The Voice Kids 2019 continued this evening with its third round of blind auditions of the new series - here are all the performances to watch.
Will.i.am, Pixie Lott and Danny Jones return for the third series alongside new coach, Jessie J.
The Voice Kids is open to talented singers between the ages of seven and 14 with soloists and - for the first time - duos able to apply.
A £30,000 bursary towards their musical education plus a dream family holiday to Florida will be awarded to the winner.
But in order to be in with a shot of scooping that prize, contestants must first win a spot on one of the four teams at the blind auditions.
Just like in the adult version, the young singers perform together with a live band to the backs of the coaches, hoping to get at least one to spin around.
If a coach decides to press their button and turn, they'll secure that act for their team. If an act gets more than one coach spinning, it's up to the contestant to decide which team to join.
And even if no coaches press their buzzer, they will all still spin at the end of the performance so they can give feedback and encouragement.
Here's a recap of tonight's third round of the blind auditions...
11-year-old Jazzy B opened this week's auditions with a cover of If I Go by Ella Eyre. The young singer from Basingstoke got all four coaches to turn and ultimately picked to join team Jessie who told her: "I would do anything to have you on my team."
13-year-old Ryan from Durham performed Dancing In The Dark by Bruce Springsteen for his blind audition to secure a spot on Team Danny. The teenager and the McFly star then rocked out on stage, performing the band's hit Obviously together.
The Mack Man
Mackenzie, better known as The Mack Man, performed Perm by Bruno Mars for his blind audition. The 13-year-old got Will.i.am to spin for him and impressed as he revealed he wrote his own songs and played a number of instruments.
13-year-old Aiysha from Aberdeen gave a beautiful rendition of What a Difference A Day Makes by Dinah Washington to secure spins from both Jessie J and Danny, with the teenager opting to join Team Jessie.
13-year-old Liv from Essex took part in the show together with her pal Logann (below), with Liv singing Thursday by Jess Glynne for her audition. Unfortunately, there were no turns for the talented youngster.
Pal of previous auditionee Liv, 13-year-old Logann followed her friend onto the stage singing 100 Days, 100 Nights by Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings. Sadly she left the stage without getting the coaches to turn.
11-year-old Colin from Dublin proved mature beyond his years as he performed You Make Me Feel So Young by Frank Sinatra for the blind auditions. Both Pixie and Danny turned, with Colin choosing to join Team Pixie.
Adorable 7-year-old Peyton from Glasgow won over the audience before singing a word of her song, Colours of The Wind from Pocahontas. Once she did start singing, the coaches were also on board with Will, Jessie and Pixie all turning. Peyton opted to join Team Will.
14-year-old Wren from Cheltenham performed Leave (Get Out) by Anne Marie for her blind audition, winning a spot on Team Danny after the masterful performance.
13-year-old Danny from London gave a powerful performance of We Are Stars by Callum Beattie for his audition. Getting Pixie, Will and Danny to spin, Danny chose to join... Team Danny!
13-year-old Gracie from Wigan has hopes of making it on the West End and appropriately chose musical Hamilton to source her audition song, singing It's Quiet Uptown. Despite an incredible performance, no coaches turned for the teenager.
11-year-old Chloe returned to The Voice Kids this year after first applying in 2018. She was forced to withdraw from the competition after falling sick but now on the road to recovery, Chloe performed She Used To Be Mine by Sara Bareilles to get Pixie turning.
The Voice Kids continues Saturday nights on ITV.
You can watch full episodes online via the ITV Hub.
Those who make it through the blind auditions will go on to compete in the battle rounds later in the series.