The Voice 2018 SPOILERS! Battle pairings and songs revealed HERE

Who's on The Voice UK tonight? Tonight's battles, songs and contestants

Team Olly: Shane v Ivy.

The Voice UK battles of 2018 conclude tonight and here we reveal the third round of battle pairings and song choices.

In the battle rounds, the coaches will put the singers in their teams against one another in a series of musical duels.

In each of the battles, one act will win and progress through to the knock outs, which will from next weekend.

But it's not over just then for the loser with the other coaches able to steal acts that their rivals reject, securing them for their team in the knockout rounds.

However each coach only has one steal to use so they're sure to be extra picky about who they poach.

Team Olly: Lauren Bannon v Debbie Armemide.
Team Olly: Lauren Bannon v Debbie Armemide.

After the first two rounds of battles, Jennifer, Olly and Sir Tom have already used their steals leaving only Will with a free space on this team.

Any act that isn't stolen is off home, out of the competition for good, while the contestants that survive the battles go through to the knockout rounds

Tonight sees the third of three rounds of battles on ITV.

Here are the latest battle pairings and song choices for The Voice UK 2018 this evening...

The Voice 2018 battle pairings and songs

TEAM OLLY

Shane McCormack Vs Ivy Paige
Sway - Rosemary Clooney

Lauren Bannon Vs Debbie Aramide
Praise You - Hannah Grace version (originally made famous by FatBoy Slim)

TEAM TOM

Saskia Eng Vs Ruti Olajugbagbe
Dog Days Are Over - Florence & The Machine

Jade Williams Vs Wayne Ellington
What About Us? - Pink

Team Will: Wesu v Paige.
Team Will: Wesu v Paige.

TEAM WILL

Wesu Wallace Vs Paige Young
Faith - Stevie Wonder & Ariana Grande

TEAM JENNIFER

Ant & Ox Vs Gayatri Nair
Skin - Rag N Boneman

What do you think about all that then? Make your predictions over who will win the musical fights in the comments below!

The Voice UK 2018 battle rounds air from 8:30PM Saturday, March 10 on ITV.

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