The latest song choices for this weekend's Voice 2014 final have been revealed.
This weekend the remaining four contestants will be going head to head in a bid to be crowned winner of The Voice UK 2014.
Each artist will first perform a solo track as well as a duet with their mentor before the vote freezes. The act with the fewest votes will then leave in fourth place before the final three go on to perform one last time, reprising a favourite song from the series.
This evening saw the second set of song choices revealed as Sir Tom Jones and his finalist Sally Barker teased what they had planned for the final.
First up, Sally revealed her new song would be Both Sides, Now by Joni Mitchell, a choice which got mentor Sir Tom's approval as soon as he heard it.
Sally will also be singing alongside Sir Tom, performing Walking In Memphis together.
"My husband is a big fan of that song," Sally said.
Finally, if Sally makes it through to the final three, she'll get to reprise a favourite song from the show and has chosen her battle track Dear Darlin' by Olly Murs.
"It was a difficult decision," Sally admitted. "When Tom told me the song, I didn't know it or who Olly Murs was... and I really enjoyed singing the song and interpreting it from a different perspective."
Meanwhile Tom said he was feeling "confident" ahead of the weekend's live show.
He said: "I'm feeling confident because I think Sally can win this. She touches people, if she touches the audience like she touches me then she will win, but that's up to the viewers.
"For me, she has such a beautiful, naturally sounding voice and doesn't sound like anyone else."
Sally added: "I'm excited but I want to focus on the work and just focus on the songs."
The Voice UK 2014 final begins this Saturday night on BBC One from 7PM.
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