The Voice UK is back for 2020 as our coaches hope to uncover some of the UK’s best unseen singing talent.
Jennifer Hudson has bowed out the series in favour of Grammy award-winning singer Meghan Trainor (of All About That Bass fame), who joins series regulars will.i.am, Olly Murs and Tom Jones.
While cheeky chappy Murs is the reigning champion, he may find himself struggling to retain the title as our coaches go head-to-head to land themselves some seriously talented singers.
Here’s who's on which team for The Voice 2020….
Olly Murs’ mate plumped for Sir Tom himself after wowing at the blind auditions with her rendition of Jess Glynne’s Don’t Be So Hard On Yourself.
Having previously sung together in Cardiff, it’s little surprise soulful Shezar picked Sir Tom.
Tom turned for the former cruise ship singer after being moved by her emotional performance.
Zion's gospel background ensured he gave a powerhouse performance.
With her unique take on Blondie’s Heart of Glass, Murs was over the moon to have Cameo pick him after two of the other coaches hoped to land her.
Ty's emotional version of Billie Eilish's When The Party's Over saw Olly turn for the student.
The 20-year-old Derry girl saw all four coaches spin around after her breath-taking rendition of Lewis Capaldi’s Bruises – but Brooke decided to choose newcomer Meghan.
The 16-year-old burst into tears after seeing both Olly and Meghan had turned for her – deciding to pick Meghan after she revealed her close links with Demi Lovato.
The 21-year-old got the party started for Meghan with her version of Jax Jones' Instruction.
Aoife & Katie
The 16-year-old twins wowed Meghan with their cover of ABBA's Chiquitita.
The trio are hoping will.i.am can turn their part-time gig work into a full-time career.
Baby's unique voice and experience as Paloma Faith's backing singer saw will.i.am spin round.
The Voice UK continues Saturdays on ITV