Here's a first preview of the second round of blind auditions on The Voice UK 2017 on ITV.
In a preview clip from Saturday night's second show we meet Charlie Drew who performs Drake's One Dance.
The crowd seem to love the performance but can he get a spin from at least one of the coaches to join those already through the blind auditions?
Charlie and all the other auditionees on The Voice UK this weekend will have just the 90 seconds to persuade the coaches to turn for them with only their voice in order to make it into the battle stages.
In the clip, Charlie's voices prompts an immediate reaction on the panel but will any of the judges be impressed enough to press their buttons?
Or could Charlie be the next unfortunate victim of a new "brutal" twist in the blind auditions? This year if no coaches turn then they stay facing away from the stage, as the unlucky act walks off without ever seeing or speaking to them.
As for coaches this year's hopefuls will have to impress, ITV have undone the BBC's controversial work to bring back Sir Tom Jones to the show alongside Will.i.am and two new names: American singer Jennifer Hudson and British rocker Gavin Rossdale, lead singer of Bush.
After last weekend's first blind auditions Gavin and Jennifer have two acts apiece while Will and Tom have one each, meaning plenty of room for more talented performers on all four teams.
The Voice UK 2017 continues this Saturday night, January 14 on ITV from 8PM.