Here's a run down and recap of tonight's latest instalment of The Voice UK 2015 blind auditions.
It was Week 4 of the try outs and a bumper crop of fifteen sung for the panel this evening but who won a spot on the four teams?
Starting things off tonight was The Sobo Hobo Tim Arnold who sung Running Up That Hill by Kate Bush.
The 39-year-old appeared to fail at getting any of the judges to press their buzzers but, seemingly after the song, Ricky did press his buzzer and Tim joined his team.
Also seeing her fate decided at the last minute was 24-year-old Kim Alvord, who performed Paolo Nutini's Scream (Funk My Life).
Sir Tom Jones was the only coach to turn and did so at the very final moment, saying he was won over by her mature voice, leading to some surprise when he turned to see a young blond beauty!
48-year-old Dawn and her horn didn't get any turns, last minute or otherwise, but did impress Rita Ora with her sexy instrument, so that's something we guess.
Also failing to get any of the panel to hit their buzzers this evening was Ross Harris.
The 23-year-old played the drums during his performance but Sir Tom advised him to concentrate on his vocals, especially on a show called The Voice.
THE MAC BROS
A cover of a Kaiser Chiefs song wasn't enough to persuade Ricky Wilson to turn for the Mac Bros, but fortunately for the duo - who aren't actually related - Rita did and won the boys for her team.
Getting the only full house of the evening despite the huge line up of contestants was 30-year-old bubbly Essex girl Hollie Barrie. She had a full pick of the coaches and became Team Will's fourth act.
But we went from all four coaches turning to none as Northern Irish singer Ciaran O'Driscoll taking the panel on a rollercoaster ride with his voice. Sir Tom was left totally confused and "entertained" by Ciaran's ever changing voice but told him: "I wouldn't know what to do."
17-year-old Morven Brown joined Team Rita after her performance of Wilkinson's Afterglow saw the new coach the only one to press her buzzer.
"I'm so happy nobody else turned," gushed Rita.
But fellow teenager Oli Bond didn't manage to match it with his take on Jimi Hendrix's All Along The Watch with none of the panel decided to turn.
It was a spot on Team Tom for 16-year-old Rosa Iamele who sung Disclosure's White Noise in tonight's blind auditions.
Both Sir Tom and Ricky turned with the youngster opting to join the Welsh legend's line up.
Ireland's Sharon Murphy left the panel mesmerised with her performance of Bob Dylan's Forever Young but fortunately they did remember to press their buzzers with Sir Tom and Ricky both spinning.
The 52-year-old went with Team Tom.
23-year-old twin sisters DTwinz sung Diana King's Shy Guy at their blind audition and had Rita dancing out of her chair as she pressed her buzzer.
Sir Tom also turned after the first duo for his line up but it wasn't to be as the London duo joined Team Rita.
Sir Tom had better luck with Cai Williams however, being the sole judge to turn for the 34-year-old. Being from Wales, we're fairly sure Cai would've probably gone with Sir Tom even if all four of the coaches had turned.
Despite a dramatic and emotional performance of Bring Him Home, no one spun for 44-year-old tenor Stephen Bloy.
Rita confessed that she feared she didn't have the experience to coach him, while Sir Tom advised a career in musical theatre for the caretaker.
Closing the Voice 2015 blind auditions tonight was "porcelain doll" Olivia Lawson.
The 17-year-old sung Tori Amos' cover of Nirvana's Smells Like Team Spirit to win three turns as Sir Tom was left the only coach having not pressed his buzzer.
Will described her performance as "awesome" and "hypnotic" but it was Team Rita that Olivia joined.
The Voice UK continues next Saturday night on BBC One.
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