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The Voice UK (series 6)

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The Voice UK
Series 6
Broadcast from 7 January (2017-01-07) – 2 April 2017 (2017-04-02)
Presenter(s) Emma Willis (ITV)
Co-presenter(s) Cel Spellman (ITV Hub)
Finals venue LH2 Studios
Mo Adeniran
Origin Warrington, Cheshire
Song "Unsteady"
Genre(s) Pop, Soul, R&B
Mentor Jennifer Hudson
Into the Ark

The Voice UK is a British television music competition to find new singing talent. The sixth series began airing on 7 January 2017, with Emma Willis hosting the main show, and Cel Spellman presenting online spin-off show The V Room. It is the first series to air on ITV since its move from BBC One.[1] returned for his sixth series as a coach,[2][3] Sir Tom Jones also returned to the show after a series hiatus, replacing Paloma Faith, and Jennifer Hudson and Gavin Rossdale joined as new coaches on the show, replacing Boy George and Ricky Wilson.[4] Mo Adeniran won the competition and Jennifer Hudson was the winning coach and the first female coach to win the show.

Coaches and presenters

On 13 November 2015, Ricky Wilson announced that the fifth series would be his last as a coach.[5] However, on 24 March 2016, it was revealed that he could make a return to the show.[6] On 3 July 2016, coach, who had his doubts about returning for his sixth series, confirmed that he will return for the new series.[3] On 5 July 2016, Boy George announced his departure from the show after just one series.[7] Former coach, Sir Tom Jones hinted that he could possibly return to the programme after the show had moved to ITV.[8] On 17 July 2016, another former coach, Jessie J, ruled herself out of returning to The Voice UK for the sixth series, after speculation of her returning to the show.[9] Wilson later confirmed that he would not be involved with the show for series 6 later in the month.[10] On 28 September, the coaching line-up was confirmed as, Jennifer Hudson, Gavin Rossdale, with Jones also returning.[4] On her appointment, Hudson commented, "I couldn't be more excited to join the amazing panel of coaches on The Voice UK! The UK has always been so supportive of me since the beginning of my career so I’m really looking forward to sharing my point of view with the contestants and especially Team JHUD. Discovering new artists has always been important to me and the UK has no shortage of talent, so I can only imagine what this experience will be like for everyone involved. I can't wait to get going and start developing each individual’s own sound!"[11]

Emma Willis announced that she would return to present the show alone, without her co-host Marvin Humes' involvement.[2] On 8 August 2016, it was announced that a planned ITV2 unnamed spinoff show had been scrapped.[12] However, in October 2016, it was announced that Cel Spellman would be presenting an online spin-off show titled The V Room and will be available on-demand via ITV Hub and feature exclusive content across social media sites and the show's mobile app.[13]


Colour key:

  •      Winner
  •      Runner-up
  •      Third place
  •      Fourth place
  •      Eliminated in the Live shows
  •      Eliminated in the Knockouts
  •      Artist was stolen by another coach at the Battles
  •      Eliminated in the Battles
Coach Top 40 Artists
Michelle John Jason Jones Tanya Lacey Hayley Eccles Clara Hurtado
Lia White Tim Gallagher Victoria Kerley Lawrence Hill Jazmin Sawyers
Shakira Lueshing
Jennifer Hudson
Mo Adeniran Jamie Miller Jack Bruley Tim Gallagher David Jackson
Georgie Braggins Diamond Liza Baker Kit Rice Stacey Skeete
Israel Allen
Sir Tom Jones
Into The Ark Craig Ward Nadine McGhee Capital B Dannii Barnes
Victoria Kerley Linda Jennings Septimus Prime Ryhann Thomas Lucy Kane
Charlie Drew
Gavin Rossdale
Max Vickers Truly Ford Sarah Morgan Keziah Rodell Diamond
Carter Tanya Lacey Ruth Lockwood Hadleigh Ford Millicent Weaver
Note: Italicised names are stolen artists (names struck through within former teams).

Blind auditions

There was a change to the blind auditions format for 2017; if all the coaches reject an auditionee they keep their back to the singer and will not say what they thought about their performance, as well as not being able to meet them.[14] The blind auditions began filming on 19 October 2016 at MediaCity UK in Salford.[14][15]

Each coach has the length of the artists' performance to decide if they want that artist on their team. Should two or more coaches want the same artist, then the artist will choose their coach.

Colour key
   Coach hit his/her "I WANT YOU" button
     Artist defaulted to this coach's team
     Artist elected to join this coach's team
     Artist eliminated with no coach pressing his or her "I WANT YOU" button

Episode 1 (7 January)

The series premiere aired from 8.00pm until 9.35pm.

