Singer-songwriter Moya had all four coaches turning on The Voice UK this weekend with a Rag’n’Bone Man cover.
Blind auditions for The Voice 2019 were back for their fifth weekend this Saturday night.
One of the hopeful acts we met was 27-year-old Moya from Jersey.
She previously enjoyed success five years ago, releasing an album and touring with Rod Stewart.
However Moya told the cameras: "I came off tour and really wanted to write a second album and that's where it started to go wrong. That's the thing about this industry, one minute you're up and then next you're down and I don't think I was prepared for that.
"I lost my confidence so much that I didn't think I was capable of doing this anymore. I decided to just put a hold on all things music and now I live with my parents."
She added: "Now I feel stronger and better than ever to take The Voice on and see if I can do this again. It's so scary but sometimes you just have to put yourself out there.
Moya's blind audition - where she performed ‘Grace’ by Rag’n’Bone Man - got all four coaches turning and a standing ovation from the audience.
Sir Tom praised: "You have a wonderful tone and a passion, you have the whole thing."
Will.i.am added: "Every single person that I know in the music industry that I respect has had crazy knockbacks. You have an amazing voice."
Jennifer commented: "I think we could all sense that passion for your music through each and every note. It was special and I think that caught all of our attention."
And Olly concluded: "It was a real honour to hear you sing, that was amazing."
Left with all four of the coaches to pick from, Moya delivered her decision: "Thank you so much for turning. I've had this person in my head from Day 1, it's Jennifer Hudson."
The Voice UK 2019 continues Saturday nights on ITV.