Here's a full recap of how The Voice Kids 2019 teams look for the upcoming semi-finals.
Series three of the The Voice Kids in the UK continued on Saturday with the second half of this year's battle stages.
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, were eligible to come and sing their hearts out at the blind auditions.
Those that got a turn progressed through to the battles where the coaches had to cut their teams down from 9 to just three.
In each battle, three acts faced off with the same song with their coach picking just one to progress through to the semi-finals.
Meet the contestants through to the semi-finals below...
The Voice Kids teams 2019
Team Jessie J
14-year-old Amaree from Cardiff
9-year-old Keira from Dagenham auditioned with a cover of Neverland from the musical Finding Neverland.
13-year-old Pheobie from Leicestershire gave us a real moment as she performed Feels Like Home.
Team Pixie Lott
13-year-old Liam from Birmingham
12-year-old Gracie-Jayne performed Golden Slumbers by Jennifer Hudson/The Beatles for her blind audition
11-year-old Chloe performed She Used To Be Mine by Sara Bareilles to get Pixie turning.
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.
13-year-old Raphael from London performed You Can't Stop The Beat from Hairspray at his audition.
Team Danny Jones
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.
11-year-old Joslyn from Cheadle, Staffordshire belted out Snow Patrol's Run for her blind audition.
What's next on The Voice Kids?
Those who have won a spot on one of the four teams from the battles are through to the semi-finals.
At the semi-final, those singers will be singing to impress their coaches for one last time as each coach selects just one act per team to make it to the live final and then the ultimate decision will be in the hands of the viewers at home.
The final four will perform in the live final in the hope of winning the public vote. Win the competition and they’ll secure a £30,000 bursary towards their musical education as well as a family holiday to Orlando courtesy of Universal Studios and Norwegian Air.
The Voice Kids airs Saturday nights on ITV.