The Voice UK 2017: Victoria Kerley sings for the coaches in final blind auditions

It's the final round of blind auditions on The Voice UK 2017 this weekend and here's a preview of one of the performances.

Show seven of this year's series will see hopeful Victoria Kerley hoping to win over the coaches with a performance of Treat You Better.

Welsh teenager Victoria has been singing since she was just four-years-old. She lives with her nan and grandad and they are very close. Victoria already gigs here, there and everywhere and her mum acts as her roadie!

The coaches, Jennifer Hudson, Sir Tom Jones and Gavin Rossdale are still on the hunt for the best singers for their teams but free spots in the next round are quickly dwindling.


After six weeks of try outs, Teams Jennifer, Gavin and Tom each have just one free space while Team Will has two places to fill from the latest batchJ of hopefuls.

With the number of places close to zero, it's going to prove harder and harder for this week's hopefuls to get the coaches turning.

Will Victoria be able to get at least one of the four spinning with her blind audition?

Host Emma Willis is back to presenter the final round of auditions as the last crop of hopefuls all seek to claim a place in one of the coaches’ teams, making it through to the battle rounds.


They need just one coach to turn to make it, although if more than one coach spins they then have the power to pick which team to join.

However if none of the coaches turn - and with teams close to full that's more likely than ever this weekend - then they lose their right to see them.


The coaches will stay with their backs to the stage while the contestant must make a lonely exit to the side of the stage without speaking to or seeing the coaches.

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