Tesni Jones closed the latest round of blind auditions on The Voice 2018 at the weekend.
Another selection of singing hopefuls performed on The Voice UK stage for the penultimate auditions on Saturday night.
They included 32-year-old mum and musician Tesni Jones from Chatham.
She performed AC DC's Highway To Hell at the latest round of auditions.
Both Sir Tom Jones and Jennifer Hudson turned for Tesni.
Despite originally being from Wales, Tesni snubbed Sir Tom in favour of fellow mum Jennifer.
It was the second to last round of auditions on Saturday, as the four coaches continued to build up their teams.
Up for grabs is a life changing record contract with Polydor Records for the winner of The Voice UK.
Other acts performing on Saturday weekend included 18-year-old Jodie Knight from Glasgow who sings Goo Goo Dolls' Iris.
We also met Bailey Nelson, an 18-year-old who performed Shawn Mendes hit There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back and Wesu Wallace, a 36 year old musician from Barbados who performed Sam Smith's I'm Not The Only One.
Plus, Olly's mum joined the panel and gets a cheeky kiss from Sir Tom!
As always, Emma Willis was backstage to offer a supportive hug and accompany friends and family as each vocalist, or singing duo, sought to claim a place in one of the coaches’ teams.
The Voice UK 2018 returns next weekend with the final blind auditions.