  • Group performance: The Voice UK coaches – "Under Pressure"
Artist Order Age Song Coaches and artists choices Jennifer Tom Gavin
Jason Jones
1 31 "Pillowtalk"
Jenny Jones
2 18 "Dangerous Woman"
Into the Ark
3 20-25 "Burning Love"
4 18 "If I Ain't Got You"
Rachel Rose
5 27 "Love Me Like You Do"
Jamie Gray
6 28 "Never Ever"
Truly Ford
7 22 "Dakota"
Max Vickers
8 24 "You Can Call Me Al"
Mo Adeniran
9 21 "Iron Sky"

Episode 2 (14 January)

This episode aired from 8.00pm until 9.30pm.

Artist Order Age Song Coaches and artists choices Jennifer Tom Gavin
Capital B
1 20-21 "His Eye Is on the Sparrow"
Chelsea Baldwin
2 29 "Vissi d'arte"
Charlie Drew
3 28 "One Dance"
Georgie Braggins
4 21 "Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye"
Jamie Miller
5 19 "Let It Go"
6 29 "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing"
Shannon Kitchen
7 18 "Roxanne"
Ben Fernihough
8 40 "Trouble"
Michelle John
9 43 "It's a Man's Man's Man's World"

Episode 3 (21 January)

This episode aired from 8.00pm until 9.30pm.

Artist Order Age Song Coaches and artists choices Jennifer Tom Gavin
April Sullivan
1 23 "Don't Rain on My Parade"
Millicent Weaver
2 18 "Where Is My Mind?"
David Jackson
3 29 "All I Want"
Kevin Prone
4 25 "Cinema Paradiso Love"
Craig Ward
5 31 "She's Always a Woman"
Gino Eccles
6 54 "You Are So Beautiful"
Hayley Eccles
7 22 "Upside Down"
8 22 "Here"/"Glory Box"
Sarah Morgan
9 16 "Missed"

Episode 4 (28 January)

This episode aired from 8.00pm until 9.30pm.

Artist Order Age Song Coaches and artists choices Jennifer Tom Gavin
Jack Bruley
1 20 "Tennessee Whiskey"
Ryan James
2 26 "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" / "Superstition"
Hadleigh Ford
3 38 "This Year's Love"
Liza Baker
4 44 "Alone"
Jon Middleton
5 19 "You're Beautiful"
Clara Hurtado
6 20 "Latch"
Ryhann Thomas
7 28 "I Swear"
Chantelle Jackson
8 23 "Don't Let Go (Love)"
9 31 "All the Man That I Need"

Episode 5 (4 February)

This episode aired from 8.00pm until 9.30pm.

Artist Order Age Song Coaches and artists choices Jennifer Tom Gavin
Shakira Lueshing
1 28 "Freak of the Week"
Lawrence Hill
2 25 "Save Tonight"
Tom Johnston
3 22 "Hometown Glory"
Zara Okro
4 18 "Alive"
5 21-21 "Wicked Game"
Scarlet Perry
6 22 "Syrup & Honey"
Dannii Barnes
7 20 "Tears"
Lucy Kane
8 20 "Will You Love Me Tomorrow"
Miss Cherry Bomb
9 40 "Diamonds Are Forever"
Israel Allen
10 26 "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going"

Episode 6 (11 February)

This episode aired from 8.00pm until 9.20pm.

Artist Order Age Song Coaches and artists choices Jennifer Tom Gavin
Tom Seals
1 23 "Mess Around"
Stacey Skeete
2 27 "Shackles (Praise You)"
Lia White
3 17 "FourFiveSeconds"
Ciara Harvie
4 18 "Nessun dorma"
Sam O’Hara
5 25 "Don't Worry Baby"
Keziah Rodell
6 20 "Work Song"
Hannah Ormerod
7 27 "Wake Me Up"
Septimus Prime
8 19 "Love Yourself"
Nadine McGhee
9 18 "Lay Me Down"

Episode 7 (18 February)

This episode aired from 8.00pm until 9.20pm.

Artist Order Age Song Coaches and artists choices Jennifer Tom Gavin
Paul Woodley
1 31 "Come Together"
2 22 "Girl Crush"
Kit Rice
3 25 "Ain't No Sunshine"
Kelly Irwin
4 16 "All I Could Do Was Cry" Team full
Tim Gallagher
5 23 "Crash"
Gavin Ellis
6 30 "Tears in Heaven"
Linda Jennings
7 49 "The Long and Winding Road"
Victoria Kerley
8 16 "Treat You Better" Team full
Ruth Lockwood
9 23 "Toxic" Team full

Battle rounds

Filming for the battles began in December 2016 at MediaCityUK, following the taping of the blind auditions. Each coach has only one steal.[16] The first part of the battle rounds will be broadcast on 25 February 2017 with part two airing on 26 February 2017.[17]

Colour key
   Coach hit his/her "I WANT YOU" button
       Artist won the Battle and advanced to the Knockouts
       Artist lost the Battle but was stolen by another coach and advances to the Knockouts
       Artist lost the Battle and was eliminated

Episode 1 (25 February)

This episode aired from 8.30pm until 10.30pm.

