The Voice UK: Who is your favourite? Top 24 artists MEGA POLL!

The Voice UK 2019 contestants are down to a top 24 – who is your favourite?


Over the past two months we’ve gone from thousands of auditionees to just a handful of potential finalists.

Seven weeks left us with 40 through to the battle rounds where coaches had to make the first cuts.

Over three weeks of battle rounds, the judges each eliminated five acts but all also had the chance to steal another from a rival’s team.

Now 24 contestants remain on The Voice UK – who is your favourite? Vote in our poll below!

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On Team Tom are trio Equip To Overcome consisting of Gabrielle (20), Yolanda (20) and Shalom (20) from Kent, 43-year-old Paster from London Roger Samuels, 43-year-old Musical Theatre actor Cedric Neal, 23-year-old Deana from Liverpool, 27-year-old Ayanam Udoma from Manchester and 28-year-old musician Bethzienna Williams from Barry.

Those in the knockouts for Team Will are trio Nxt Gen made up of Cian, Sonny and Joel, all aged 21, 21-year-old Estate Agent Ilianna from Purley, 16-year-old Gabriel Dryss from London, 17-year-old student Callum Butterworth from Halifax, 29-year-old part time motivational speaker Emmanuel Smith from London and 27-year-old Christina Ellinas from Liverpool.

In Team Jennifer are trio Remember Monday made up of Charlotte Steele, Holly-Ann Hull and Lauren Byrne, 24-year-old West End actress Nicole Dennis from North London, 16-year-old student Bukky Oronti from London, 34-year-old Sarah Tucker from Essex, 27-year-old singer-songwriter Moyafrom Jersey and 17-year-old student Connie Lamb from Suffolk.

And finally making up Team Olly are 17-year-old Molly Hocking from St Ives in Cornwall, 26-year-old Harrisen Larner-Main from Weston Super Mare, 23-year-old singer Stefan Mahendra from Bromley, 16-year-old student Eva Campbell from Dublin, 21-year-old Georgia Bray from Cannock and 23-year-old Jimmy Balito from Sussex.

In the knockouts each will perform a hopefully killer song for the panel and a live studio audience.

As in the battles, all the coaches will then offer up an opinion but only that act’s mentor has the power.


They must decide on just two acts to take through to the live shows, to air on ITV later this year.

The Voice UK 2019 continues Saturday night at 7:30PM with the first half of the knockouts.

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