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Stevie McCrorie wants to collaborate with Calvin Harris

21 April 2015 2:15 AM, PDT | Virgin Media - TV | See recent Virgin Media - TV news »

Stevie McCrorie wants to collaborate with Calvin Harris. The 'Voice UK' winner has revealed that the fellow Scottish DJ would be one of his dream people to work with, after hearing his collaboration with Haim, 'Pray to God', although he doesn't think he's established enough to work with him just yet, having just released his debut single 'Lost Stars'. Speaking exclusively to Bang Showbiz, Stevie said: ''I'd love to collaborate with Kelly Jones of Stereophonics and, even, James Bay. I think he's such a great artist but he's probably too busy for me! ''I love Calvin Harris' stuff, and he's from Scotland »

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The Voice UK winner Stevie McCrorie: 'I want my music to sound raw'

11 April 2015 3:56 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

It's been seven days since the latest series of The Voice UK came to an end - and this year's winner Stevie McCrorie has just had the most intense and insane week of his life.

When Digital Spy caught up with Stevie on the afternoon of Friday, April 10, he'd just been mobbed by fans after a performance in Glasgow city - and the star admits he never could have predicted such a passionate reaction...

"No way, man - it's funny you say that, because I was actually thinking that at the time. 'I can't believe that this is happening' - I mean, you win these shows and people do well off it, but it's like people have genuinely got a hunger to see me, and hear my music, and that's just such a great start for me."

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The Voice UK winner Stevie McCrorie leading singles chart race

7 April 2015 6:09 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

The Voice UK winner Stevie McCrorie is on course to top the charts with his debut single - according to early sales figures.

The Scottish firefighter - who was crowned the winner of the show's fourth series on Saturday (April 4) - is currently 5,000 copies ahead of his nearest rival.

His cover of 'Lost Stars', which was originally recorded by Maroon 5's Adam Levine, was released just hours after his victory.

However, Nick Jonas's 'Jealous', Pep & Rash's 'Rumours' and Jess Glynne's 'Hold My Hand' could yet prevent McCrorie from top spot at the end of the week.

McCrorie is set to become the first Voice UK winner to score a number one single if he maintains his current lead - and will certainly beat the Voice winner's record set by series two winner Andrea Begley, who reached number 30 with her cover of Evanescence's 'My Immortal'.

McCrorie told viewers »

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Scottish firefighter Stevie McCrorie wins The Voice

4 April 2015 4:38 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Singer, coached by Kaiser Chiefs frontman Ricky Wilson, beats off competition from Emmanuel Nwamadi, Lucy O’Byrne and Sasha Simone

The Voice, BBC1’s televised singing competition, has been won by a 29-year-old firefighter from Clackmannanshire in Scotland. Stevie McCrorie beat off strong competition from Lucy O’Byrne in the grand final of the show on Saturday night. Also in the final were Emmanuel Nwamadi and Sasha Simone.

His debut single, made available at midnight on Saturday, is a cover of Lost Stars – originally by Maroon 5 singer Adam Levine.

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- Press Association

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The Voice: Stevie McCrorie's 'Lost Stars' released

4 April 2015 4:17 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Stevie McCrorie's first single has gone on sale after he was crowned the winner of The Voice 2015.

The singer beat out fellow finalist Lucy O'Byrne while Emmanuel Nwamadi and Sasha Simone finished in third and fourth place.

The 29-year-old firefighter from Alva in Scotland took to the stage three times during last night's show (April 4), performing The Pretenders' 'I'll Stand By You', 'Get Back' by The Beatles with mentor Ricky Wilson and his own twist on the winner's single 'Lost Stars', which was originally recorded by Adam Levine.

'Lost Stars' can be downloaded from iTunes now.

The track was first recorded for the Begin Again film soundtrack and received an Oscar nomination in 2015 for Best Original Song.

