The Voice 2013 finished with its blind auditions on Saturday night as the sixth and final batch of budding artists went before the coaches.
From former reality telly stars and past Eurovision winners to inexperienced teenage wannabes, Saturday's show once again saw a huge variety of hopefuls performing.
But while they may have all come from vastly different backgrounds, it was only their voice that could get them through to the next round.
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!
Abi's cover of Oasis' hit Stop Crying Your Heart out with an Indian twist has been our favourite audition of this year's series, and we're looking forward to what she'll do to mix up her performances in future. That said, Abi did seem a tad disappoint that only Danny turned around for her, and we're rather shocked ourselves none of the other coaches did!
At any other stage in the competition, Bronwen Lewis' cover of Fields of Gold would've got all four of the coaches pressing their buzzers, we're sure. Unfortunately for the Welsh singer, only Jessie and Will had spots on their team and both were playing it safe when it came to turning. While Brownwen missed out on a spot in the battles, we're sure we'll be seeing her in the future very soon.
We didn't see this performance coming from Moni as he walked on stage, but quickly fell in love with him and his voice. The 'Jewmaican' joined Team Will and we're already excited for more fun performances from the Essex lad.