It was the sixth and penultimate round of blind auditions on The Voice UK this Saturday night - which of the artists did you rate the best?
This evening saw the latest set of blind auditions as new coach Olly Murs continued to build his team alongside The Voice regulars Will.i.am, Sir Tom Jones and Jennifer Hudson.
The format was the same as always with the budding performers singing to the back of the coaches who could hit their buzzer to select an act for their team if they liked what they heard.
A total of nine contestants sung for a spin and 5 of them got the turn they were after.
Team Olly picked up Bailey Nelsen, an 18-year-old from Plymouth who performed Shawn Mendes' There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back.
Team Will added 36-year-old Wesu Wallace, a musician from Barbados who performed Sam Smith's I'm Not The Only One.
Team Tom selected 21-year-old Courtney O'Neil, who sang Keith Whitley's When You Say Nothing At All.
Team Jennifer picked 35-year-old Jilly Riley, a musician from Wakefield who performed Free's All Right Now, and Tesni Jones, a full Time Mother / Musician from Chatham who closed the blind auditions with AC DC's Highway To Hell.
However not everyone got a turn, with the spaces on the teams dwindling.
Those sent home included 30-year-old Michael Harrison, an Activity Healthcare Assistant from Hull, and 21-year-old Keilah Miller, a student from Stratford, London.
Also not getting a turn was 18-year-old Jodie Knight, a singer-songwriter from Glasgow, and 20-year-old a Jess Herring from Essex.
Which of the talented singers do you rate? Vote for your favourite of the contestants from the sixth blind auditions of The Voice UK in our poll below!
The Voice UK blind auditions conclude next Saturday night on ITV.
The Blind auditions will be followed by the Battles and then the Knockouts.
The live shows will then air in the Spring.