Here's a recap of tonight's latest blind auditions on The Voice 2015 UK as another six acts made it through to the battles.
A total of eleven new performers sung for the panel on this evening's show in what was Week 3 of the blind auditions.
Ricky and Will both snapped up one more act for their line ups while Rita and Sir Tom each added another two contestants to their teams.
But who got through and who got sent home? Recap tonight's The Voice UK blind auditions here!
First up tonight was Welsh beauty Stephanie Webber who got all four coaches to turn around for her performance of Mama's Broken Heart.
Will.i.am turned around within seconds and loved her growling voice... leading to the coaches sharing the best animal impressions.
Despite Will's praise it was onto Sir Tom's team for 25-year-old Stephanie as Will claimed there was a Welsh conspiracy afoot!
Nerves got in the way for poor Josh McDonough and his cover of Mr Probz' Waves, leading to no coaches pressing their buzzers.
Ricky praised his "great voice" while Rita told him to come back next year.
Also failing to get any of the panel to turn around was former basketball player Otty Warmann.
His take on Labrinth's Express Yourself was compared to a "pancake" in another one of Will.i.am's famous metaphors.
Joe Woolford from North Wales performed Ellie Goulding's Lights for The Voice Uk coaches tonight and had three of the coaches to pick from after Rita, Ricky and Sir Tom all turned.
Rita managed to win over 19-year-old Joe with her flirting female charms that not even Sir Tom Jones' Welsh connection could compete with.
Daniel Duke was the first half of twin brothers who both auditioned for the show tonight separately.
It looked bad for Daniel and his cover of The Proclaimers' I'm Gonna Be but at the last second all of Will, Rita And Sir Tom turned.
Praising his "unique" cover, Sir Tom won the 25-year-old for his team.
By contrast, Shirleymarie's cover of Dolly Parton's here You Come Again was branded "almost a copy" by Sir Tom.
The 31-year-old didn't get any of the coaches to press the buzzer with Will.i.am saying: "I felt nerves from the beginning, I heard more nerves then notes."
James Duke was the second half of the Duke twin brothers but failed to copy Daniel's success.
No one turned for his mashup of Taylor Swift's Love Story and Fall Out Boy's Sugar We're Going Down, with Ricky suggesting that the song choices didn't quite work.
Liss Jones defied the crowd cheers and the potential Welsh mafia by snubbing Sir Tom to join Team Rita.
The 24-year-old delivery driver from Merthyr Tydfil also had Ricky to choose from after all three of the coaches pressed their buzzer following the blonde beauty's performance of Katy Perry's Dark Horse.
Agadoo star Dene Michael went solo from his disco duo Black Lace with soul track Never Give Up On A Good Thing on the blind auditions tonight.
The 57-year-old didn't get any of the coaches to press their buzzer but did end up duetting with the panel with an impromptu performance of his famous hit.
Ricky Wilson was the only coach to turn for Emmanuel Nwamadi following his performance of Sade's The Sweetest Taboo.
Ricky confessed that he went with his heart over his brain when deciding to press the buzzer, saying: "I wasn't looking for you, why have I been thinking about this stupid game when there are people out there singing like that."
Closing the show tonight was Dutch singer with American accent living in London Esmee Denters.
Her cover of Coldplay's Yellow had all four of the coaches turn around at the last minute with both Rita and Will reconogising her.
It turns out that Will had wanted to sign her back in 2008 before Esmee eventually teamed up with Justin Timberlake.
After bonding with Sir Tom over the Fresh Prince of Belair and flirting with Ricky Wilson, Esmee eventually decided to join Will's team.
The Black Eyed Peas singer said: "You were freaking awesome, that was a great job. You did something magical."
The Voice UK continues next Saturday night on BBC One.
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