The Voice 2014 spoilers: Preview tonight's final knockouts

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Another day and another round of knockouts on The Voice UK, here's a taster of what's to come tonight!

Yesterday evening we saw Team Kylie and Team Tom whittled down to just three acts a piece and this evening it's time for Team Ricky and Team Will to take centre stage.

Just like last night each act will pick their own song and arrangement before they perform one after the other on stage. It'll be then down to their coach alone to pick just three to go through to the lives.

Team Ricky kicks things off tonight with Will remarking: "Ricky's got something up his sleeve the whole time... like a ninja"

The first of those ninjas is Jessica Steele, Ricky's steal from the battle rounds, who is auditioning for the second time. The young singer puts a very unique spin on Naughty Boy's La La La with Ricky wanting her to go from worrier to warrior.

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Chris Royal's falsetto once again impresses as he performs classic track Over The Rainbow while 16-year-old Beth McCarthy leaves Ricky Wilson feeling old as she belts out Teenage Dirtbag.

A (very bad) impression of The X Factor voice over guy later and Ricky introduces the "too good" Christina Marie who knocks it out of the park with a Mariah Carey cover.

Jazz Bates-Chambers has the unenviable task of following but with a voice as fierce as her hair she holds her own with Beyonce's Work It Out.

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Max Murphy is on stage next leaving Emily Adams to end the performances with another epic performance.

After all seven acts have sung, Sir Tom remarks: "For me, it would Christina, Jazz and Chris but they all did a great job and they're all strong enough to go through."

Kylie adds: "You have an incredible team Ricky and I wouldn't like to be choosing three out of those incredible seven."

But who will Ricky chose to go through?

Next it's onto the fourth and final team, team Will!

The Black Eyed Peas singer begins: "I want to be knocked out. I'm just looking to be blown away.

"My team is pristine, vocals to the extreme, that's my team. Bring the fire, bring the heat, that's how you compete."

James Byron comes out of his shell to start things off with a "powerful" rendition of Love Hurts by Nazareth before the "little powerhouse" that is Iesher Haughton belts out Try It On My Own by Whitney Houston.

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Callum Crowley puts an... interesting spin on Girls Aloud's debut hit Sound Of The Underground, but struggles to control his breathing with a huge dance routine.

Sir Tom Jones gushes about Jermain Jackman's vocal range as the teenager reveals he's planning to become the UK's first singing black prime mister.

Anna McLuckie brings her harp back for her knockout round performance as she tries to make it into the live shows, followed by Will's steal Nomakhosi Nkosi who he describes as "a gem, vocally jewellery".

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Finally rounding off the performances is Jazz singer Sophie-May Williams who Will compares to a "unicorn" as she sings Audrey Hepburn's Moon River.

After the acts have all sung, Ricky comments: "I noticed how diverse it is, it's clever on Will's part but it's going to be hard to whittle them down. I like Jermain and Anna of course."

The Voice UK knockout rounds continue tonight at 7:45PM on BBC One.

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