The Voice 2014: The most popular blind auditions (so far!)

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As we approach the halfway point of The Voice UK's blind auditions we take a look at which of acts have been proving popular so far.

And the results - according to stats provided by YouTube - are perhaps a little surprising.

We did our research and highlighted the post popular audition from each of the first three episodes of this year's series to have aired so far.

Anna McLuckie

Anna McLuckie impressed us with an unusual Harp cover of Get Lucky a first for the The Voice and probably any talent show worldwide Anna found herself in the centre of a fight between and Ricky Wilson, with the former finally winning the Scottish singer for his team much to Ricky's annoyance.

Bob Blakeley

55-year-old Bob Blakeley was one of this year’s oldest competitors and the experience helped as he effortlessly performed Cry Me A River to get the audience on their feet... but no buzzers were pressed.

Sir Tom Jones told him: "You have a pure voice. Your singing is flawless. It’s a beautiful voice with a beautiful tone. You were meant to sing."

Bob's epic performance has since gone on to prove a huge online hit despite no judges turning around for Bob but he's even been offered a record deal after being snubbed by the panel on the BBC One show.

> The Voice 2014: Bob Blakeley gets a record deal (live on the telly!)

Iesher Haughton

19-year-old ‘popcorn cleaner upper’ Iesher Haughton appeared at the weekend's latest audition show singing a 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.

Are you surprised by the most popular auditions? Who are some of your favourite contestants so far? Add your comments below...