The Voice UK 2017 knockout rounds will air live over four nights on ITV, it's been revealed.
Host Emma Willis previously let slip that this year would see the knockouts air live now the show is on ITV.
The knockout rounds will follow this weekend's battles and will be where the coaches decide on their finalists for the live shows.
The contestants in each team stand on stage together, stepping forward one by one to sing for 90 seconds in front of the coaches.
Their mentor will then pick three contestants (at least based on past series on the BBC) to go through to the live finals.
“The knockouts are live… Should I be saying this? I don’t know if I should," Emma spilled at the show's press launch. “It will be very immediate, when it’s pre-recorded, they edit the show and put it out.
“This time it will be live so everything will be seen.”
It's now been revealed that the knockouts will air over a total of two weekends, both on Saturday and Sunday nights.
"Our four superstar coaches Sir Tom Jones, will.i.am, Jennifer Hudson & Gavin Rossdale have chosen their exceptionally talented acts from the Blind Auditions and The Battle Rounds have been recorded. Next, it's The Knockouts!" it was announced this evening as tickets to attend the live filming were released.
The knockouts will air on Saturday March 4, Sunday March 5, Saturday, March 11 and Sunday, March 12 from LH2 Studios, near Acton, West London.
The exact times the shows will go out live on ITV has yet to be confirmed.
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For now, The Voice UK returns this Saturday and Sunday night on ITV with the battles.