After seven weeks we're finally here: It's time for the final auditions show of The Voice UK.
This evening's last leg gets off to dramatic start with an over the top voice over recapping the past six weeks.
Going into the final day of filming, Kylie Minogue leads the way with eleven of her twelve acts chosen.
Ricky Wilson, Sir Tom Jones and Will.i.am meanwhile all have two free spots each leaving with seven more acts to find overall.
First up to try and win one of those final few spots is ambulance controller Tom Barnwell, who we're introduced to with a cliche Casualty Vt complete with "Madonna Mic", as Kylie calls it. Tom puts a spin on Estelle's hit American Boy, a track co-produced by Will.i.am himself so let's hope he's impressed!
A montage of acts then take to the stage in the hope of impressing the panel starting with Johnny singing All Night Long who gets some brilliantly insightful feedback from Ricky.
There's also supermarket demonstratorJane Faser who is perhaps the only singer in the world smaller than Kylie Minogue.
And there's Roxanne Yarnald, a 22-year-old bar maid hoping her take on Shake It Out will get her a spot in the battle rounds.
Next we meet "really cool guy" Gary Poole, a member of former boyband trio Troi (anyone?) who has "much more to achieve". After singing Valerie (the Amy Winehouse version), the 48-year-old music teacher tells the coaches of his past of being repeatedly signed and dropped.
Angie Brown has already had a taste of success with her 1990 dance hit I'm Gonna Get You with Bizarre but doesn't want to be known as a one hit wonder. Sounds fair enough, except that her blind audition song is that very one hit.
16-year-old Essex girl Luciee Marie Closier is the latest 'quirky' singer who gives a performance almost as pretentious as the spelling of her name, seemingly adding some weird notes to Pixie Lott's Mama Do just for the sake of it.
With the judges getting picky another montage of acts go before the panel beginning with retired West End singer Teresa Vasiliou.
Also performing for the line up of four is Bianca Nicholas who hopes her family will help settle her nerves.
17-year-old Aaliyah Dickens has brought along her family too as she performs an Emeli Sande song for the panel. Apparently there really are no other songs to chose from.
On we go with 29-year-old errming and umming Kenny Thompson. The singer hypnotises Will.i.am with his performance of New York State Of My Mind but let's just hope Kenny's beautiful tone won't stop the Black Eyed Peas star or any of his fellow coaches from pressing their buzzer.
19-year-old Joe West sings Mirrors by Justin Timberlake while 24-year-old Jamie Lovatt performs Everybody's Free as the pair go head-to-head for one of the ever decreasing spots in the next round.
One gets two judges turning around - and some fashion advice from Ricky - while the other gets nothing more than a bus ticket back home.
22-year-old unsigned artist Nomakhosi Nkosi is the latest to perform for the caches and - like seemingly every other female singer - is hoping to become the next Beyonce. Singing Get Ready, Nomakhosi throws everything at the performance in a bid to make the battles.
Liz Oki's emotional audition leaves Will.i.am in tears next after she reminds the rapper of his aunt who passed away recently.
She empathises with Will: “I think I know how you feel… I lost my mother two weeks ago.”
Now at this point in the competition just one coach hasn't completed their team (we'll give you one guess who) and just three acts remain.
Competing for the final spot are Pete Davies, bank manager Erin and phlebotomist (try to make a rap out of that, Will) Cherri Prince.
Only one of the trio can make it through to the next round and Will leaves it to the last possible second to press his buzzer for his chosen act.
The Voice 2014 blind auditions air tonight from 7PM on BBC One.
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