It was round six of The Voice UK 2015 auditions tonight but who got through to the battle rounds?
Twelve acts sung for a spin from the coaches but only half got one as just six made it through to the next stage.
With the teams getting ever fuller the panel got picky and there were some surprising results when it came to who did and who didn't get through.
Recap all of the latest Voice UK auditions below!
Opening this weekend's show was 24-year-old Karl Loxley from Coventry, who belted out Nessun Dorma for the panel.
It looked like bad news for the Co-Op worker until the very last second when Will.i.am hit his buzzer to secure the Operatic performer for his team.
Will compared Karl to a "real life Disney character" as Rita embraced him with a hug on stage.
It was then the return of 'Chicken Train' hitmaker Si Genaro, who performed 'seriously' this time around.
Will said that Si was one of his best memories from last series (Sorry Jermain) but it was still a no from him and the other panel.
After pulling a guitar out of nowhere, Si still got to see a second song for the panel despite them showing all the enthusiasm of a trip to the dentist.
Also getting a no from the panel tonight was Mia Sylvester, who Will described as "bulletproof stingray". Little action reason was given as to why the judges did not turn, with Sir Tom saying he couldn't criticize the performance.
The run of bad luck for the contestants continued as Keedie Green was also finished her performance to the backs of four red chairs
Lara Lee became the next to win a spot in the battle rounds however with a performance of Alison Moyet's There Are Worse Things I Could Do.
Sir Tom was the only one to turn, saying to the 29-year-old: "You started big and powerful and you just kept doing it, and doing it, and doing it. I thought 'Wow, I can't let this girl go'"
Duo Joyful Soundz also got through to the next stage with their cover of Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell's You're All I Need to Get By.
Will pressed his button at the last second and admitted he only turned in the hope that the pair were twins.
Duo The Rise weren't so lucky despite getting a rise out of the audience (to steal Ricky Wilson's quip). Will suggested that nerves got the better of the pals from Beckenham, who have been gigging together for a decade.
Susan Lovejoy baked a cake for the judges but it wasn't enough to get a turn as the panel got pickier than ever. Rita said: "I'm waiting to be certain that I've been blown away."
It was birthday boy NK on stage next and he got quite the present after performing Rixton's Me and My Broken Heart.
Rita, Sir Tom and Ricky will pressed their buzzers and even performed Happy Birthday for the 20-year-old.
After much deliberation - not helped by Will making it harder - NK went with his "gut instinct" and joined Team Rita.
DAMIAN DALTON SMITH
Next up was Damian Dalton Smith, brother of well-known actress and West End star Sheridan Smith.
A lost voice led to arguably one of the worst ever auditions on The Voice UK and no chair turns, but props to Damian for battling through illness to sing.
Ricky added his eleventh member to his team next with Matovu, who was left in streams of tears on stage after the Kaiser Chiefs frontman spun at the last second.
Closing the show tonight was 26-year-old Sheena McHugh who sung Drake's Hold On, We're Going Home in hope of a spin.
She got more than one as all four of the coaches turned for her leaving Sheena with an epic decision to make.
After pitches from the panel, Sheena went on to join Team Will.
And that was that for Week 6, leaving us with just six free spots across the four teams going into next weekend's final auditions episode.
Who was your favourite this weekend? Tell us in the comments below!
Browse pictures of the full line up of The Voice contestants from the weekend's sixth show below!