Here's your weekly sneak peek at The Voice 2014 blind auditions with a bumper show tonight.
A whopping twelve acts are seen going in front of the coaches and we see some series firsts including a full standing ovation from the panel with all four coaches turning round for two acts.
But one of the coaches doesn't win a single act for their team all evening while another gets four (all female) artists on theirs.
First onto the stage this evening is 20 year old Andy Otley, an estate agent from North Wales. Singing Olly Murs' Dance With Me Tonight, Andy comes out with a quote that wouldn't be too out of place on The Apprentice saying cheesily: "I'm going to use all my sales tactics and sell myself to the coaches."
19-year-old 'popcorn cleaner upper' Iesher Haughton is next up to sing for the coaches and impresses with a cover of Who's Loving You to get the audience on their feet, but is it enough to win the coaches over?
Swing singing superhero (his words, not ours) Paul Back performs a Swing version of Van Halen hit Jump next. The tattoo artist admits he's usually judged on his appearance so will the coaches like him based solely on the vocals?
In the weekly game of guess-who-makes-it-through we see Adele's cousin Georgia Harrup face off against 'Danny from McFly's sister Vicky Jones.
First up is Bolton born Vicky who admits she didn't invite Danny along to the audition before going on to belt out Bed Of Roses by Bon Jovi.
Next, Georgia tells the cameras she's ready to "show the world what I'm made of" as she bursts into song with an upbeat cover of Hallelujah I Love Her So by Ray Charles.
42-year-old Si Genaro describes himself as an acoustic beat boxing folk punk reggae artist and his mix of musical genres takes the coaches by surprise. Performing a bizarre version of Down Under, Si reveals to the panel that he spends his time chasing badgers while living up a tree in the forest. For some reason we aren't really surprised.
A string of rockers are the next to take to the stage all hoping to impress new coach Ricky Wilson.
Nathan Kobierowski, John Rush, Jeff Anderson and Myles Evans all perform for the panel but only one gets any of the coaches turning, with Will.i.am getting frustrated as picky Ricky refuses to press his buzzer.
Closing the show is 31-year-old Laverne Scott-Roberts. The mum of four tells the camera that it's the first time she's stepped out on stage in ten years before singing Explosions by Ellie Goulding for the panel, but will it on to the battle rounds or be back to housework for Laverne?
The Voice UK blind auditions air this evening on BBC One from 7PM.
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