The Voice Kids 2019 results: Second battle round recap – who’s in the semi-finals?

The Voice Kids UK 2019 battle round results - watch online (July 13)

The results from the last of The Voice Kids 2019 battle rounds are in – who’s in the semi-finals?

The Voice Kids UK is airing Saturday nights, and this evening (July 13) was the conclusion of the battles.

Coaches Pixie Lott, Danny Jones, Jessie J, returned tonight with some tough decisions to make.

Presented by Emma Willis, the new series is open to talented young soloists and duos between the ages of seven and 14.

Tonight saw the second half of the battle rounds of The Voice Kids 2019.

In a difference to the main show, in The Voice Kids the battles are a three way competition for just one place in the semi-finals.

There are also no steals on The Voice Kids – meaning no second chances for the coaches who must pick just one winner from each three way battle in their team.

In tonight’s second half of the battles, the semi-finalists were confirmed – here are all the results and performances…

Team Will: Ava & Alfie, Peyton, Lil Shan Shan

Up first in this week’s battles was Team Will as Ava & Alfie, Peyton and Lil Shan Shan went head to head singing See You Again by Charlie Puth and Wiz Khalifa. Will named Lil Shan Shan as the winner, sending her through to next weekend’ semi-finals.


Team Danny: Mykee D, Danny, Joslyn

Team Danny’s first battle of the night saw Mykee D, Danny and Joslyn sing off with High Hopes by Panic! At The Disco. Making his decision, Danny said: “Going off that performance, Joslyn.”


Team Pixie: Holly & Emily, Chloe, Sweet Harmony

The final battle on Team Pixie involved duo Holly & Emily, Chloe and brother-sister duo Sweet Harmony, singing Never Forget by Take That. Choosing between the group, Pixie named Chloe as the winner.


Team Will: Jamie, T’Mya, David & Ammani

Team Will’s final battle featured Jamie, T’Mya and duo David & Ammani performing an impressive cover of No Tears Left To Cry by Ariana Grande. Making the difficult decision between them, Will chose duo David & Ammani for the semi-finals.


Team Jessie: Charley, Pheobie, Harry

The last of Team Jessie’s battles, Charley, Pheobie and Harry faced off as they performed All I Am by Jess Glynne with Jessie naming Pheobie her winner and putting the youngster through to the semi-finals.


Team Danny: Ryan, Sam, Ivy

Team Danny’s Ryan, Sam and Ivy presented the very final battle of this year’s series, singing Queen & David Bowie classic Under Pressure. Deciding his winner, Danny said: “I have to go with someone who has something a little bit deeper, and that’s Sam.”


The Voice Kids 2019 continues next Saturday night with the semi-finals.

The remaining 12 acts will go head to head in their teams for four places in the live final where the viewers will pick this year’s winner.