Here's a recap of the third round of blind auditions on The Voice UK 2017 as Sarah Morgan sings for the coaches.
In a clip from Saturday night's latest show we met 16-year-old Sarah who performed Missed by Ella Henderson.
The Scottish teenager got two spins from the coaches and ended up joining Gavin Rossdale's team.
Sarah and all the other auditionees on The Voice UK had just 90 seconds in all to persuade the coaches to turn for them with only their voice in order to make it into the battle stages.
Those who didn't get a turn from any of the four coaches faced 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.
Alongside Sarah, other hopefuls in the show at the weekend included Millicent Weave who performed Where Is My Mind by The Pixies, Craig Ward's song of choice is She's Always A Woman by Billy Joel and April Sullivan who belted out Barbra Streisand's Don't Rain On My Parade.
Other contestants on Saturday evening's blind audition were father and daughter Gino Eccles and Hayley Eccles and Team GB longjumper Jazmin Sawyers.
Each is looking to build teams of ten talented singers in a bid to coach one of them to become this year’s winner scooping a life changing record contract with Polydor Records.
After three weeks of blind auditions now, Team Jennifer and Team Gavin both have five of their ten places filled while Sir Tom and Will.i.am each have four singers on their teams.
The Voice UK 2017 continues this Saturdays nights on ITV.