The Voice Coaches Pick Final Battle Rounds Winners
Tears and tough decisions as the teams are whittled down...
The Voice coaches have whittled down their teams after an emotional night of vocal battles.
Dubbed Super Battle Saturday, each of the coaches were faced with tough decision after tough decision as their acts took to the stage, and there was plenty of drama as a result.
Up next on Tom's team were powerhouse duo Diva versus shy Joseph Apostol. Described by Jessie J as "technically one of the best battles", it was Joseph's range and unusual voice that won his tearful coach over.
Also making it onto the Welsh legend's team were Alys Williams, who fought off fierce competition from Lareena Mitchell, while 'rock n roll chef' Ragsy saw off Colin Chisholm in an epic version of Muse's Starlight.
Jessie J's battles started with Alex Buchanan pitched against 18-year-old Letitia Grant-Brown, but his dance moves lost him Jessie's vote. However, both Danny and Will opted to steal, and Alex was saved by Team O'Donoghue.
Then it was the turn of backing singer Trevor Francis vs Jessie J superfan Lem Knights, whose rendition of Soul Man by Sam & Dave had all four coaches on their feet. Jessie went with Trevor's experience, but luckily for Lem, Will.I.Am stepped in to use the last available steal.
As was reported yesterday, it was Will's battle rounds that caused much of the drama.
After Liam Tamne and John Pritchard did battle singing Phil Collins' Easy Lover, Jessie, Tom and Danny all agreed that the key was too high. And Will's decision to take John into the next round caused Jessie to storm off set.
Will's final choice was between guitar-playing Emily Worton and excitable Moni Tivony, who took on Little Talks by Of Monsters & Men, and it was an ecstatic Moni that took the final spot on Will's team.
Next week sees the first of the knockout rounds.