Here's a run down of the final set of acts hoping to impress on The Voice Kids tonight.
The Voice Kids returns for 2019 on ITV this evening, Saturday June 29 at 8PM.
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.
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.
Emma Willis is again hosting the show and, throughout the Blind Auditions, cheering on from the wings as she joins with the hopefuls’ founder fan club members - their friends and families.
Meet tonight's last set of hopeful contestants below and tune in to The Voice Kids tonight to watch their auditions and see who gets a spin.
The Voice Kids, Saturday 29 June, 8PM on ITV.
The Voice Kids 2019 contestants - week 4
13-year-old Raphael from London is keen to follow in the footsteps of his JLS star cousin, Marvin Humes. He auditions with You Can't Stop The Beat from Hairspray.
Supported by family - including her grandad roadie - 11-year-old Connie from Sheffield auditions with I Turn to You by Christina Aguilera.
14-year-old Jovani from Gibraltar performs Justin Bieber's Love Yourself as he auditions for the coaches tonight.
11-year-old Joslyn is from Cheadle, Staffordshire and hopes to be like Pixie Lott. For her blind audition, she performs Snow Patrol's Run.
Holly and Emily
Friends 10-year-old Holly and 11-year-old Emily have flown from Dubai to audition for The Voice Kids. They sing Someone Out There by Rae Morris for their blind audition.
13-year-old Harry from Lincoln takes a risk with his blind audition as he sings Jessie J's own song Who You Are.
12-year-old T'mya from Liverpool sings Whitney Houston's I Will Always Love You with a big twist for her audition.
12-year-old Jack from Dundee swaps practising his singing with his gran in the car for The Voice Kids stage tonight, singing Gabrielle Aplin's Please Don't Say You Love Me.
13-year-old Pheobie from Leicestershire sings Feels Like Home for her blind audition as her family (including four siblings) watch on backstage.
13-year-old Lucy from Portsmouth gives her all as she performs Andrew Lloyd Webber's Memory from the musical Cats for her blind audition.
13-year-old Jamie from Liverpool sings Maverick Sabre's I Need for his blind audition.
13-year-old Freddie from Lincolnshire, who has been getting singing tips from his mum, sings Drag Me Down by One Direction for his blind audition.
13-year-old Martha from Walsall vows to sing her heart out ahead of her blind audition, performing Whitney Houston's How Will I Know.
The Voice Kids 2019 begins on Saturday, June 29 at 8PM on ITV.
Following the blind auditions, the battle rounds begin next weekend.