Here's a full recap of how The Voice Kids 2019 teams look as things stand.
Series three of the The Voice Kids in the UK continued on Saturday with the third round of blind auditions.
The new series brings a couple of changes, with Jessie J joining the series as a coach alongside returning coaches Pixie Lott, Will.i.am and Danny Jones.
In another change, this year the competition is opened up to duos for the first time.
Both solo singers and double acts, aged seven to 14, are eligible to come and sing their hearts out in a bid to get a coveted chair turn to win a spot on a team. If more than one coach turns, it's up to the contestants to pick which team to join.
After each performance, regardless of whether they’ve won a place with will, Danny, Pixie or Jessie, all four coaches will turn to give the singers words of advice and encouragement.
Each coach has nine places on their teams to fill as they head into the Blind Auditions searching for the next generation of superstar singers.
After the third round of blind auditions, here's how the teams are currently shaping up...
The Voice Kids teams 2019
Team Jessie J
13-year-old Charley from South Wales
14-year-old Amaree from Cardiff
9-year-old Keira from Dagenham auditioned with a cover of Neverland from the musical Finding Neverland.
14-year-old Adi from the Wirral performed Sweet Creature by Harry Styles for his blind audition.
11-year-old Jazzy B auditioned with a cover of If I Go by Ella Eyre.
13-year-old Aiysha from Aberdeen audition with a rendition of What a Difference A Day Makes by Dinah Washington.
Team Pixie Lott
10-year-old comes from County Tyrone, Northern Ireland.
13-year-old Liam from Birmingham
14-year-old Aimee from Cumbernauld, Scotland performed Meet You At The Moon by Imelda May for her blind audition.
Duo Sweet Harmony are made up of brother and sister Charlie (13) and Imogen (12). They chose the appropriately titled Hey Brother by Avicii to sing for their audition.
12-year-old Gracie-Jayne performed Golden Slumbers by Jennifer Hudson/The Beatles for her blind audition
11-year-old Colin from Dublin performed You Make Me Feel So Young by Frank Sinatra at the auditions.
11-year-old Chloe performed She Used To Be Mine by Sara Bareilles to get Pixie turning.
Alfie and Ava
9-year-old Ava and 10-year-old Alfie are best friends from Scotland
David and Ammani
14-year-old friends David and Ammani are pals from Dublin
Lil Shan Shan
10-year-old Lil Shan Shan auditioned with Supersonic by JJ Fad
11-year-old Rosa from Derry, Northern Ireland auditioned with Waka Waka (This Time for Africa) by Shakira.
The Mack Man
Mackenzie, better known as The Mack Man, performed Perm by Bruno Mars for his blind audition
Team Danny Jones
12-year-old Ivy is from Bromley.
13-year-old Sam comes from Lewisham, London
13-year-old Conor from Northern Ireland performed original song That Girl I Met at his audition.
14-year-old Mykee-D first auditioned for the show last year but didn't get any spins. He returned this year, singing Ain’t Nobody by Jasmine Thompson/Chaka Khan.
13-year-old Ryan from Durham performed Dancing In The Dark by Bruce Springsteen
14-year-old Wren from Cheltenham performed Leave (Get Out) by Anne Marie for her blind audition
13-year-old Danny from London gave a powerful performance of We Are Stars by Callum Beattie for his audition
What's next on The Voice Kids?
Those who win a spot on one of the four teams in the auditions go through to The Battles.
Each Battle will see three acts per team sing off for a place in the semi-final. There are no steals for the coaches in this competition so the youngsters will be going all out to make sure they’re one of just three acts their coach will put through to the semi-final.
From there it's onto the live final, where the viewers will pick this year's winner of The Voice Kids.
The Voice Kids airs Saturday nights on ITV.