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We're into our third week of blind auditions now and when the coaches aren't giggling about Rita Ora making a fart sound on her chair or grousing about the Welsh Mafia which is apparently led by Sir Tom Jones, they're bashing their buttons pretty heavily indeed to add members to their teams.
In fact, six acts - Daniel Duke, Emmanuel Nwamadi, Esmée Denters, Joe Woolford, Liss Jones and Stephanie Webber - made it through to the battles, while we sadly had to say goodbye to five hopefuls. But who had the best audition? Here we go with our attempt to rank again...
1. Emmanuel Nwamadi
Song: 'The Sweetest Taboo' - Sade
Team: Team Ricky
Alright, we'll admit it - the minute Emmanuel said he was inspired by the Spice Girls, we were on his side (even if his choice of favourite song was frankly bizarre - 'Mama'? Really?) But we had »
We're already into our third week of blind auditions! Yes, 11 more plucky hopefuls will take to the stage this weekend in an attempt to convince those coaches to turn around and add them to their teams.
If you can't quite wait until Saturday and want to know who's going to be singing their hearts out - and, in fact, what they'll be singing - then you're in luck, because we have the information and pictures right here for you...
1. Stephanie Webber - 25, Wales
Song: 'Mama's Broken Heart' - Miranda Lambert
What you need to know: Don't mess with Stephanie - she's a black belt in Korean kick-boxing. (For a day job, she works as a cleaner in a Cardiff gym.)
2. Josh McDonough - 19, Epsom
Song: 'Waves' - Mr Probz
What you need to know: Josh was a competitive swimmer but now teaches the sport to kids. Oh, and his granddad »
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