The Voice 2017: Talented Tanya Lacey makes a musical comeback at the blind auditions

The Voice UK 2017 blind auditions are back this evening on ITV and here's a preview of one of the acts.

Show 4 of this year's series sees hopeful Tanya Lacey tease the coaches with her voice - but will her audition be enough to win a spin?

31 year old Tanya from Bristol's career in music began when she dropped out of college and was in a band for three years. It was whilst in the band that she learnt to write and perform.

She co-wrote a song called 'The Hardest Ever' for The Voice coach, Will.I.Am. Tanya says, "he jumped on it and turned it into the monster of a track that it is" before explaining she is nervous to perform in front of him at the blind audition and to meet him for the first time.


While following that success Tanya experienced some momentum and buzz around her music, it unfortunately didn't last and escalate as she wanted it to and she hit a place where things started to slow down and stop.

Can her audition on The Voice UK be the start of an epic comeback? Jennifer Hudson, Sir Tom Jones and Gavin Rossdale continue on their quest to uncover the best vocal talent that Britain has to offer, with this year’s winner scooping a life changing record contract with Polydor Records.

In the preview we see Will encouraging the other coaches to spin for Tanya but will they any of them hit their buzzers?


Or is Will up to his usual tactics once again?

After three weeks of blind auditions, Team Jennifer and Team Gavin both have five of their ten places filled while Sir Tom and each have four singers on their teams.

With each coach looking for 10 acts, they've more than enough places for Tanya but whether or not she will win a spot remains to be seen.

Emma Willis will return to host the action Saturday evening as each vocalist, or singing duo, seeks to claim a place in one of the coaches’ teams.

And this year the format has been changed so if all the coaches fail to turn for an act they lose their right to see them - leaving them forever wondering if they should have hit their buttons.


Meanwhile, the unfortunate contestants who don't get any spins must make a lonely and often emotional exit to the side of the stage without speaking to the coaches.

The Voice UK 2017 continues this Saturday night on ITV from 8PM.