Watch Stevie McCrorie perform the winner's song at the live finals of The Voice below: »

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Stevie McCrorie wins The Voice

4 April 2015 3:00 PM, PDT | Virgin Media - TV | See recent Virgin Media - TV news »

Stevie McCrorie has won 'The Voice'. The former firefighter beat off competition from Lucy O'Byrne to be crowned the champion of the BBC One show. Speaking after his win, he said: ''I'm so lost for words right now. ''I can't thank everyone enough for doing this for me. I never thought this was possible.'' But the 29-year-old singer - who will release his debut single, a cover of Adam Levine's 'Lost Stars' in aid of BBC's Performing Arts Fund charity - isn't planning to celebrate for too long as he revealed he is getting down to ''business'' straight away. He said: ''After tonight, it gets »

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The Voice UK: Who is going to win tonight? As it happened

4 April 2015 10:30 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

It's time! After weeks of blind auditions and battles and knockouts and live shows, there are just four acts still standing on The Voice UK - Emmanuel Nwamadi, Lucy O'Byrne, Sasha Simone and Stevie McCrorie. And tonight, one of them will be crowned the winner!

We'll be bringing you all the action right here on this very live blog, so join us from 7pm when the show starts as the acts belt it out for the last time, the coaches sweat nervously in their big red chairs, and Emma Willis and Marvin Humes (hopefully) hold the whole thing together...

21:13What did you think of the series? It was a bit of a good one, wasn't it? We'll see you next year for the new series... thanks for joining us tonight, and keep leaving your comments below!

21:12And now the rest of the finalists are on stage to congratulate Stevie, »

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The Voice UK: Who is going to win tonight? Live blog

4 April 2015 10:30 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

It's time! After weeks of blind auditions and battles and knockouts and live shows, there are just four acts still standing on The Voice UK - Emmanuel Nwamadi, Lucy O'Byrne, Sasha Simone and Stevie McCrorie. And tonight, one of them will be crowned the winner!

We'll be bringing you all the action right here on this very live blog, so join us from 7pm when the show starts as the acts belt it out for the last time, the coaches sweat nervously in their big red chairs, and Emma Willis and Marvin Humes (hopefully) hold the whole thing together...

21:13What did you think of the series? It was a bit of a good one, wasn't it? We'll see you next year for the new series... thanks for joining us tonight, and keep leaving your comments below!

21:12And now the rest of the finalists are on stage to congratulate Stevie, »

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Sophie Turner: Sansa Stark will be 'player' in new Game of Thrones

2 April 2015 2:15 AM, PDT | Virgin Media - TV | See recent Virgin Media - TV news »

Stevie McCrorie has won 'The Voice'. The former firefighter beat off competition from Lucy O'Byrne to be crowned the champion of the BBC One show. Speaking after his win, he said: ''I'm so lost for words right now. ''I can't thank everyone enough for doing this for me. I never thought this was possible.'' But the 29-year-old singer - who will release his debut single, a cover of Adam Levine's 'Lost Stars' in aid of BBC's Performing Arts Fund charity - isn't planning to celebrate for too long as he revealed he is getting down to ''business'' straight away. He said: ''After tonight, it gets »

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Emily Hampshire Talks Returning To 12 Monkeys And Schitt’s Creek – Exclusive Interview

27 March 2015 10:14 AM, PDT | AreYouScreening.com | See recent AreYouScreening news »

Emily Hampshire is in the unique position of being on two of the coolest shows on television right now. You’ll find her in 12 Monkeys on Syfy as Jennifer Goines, the mental institution resident and daughter of the creator of “the virus.” She’s also in the CBC show (though it airs in the U.S. if you have the right channel) Schitt’s Creek, and she plays Stevie, the motel clerk who can’t believe the screwy “rich” people who now live in her motel.

You should really check out both shows, though they could hardly be any different, and Emily has great roles in both. 12 Monkeys obviously is what it is, and she seems to almost be channeling Ally Sheedy in some very odd sense (that is probably specific to me), but to go into a show with Eugene and Dan Levy, and Catherine O’Hara, and steal the show… »

- Marc Eastman

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