The Voice UK 2017 hit our screens again tonight for the sixth round of blind auditions on ITV.
Global music legends will.i.am, Jennifer Hudson, Sir Tom Jones and Gavin Rossdale are this year's coaches and on the search for the best vocal talent that Britain has to offer.
Up for grabs is a record deal with Polydor Records but to be in with a chance contestants must first win a spot on one of the four teams.
And as the blind auditions draw to a close, that's getting incredibly difficult.
Each of the coaches is looking to build teams of ten acts for the battle rounds and the numbers of available spots have been falling each week.
Ahead of tonight's show, Team Gavin and Team Jennifer both had only two free places while Team Tom and Team Will each had three more spaces to fill.
As always, the first stage is the blind auditions where the contestants have 90 seconds to impress the coaches with their voices alone.
Sat with their backs to the contestants, if the coaches like what they hear, they hit their buzzer to spin around and select that artist for their teams. If more than one coach spins then it's up the act to pick which team to join
Here's how the six round of blind auditions played out tonight...
Audition song: Mess Around (Ray Charles)
Tom Seals got the crowd going with his upbeat performance, playing the piano to a Ray Charles classic in a bid to impress the coaches.
Unfortunately he couldn't quite convince any of the panel to spin, seeing him immediately leave the stage.
Audition song: Shackles (Mary Mary)
27-year-old music teacher Stacey had her pupils cheering her on as she stepped out on stage to face the backs of The Voice UK coaches.
Chasing her dream of becoming an intentional recording artist, Stacey's journey got off to a great start with two spins from Jennifer and Tom.
After pitching, it was Jennifer who won over Stacey for her team.
Audition song: FourFiveSeconds (Rihanna ft Kanye West and Paul McCartney)
Lia had her whole family backstage cheering her on, including the teenager's younger Will.i.am fan brother.
He was therefore over the moon when Lia managed to get the Black Eyed Peas star spinning after singing FourFiveSeconds, securing Lia a place on Will's team in the battle rounds.
Audition song: Nessun Dorma (Luciano Pavarotti)
Adorable 18-year-old surprised everyone when she opened her mouth and a huge operatic voice came out.
The teenager, who had cited Beyonce as one of inspirations, may have had a stunning vocal but it wasn't enough for the picky coaches who all remained with their backs to the stage.
Audition song: Don’t Worry Baby (The Beach Boys)
Sam currently rehearses his music in his caravan home based at his family's caravan holiday park.
Currently working as an electrician, Sam is now after a recording contract but unfortunately none of The Voice UK coaches felt he was for them.
Audition song: Work Song (Hozier)
Student Keziah has always had to put singing second to her studies. But now she’s ready to step into the spotlight and follow her dreams.
In the show on Saturday, she admitted her mum would prefer her to do something academic, but she’s ready to take the plunge and pursue music as a career.
And it got off to a GREAT start with all four coaches turning for Keziah, who chose to join Gavin Rossdale's line up.
Audition song: Wake Me Up (Avicii)
Hannah currently spends her days working on her farm, from feeding animals to shaving sheep.
The self-confessed "secret singer" revealed her boyfriend had applied on her behalf, leaving Hannah shocked when she was invited to sing for the coaches.
Unfortunately the country performer didn't manage to get any of the coaches to spin.
Audition song: Love Yourself (Justin Bieber)
Coming from a big, super-close family, Septimus has the support of his brood of younger siblings, who are all very proud.
Singing Love Yourself by Justin Bieber, Septimus got Sir Tom Jones to spin and joined his team.
Audition song: Lay Me Down (Sam Smith)
Closing tonight's penultimate round of Th Voice UK blind auditions was Nadine McGhee.
The 18-year-old from Runcorn performed Lay Me Down by Sam Smith and won herself a spot on Sir Tom Jones' team after he was the only coach to turn.