The Voice UK: who’s singing for survival in the final knockout round?

The top three from Team Tom and Team Ricky will warble their way through to the live shows tonight


With Team and Team Rita already chosen the pressure’s on Ricky and Tom to pick their top three tonight.


There are only six spots left in the live shows but with sixteen singers still to take to the stage there’s a long way to go…

Team Ricky

Des’ree may sing It’s Gotta Be You but will Ricky Wilson be saying the same thing to Christina Matovu?

Making it through to the live shows is a Wicked Game but Olivia Lawson‘s giving it a shot with the Chris Isaak track of the same name.

Hannay Symons takes on Drunk In Love by Beyonce, but will Ricky fall for her killer tune at the end of the day?

Stevie McCrorie‘s planning to belt out Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For but when he’s done with the U2 track will Ricky show him the door?

Irish singer Claudia Rose (above) is singing Dorothy Moore’s Misty Blue. Here’s hoping by the end of the evening the words won’t ring true.

Letitia George takes to the stage with The Beatles’ Twist and Shout. Could the Liverpool lads’ iconic track help her prove she’s a knockout?

Emmanuel Nwamadi‘s tackling a big Otis Reading song. Will the performance leave Ricky feeling as though he’s Been Loving You Too Long?

Michael Jackson’s Human Nature is the track of choice for Autumn Sharif, but will it fill Mr Wilson with a sense of dread or belief?

Team Tom

Coventry’s own Karl Loxley goes for gold with Your Song. Will Tom judge the Elton John classic to be right or wrong?

Rosa Iamele takes on Blondie’s Heart of Glass. Will it be enough to make Mr Jones say yes to the London lass?

Daniel Duke gets brave with Shake It Off by Taylor Swift. Can the 2014 anthem give him that winning lift?

Optimism is the name of the game for Joyful Soundz (below) but will the Sounds of Blackness song see them through the knockout rounds?

Birmingham singer Sasha Simone has chosen Lianne Le Havas’ Lost & Found but will it be the killer tune that sends her through?

Woman In Love is Sharon Murphy‘s Barbra Streisand track of choice. Will it give Mr Jones that loving feeling?

Brixton’s Lara Lee tackles some Billy Holiday. Could God Bless The Child be her golden ticket or will Tom send her on her merry way?

Creedence Clearwater Revival’s Proud Mary is top of the list for Howard Rose. Will it do the business for Mr Jones? It’s anyone’s guess if he stays or if he goes…


Catch the final Voice UK knockout round on BBC1 tonight (March 15th) from 7.45pm.