The Voice 2016 winner's single slammed by Boy George

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The Voice UK 2016 winner's single didn't get rave reviews from all of the coaches in tonight's final.

Boy George made it clear he wasn't a fan of the track, which was an original song.

It's the first time in The Voice UK history that the winner of the show will release a new single rather than a cover.

‘All You Good Friends’ is the name and it's been produced by Peter-John Vettese, behind hits by other artists including Sia and James Bay.

All four of the finalists recorded their version and the winner will release their take straight after tonight's live show.

Earlier tonight, Cody Frost and Lydia Lucy were announced as the artists with the fewest votes in the first of tonight's Voice UK final results, leaving Kevin Simm and and Jolan to fight it out in the second half of the show.

The pair of Team Ricky's artists performed their respective covers of the track but George wasn't a fan.

He told Jolan he wasn't keen on the song and also suggested that Cody was HAPPY she wouldn't have to sing it after being eliminated.

Although not impressed by the winner's single, George was still won over by both Jolan and Kevin's performances and backed Kevin to win of the two.

Stay tuned to find out who will triumph, LIVE on BBC One.

The winner will release their version of the winner's single later tonight to download or stream, with money going to charity.

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