Ever wondered what happens on The Voice UK if a coach doesn't manage to fill their teams?
To date in every series of The Voice the four teams have always been full before all of the budding hopefuls have sung.
It's meant that some auditionees have turned up only to find it's impossible to get through to the next round.
However, at least last year, they still go to perform for the coaches.
Producers decided to give the six acts who missed out in 2014 the opportunity to sing for the panel anyway with Will.i.am, Kylie Minogue, Ricky Wilson and Sir Tom Jones staying on set to offer up some advice, tips and coaching for the future.
But just what happens if every act sings but the coaches decide not to fill their spaces?
Well this week's final auditions episode provides us with the answer, we can reveal.
It's explained that if, once the auditionees all sing, any coach has still some free spots then they simply progress through to the battle rounds with less members on their team.
The topic comes up this Saturday night as the panel get "picky" despite there being just a handful of acts left to sing.
While it may seem REALLY bad tactics to not spin whatever the performance of the last act, one could argue that it'd leave the coach more time to spend with their other singers.
See what happens when The Voice UK blind auditions conclude this Saturday night from 7PM on BBC One.