The Voice 2013: Our top three blind auditions from week two

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The Voice 2013 continued on Saturday night as the second batch of budding artists went before the coaches.

13 more wannabe performers sung their hearts out for Jessie J,, Danny O’Donoghue and Sir Tom Jones.

We’ve picked our favourite three performers who stood out to us below, be sure to agree or disagree and add your own top picks from the blind auditions so far in the comment section!

Alys Williams

Alys' nerves certainly got the better of her last year but there were few signs of those rough notes this time around. The Welsh singer wowed both us and the coaches with her cover of The Cave.

Taking 23 minutes to decide which of the four coaches to join did drag on, especially when we all knew it would be Sir Tom Jones all along.

Liam Tamne

Putting aside the over egging of the sob story, Liam Tamne's audition was the best so far this series in our view. It is however little surprise, given his huge professional background in the West End, but will Liam make the live shows?

Emma Jade Garbutt

We quite like Emma simply because she was something different, not only for The Voice but also for talent shows in the UK in general. Her country cover of Sweet Child O' Mine split a lot of viewers but we quite loved it.