone from the musical Carousel at his blind audition.
14-year-old Isla from Hampshire showcased her love of Jazz with a cover of Summertime by Ella Fitzgerald at her audition.
13-year-old Ruby from North London performed Lullaby by Sigala and Paloma Faith to win a place on Paloma’s team.
12-year-old Heidi, the daughter of Atomic Kitten star Kerry Katona auditioned for The Voice Kids with a cover of I Try by Macy Gray.
13-year-old Sonny from London won over the coaches with a performance of Spotlight by Jennifer Hudson.
14-year-old Ruby from Stafford performed a cover of Havana by Camila Cabello for her audition.
Team Pixie Lott
13-year-old Lydia from Worcester, who was born with a genetic condition which has left her blind, performed Your Song by Elton John at her audition.
11-year-old Rae from Essex belted out Leona Lewis hit Footprints In The Sand for her blind audition.
10-year-old Aadya from Bromley performed Cheap Thrills by Sia at her blind audition.
14-year-old Joshua from Ireland sang You Are The Reason by Calum Scott at the blind auditions.
10-year-old Jemima from Cheltenham rocked out on stage for her blind audition, singing Highway To Hell by AC/DC.
13-year-old Justine from Swansea wowed at the blind auditions with a cover of Never Enough from The Greatest Showman.
Maylah from Battersea performed Un-Break My Heart by Toni Braxton for her blind audition, securing a place in the battle rounds on Team Pixie. “I had to turn!” she exclaimed.
14-year-old Ned from the village of Duffield showcased a unique version of Girls Just Want To Have Fun by Cyndi Lauper and got turns from both Pixie and Danny. Choosing between the pair, Ned went with Team Pixie.
12-year-old Jae-Jai performed a cover of Speechless from Disney’s Aladdin for his blind audition.
7-year-old Victoria from Middlesex performed How Far I’ll Go from the Disney film Moana at her blind audition.
Ray-Tee from Barry Island is a young singer and rap artist who performed That’s Not Me by Skepta at the auditions.
11-year-old Thaila from London got Will.i.am turning after performing Cardi B, Bad Bunny & J Balvin’s I Like It at the blind auditions.
13-year-old Savannah flew from Switzerland to audition, performing a cover of Killing Me Softly.
13-year-old Fraya from Liverpool performed Jorja Smith & Preditah’s On My Mind in her blind audition.
13-year-old Amos from Milton Keynes performed AJ Tracey’s Ladbroke Grove at his blind audition.
11-year-old Ruby belted out Shut Up and Dance by WALK THE MOON at the blind auditions.
12-year-old Misha from North Wales belted out Demi Lovato’s Confident at her audition.
13-year-old Lilly from Gloucestershire gave a haunting performance of Lost Without You by Freya Ridings at her audition.
Team Danny Jones
7-year-old Jimmy from Kent performed Parklife by Blur for his blind audition.
10-year-old George from Peterborough rocked out on stage as he performed Plug in Baby by Muse at the blind auditions.
Connie showcased a powerful performance of Somewhere in the blind auditions.
14-year-old Gracie from Wigan returned to the show after not getting a turn last year. She performed You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me by Dusty Springfield for her blind audition.
13-year-old Blair from Scotland performed The Bucket by Kings Of Leon for his blind audition, playing the guitar as well as singing.
14-year-old Daria is from London used her blind audition to showcase her operatic singing voice, performing Libiamo.
13-year-old Asher from Bracknell performed Come Together by The Beatles as his blind audition.
Nessa & Cathal
14-year-old Nessa and 12-year-old Cathal are a brother and a sister duo. They performed Nothing is Written by Mumford and Sons for their blind auditions to win a spot on Team Danny.
13-year-old Jarren from London completed Team Danny after singing Just The Way You Are by Billy Joel.
What’s next on The Voice Kids?
Those who have won a spot on one of the four teams in the auditions go through to The Battles.
Each Battle will see three acts per team sing off for a place in the semi-final. There are no steals for the coaches in this competition so the youngsters will be going all out to make sure they’re one of just three acts their coach will put through to the semi-final.
From there it’s onto the live final, where the viewers will pick this year’s winner of The Voice Kids.
The Voice Kids airs Saturday nights on ITV.