The Voice 2015 UK SPOILERS! Preview tonight's penultimate blind auditions

Tonight's The Voice 2015 contestants

Here's your spoiler-filled preview of tonight's latest round of The Voice UK 2015 blind auditions.

It's Week 6 and the penultimate round of try outs.

Going into this evening's show, Ricky Wilson has two spots left on his team, Rita Ora and Sir Tom Jones each have three to fill while Will.i.am needs to secure a further four acts.

With the teams quickly filling up the judges get picky and it means that the latest set of acts are under real pressure to impress.

As with all those who have gone before them only their voices can entice the panel to hit their buzzers and turn around.

Amongst the line up of acts on tonight's show are a pair of duos in the form of The Rise and Joyful Soundz.

We meet Sheridan Smith's brother Damian as well as open mic star NK from London.

Others singing for a spin on The Voice UK tonight include pal of Blue's Duncan James Keedie Green, Jedward's backing singers(!) and singer teacher by day, bar maid by night Sheena McHugh.

But just who will make it onto one of the four teams and into the battle rounds? The Voice 2015 airs tonight from 7:15PM on BBC One.

Browse through our contestant-by-contestant first look of tonight's show here...

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KARL LOXLEY

Opening this weekend's show is 24-year-old Karl Loxley from Coventry, who sings Nessun Dorma for the panel.

Currently, Carl works at the Co-Op as his day job but he also performs at residential homes, working men’s clubs and some festivals.

As well as that, Karl busks three times a week in Stratford and the first time he did this he attracted a crowd of 200 people

He has a lot of elderly fans who come along to support him, especially a friend called Liz in her eighties who helps to promote him when he gigs in Stratford Upon Avon.

Karl previously studied Musical Theatre at Guildford School of Acting, and after graduating went to London to audition for West End shows. He's now hoping to make old songs accessible to a younger audience.

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