The Voice UK 2019: The best blind auditions from week six

It was the sixth round of auditions on The Voice UK 2019 last weekend an here are the most popular performances from Saturday.


As always, the first stage of the singing competition is the blind auditions where the contestants must hold their nerve as they sing to the backs of the coaches.

If the coaches like what they hear, they hit their button to spin around and select that artist for their teams of ten. If more than one spins then it’s up to the act to pick which team to join.

Based on online hits and shares over the past few days, we’ve ranked the most popular performances from Saturday’s fifth round of blind auditions.

Here’s our countdown…

Gabriel Dryss

16-year-old student Gabriel Dryss from London has been getting singing tips via Skype from his grandad in France. Putting all the advice into practice on Saturday night, the teenager performed a cover of ‘Treasure’ by Bruno Mars that won him a spot on Team Will after he become the only coach to turn around.




Closing the show this weekend was 23-year-old Deana from Liverpool. Deana performed her own take on ‘Back to Black’ by Amy Winehouse getting all of Olly, Sir Tom and to turn. After a mega pitch battle, Deana chose to join Team Tom.


Jack Hawitt

29-year-old Jack Hawitt from Barrow-in-Furness currently works as a singing waiter. Hoping to swap serving drinks for spinning chairs, Jack performed ‘Diamonds’ by Rihanna at this week’s blind auditions. Although the performance didn’t secure any turns from the coaches, online it has proved a hit with fans of the show.



Kenza Blanka

Completing this week’s round up is another act who didn’t get the coaches to turn but has proved popular online. 34-year-old Kenza Blanka from London was Saturday’s penultimate performer, singing ‘Papaoutai’ by Stromae before leaving the stage without seeing the coaches.


Who was your favourite on The Voice UK this week? Tweet us @tellymix!

The Voice UK 2019 continues this Saturday night on ITV.


The final round of blind auditions begins at 8PM.

Emma Willis hosts the series, which will air throughout the Spring.

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