Here's a recap of all of this evening's Voice UK blind auditions action as another twelve acts battled for a spot on one of the four teams.
First out was 20-year old Welsh estate agent Andy Otley. He performed Olly Murs' Dance With Me Tonight but despite promising beforehand to use all of his "sales tactics" to win over the coaches had none of them pressing his buzzer. Andy's performance did however prompt thus week's token bizarre comment from Will.i.am who compared the youngster's performance to driving over a possum.
19-year-old 'popcorn cleaner upper' Iesher Haughton was next up to sing for the coaches had a much better reaction with her cover of Who's Loving You. All four coaches turned for the teen - a first this series - with Will pressing his buzzer just two notes in.
Iesher's performance ended with all four of the coaches on their feet before they went head to head to win her for their teams but it was always going to be Team Will for her.
Swing singing superhero (his words, not ours) Paul Back performed Swing version of Van Halen hit Jump next but it was another no-turner for the coaches.
Adele's cousin Georgia Harrup and 'Danny from McFly's sister Vicky Jones then both went before the panel in separate auditions.
Bolton born Vicky admitted she didn't invite Danny along to the audition but was quick to phone him up after joining Team Tom following her performance of Bed Of Roses by Bon Jovi.
Georgia burst onto stage with an upbeat cover of Hallelujah I Love Her So by Ray Charles and almost went home without any coaches turning after getting the panel into a distracting dance frenzy. Sir Tom however did press his buzzer at the last possible to second (while Kylie as too late) to scoop up the 27-year-old as the fourth act in his team.
In a blink-and-you'll-miss-it audition, 30 year old Celestine then appeared singing All This Love That I'm Giving to become the third act of the night to join Team Tom, the fifth member overall of the all female line up on the Welsh star's team.
42-year-old Si Genaro described himself as an acoustic beat boxing folk punk reggae artist, who also played the harmonica. In an audition that many would see as an X Factor novelty performance, Si first sung a cover of Down Under which included playing the harmonica, vocals and even some beat boxing.
It was all just too much for the coaches with none of them turning but it seemed hard to get Si - who revealed to the panel that he spends his time chasing badgers while living up a tree in the forest - off the stage. The singer went on to perform his own original track Chicken Train but despite his best efforts it was still a no.
A string of rockers are the next to take to the stage all hoping to impress new coach Ricky Wilson.
Nathan Kobierowski, John Rush and Jeff Anderson all went before the panel but got no chairs spinning as Will.i.am became ever frustrated with picky Ricky refusing to press his buzzer for any of them despite encouragement from his fellow coaches.
It all changed with Myles Evans, a trainee lawyer who was put forward to take part by his sister. The 26-year-old sung High Hopes and had both Ricky and Sir Tom to pick between after his performance, choosing to become the third member of Team Ricky.
Closing the show was 31-year-old Laverne Scott-Roberts. The mum of four told the camera that it's the first time she's stepped out on stage in ten years, although she did audition for The Factor back in 2011. Singing Explosions by Ellie Goulding for the panel, the single mum became only the second act of the series to have all four coaches pressing their buzzer for her.
After listening to each of their varied pitched, Laverne's tough decision concluded with her opting to become the sixth member of Team Tom.
The Voice 2014 teams... so far
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The Voice UK blind auditions continue next Saturday evening on BBC One from 7PM.
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