Here's an act-by-act recap of tonight's latest blind auditions on The Voice 2015 UK.
It was Round Five of the blind auditions this evening with thirteen acts singing for the coaches.
Eight won spots in the next stage of the competition as Will got buzzer-happy and added four acts to his team, doubling the size of his line up.
Rita Ora and Sir Tom Jones each picked up the one more act while Ricky Wilson's team is almost full now after he secured a further two acts.
Recap this weekend's The Voice UK auditions below...
First up on this evening's show was 30-year-old Newtion Matthews, who revealed how aged 18 he was homeless for two months after he left home to pursue a music career but had no luck and ran out of cash.
His performance of John Legend's Who Did That To You was looking like it'd end with no spins but you can never predict Will.i.am who hit his buzzer at the last second.
The Black Eyed Peas star exclaimed after being the only coach to turn around: "I am so happy you're on the show!"
Next up we met 24-year-old part-time hippy Hannah Wildes who performed a mesmerising version Nelly Furtado's All Good Things Come To An End for her blind audition.
The Londoner had all of Ricky, Rita and Sir Tom to choose from and opted to join team Ricky with the Kaiser Chiefs frontman declaring: "I think I can make it work for you."
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Unfortunately a bit of Stevie Wonder wasn't enough to entice any of the coaches to turn around for 52-year-old Alex David Charles.
Sir Tom said was 'almost there' while Will.i.am confessed he let his mind control his decision on whether to turn rather than his heart.
16-year-old single mum Karis Thomas was up on stage next with a spectcular cover of Joss Stone's Right To Be Wrong.
Rita was the only one to turn for the "captivating" teenager, with Sir Tom admitting he was "gutted" to have made a mistake and missed out.
But there wasn't the same response to fellow teenager Harris Hameed who got none of the coaches to turn around.
Sir Tom suggested that the 16-year-old, who has just finished his GCSEs, needed to work at finding himself vocally while Ricky said more control was needed.
Hunky Stephen Cornwell's cover of 5 Seconds of Summer's She Looks So Perfect saw Will.i.am and Sir Tom Jones go head to head.
Will vowed to workout with the gym fanatic and claimed: "I didn't press my button your performance pressed it."
It was enough to win over Stephen as he joined Team Will and the Black Eyed Peas singer hit the deck to celebrate with some press ups.
Kate Flynn also put on a show of strength as she rocked out in her performance with Foo Fighters' Best Of You
But the baker didn't get any of the panel to turn around, with Rita suggested that the song overpowered her.
Also failing to get a spin from the coaches this weekend 70-year-old performer Krazy Horse who brough something quite different to the stage with his performance of Creedence Clearwater Revival's Bad Moon Rising for the panel.
While Krazy Horse may not be going any further in the competition, Will admitted he was sure to remember him.
Ricky, Sir Tom and Rita were back on their buzzers for the next act, 19-year-old Vikesh Champaneri.
The Londoner sung Adele's Hometown Glory for his blind audition and won huge praise for his "pure" cover of the song.
Vikesh went with Team Ricky which surprised even him!
It was a nail biting last second turn from Will.i.am that sent Rozzy Turner through to the battle stages.
33-year-old Rozzy performed Jessie J, Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj's Bang Bang at her blind audition to win over Will with her "diva" power.
Will also won 19-year-old Essex girl Brooklyn Lammiman for his line up this weekend.
The American loved the teen's cover of Nicki Minaj's Superbass, branding her a "special kind of artist."
As the coaches filled up their teams they became more and more picky and it seemed that
former lead singer of the 1988 band Brother Beyond Nathan Moore experienced that.
He didn't get any coaches to turn for his performance with Sir Tom admitting he was becoming very careful about filling up his team with still two shows to go.
Closing tonight's latest set of The Voice UK blind auditions was 17-year-old singer from Cork, Claudia Rose.
Singing for a spin, Claudia performed Jennifer Hudson's Love You I Do and had Ricky, Rita and Sir tom fighting over her.
Rita described the teenager as a "little star about to erupt" while Ricky declare: "We'll win it. I can probably make it happen."
However when an "overwhelmed" Claudia had to make her big decision, she ended up choosing Team Tom.
Browse pictures of the full line up of The Voice contestants from the weekend's fifth show below!