The Voice UK 2019 recap! Second battle round results and steals revealed

The Voice UK recap!

Here’s a recap of The Voice UK 2019 battle rounds tonight from the second of three weeks of shows.


In the battles, the coaches puts the singers in their teams against one another in a series of musical sing-offs.

In each battle, one act will win and progress through to the knockouts, which will air later this month (March).

But it’s not over just then for the loser with the other coaches able to steal acts that their rivals reject, securing them for their team in the knockout rounds.

However each coach only has one steal to use so they’re sure to be extra picky about who they poach.

Tonight was week two of the battles and we saw performances from across the four teams.

After last week’s first round, Jennifer and Olly had already used their steals leaving only Sir Tom and Will with a free space each.


Those acts that aren’t stolen are eliminated from the competition for good while those that make it through head into the knockouts.

Here’s all the results from The Voice UK battle rounds this weekend…

The Voice 2019 battle results

Team Will

Khadija v Emmanuel Smith
Song: ‘Fallin’ by Alicia Keys
Result: Emmanuel wins! Khadija was not stolen


Seth Oraeki v NXTGEN
Song:‘Youngblood’ by 5 Seconds of Summer
Result: NXTGEN wins! Seth was not stolen



Team Olly

Eva Campbell v Callum Butterworth
Song: ‘This Town’ by Niall Horan
Result: Eva wins! stole Calum!



Moya v Bethzienna Williams
Song: ‘Never Tear Us Apart’ by INXS
Result: Moya wins! Sir Tom stole Bethzienna!



Bukky Oronti v Gisela Green
Song: ‘Best Thing I Never Had’ by Beyonce
Result: Bukky wins! Gisela was not stolen


Team Tom

Peter Donegan v Deana Walmsley
Song: ‘Make You Feel My Love’ by Bob Dylan
Result: Deana wins! Peter was not stolen


Did you agree with the coaches’ decisions? Who were you backing to win?


Tell us your opinions by tweeting us @tellymix!

The Voice UK 2019 battle rounds conclude next Saturday night from 8PM Saturday, March 9 on ITV.

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