Order Coach Artists Song Coaches' and artists choices Jennifer Tom Gavin
1 Jennifer Hudson David Jackson Israel Allen "It's Your World" N/A
2 Clara Hurtado Shakira Lueshing "Bad Blood" N/A
3 Gavin Rossdale Keziah Rodell Bosie "Why" N/A
4 Tom Jones Dannii Barnes Charlie Drew "Can't Stop the Feeling!" N/A
5 Gavin Rossdale Max Vickers Millicent Weaver "My Favourite Game" N/A
6 Jennifer Hudson Jamie Miller Stacey Skeete "Perfect Strangers" N/A
7 Gavin Rossdale Truly Ford Hadleigh Ford "Go Your Own Way" N/A
8 Lia White Victoria Kerley "Final Song" N/A
9 Tom Jones Nadine McGhee Lucy Kane "Time After Time" Team full
10 Jennifer Hudson Mo Adeniran Diamond "A Change Is Gonna Come" N/A

Episode 2 (26 February)

This episode aired from 7.00pm until 9.00pm.

Order Coach Artists Song Coaches' and artists choices Jennifer Tom Gavin
1 Gavin Rossdale Tanya Lacey Carter "Superstition" Team full Team full
2 Hayley Eccles Jazmin Sawyers "Hold My Hand" Team full
3 Jennifer Hudson Kit Rice Jack Bruley "Ex-Factor" N/A
4 Michelle John Tim Gallagher "Nowhere to Run"
5 Tom Jones Rhyann Thomas Capital B "I Wanna Be the Only One" Team full
6 Jennifer Hudson Liza Baker Georgie Braggins "Something"
7 Tom Jones Septimus Prime Craig Ward "I'm Yours"
8 Jason Jones Lawrence Hill "Long Train Runnin'"
9 Tom Jones Into The Ark Linda Jennings "More Than Words"
10 Gavin Rossdale Ruth Lockwood Sarah Morgan "Young and Beautiful"

Live knockouts

For the first time, the knockouts were recorded live, with the remaining six contestants in each team standing on stage together, stepping forward one by one to sing for 90 seconds.[18] Emma Willis, the programme's presenter, commented, "The knockouts are live… Should I be saying this? I don't know if I should, It will be very immediate, when it's pre-recorded, they edit the show and put it out. This time it will be live so everything will be seen."[18]

In a new twist, viewers were able to vote for their favourite acts to go through to the live show, with each coach being able to save one act. Plus, each coach performed during the knockout rounds.

Episode Coach Order Artist Song Percentage Result
Episode 1
(March 4, 2017)
Jennifer Hudson 1 David Jackson "A Little Respect" 11.07% Eliminated
2 Jack Bruley "To Love Somebody" 1.84% Saved by Coach
3 Tim Gallagher "Want to Want Me" 6.76% Eliminated
4 Georgie Braggins "I Say a Little Prayer" 10.13% Eliminated
5 Mo Adeniran "Freedom" 22.78% Public's Vote
6 Jamie Miller "Shape of You" 47.42% Public's Vote
Episode 2
(March 5, 2017)
Tom Jones 1 Nadine McGhee "Secret Love Song Pt. II" 15.71% Saved by Coach
2 Craig Ward "Hold On Tight" 22.77% Public's Vote
3 Victoria Kerley "Find Me" 16.95% Eliminated
4 Capital B "One Day I'll Fly Away" 7.91% Eliminated
5 Dannii Barnes "False Alarm" 4.04% Eliminated
6 Into The Ark "Hold On, We're Going Home" 32.62% Public's Vote
Episode 3
(March 11, 2017) 1 Tanya Lacey "Changing" 17.59% Saved by Coach
2 Hayley Eccles "Need You Now" 8.03% Eliminated
3 Jason Jones "Into You" 18.78% Public's Vote
4 Lia White "Girls Just Want to Have Fun" 14.11% Eliminated
5 Clara Hurtado "Alarm" 13.32% Eliminated
6 Michelle John "I Can't Make You Love Me" 28.18% Public's Vote
Episode 4
March 12, 2017)
Gavin Rossdale 1 Diamond "Wonder" 6.66% Eliminated
2 Sarah Morgan "I Will Always Love You" 21.84% Public's Vote
3 Carter "Sledgehammer" 16.98% Eliminated
4 Truly Ford "Million Reasons" 13.08% Saved by Coach
5 Max Vickers "I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor" 22.50% Public's Vote
6 Keziah Rodell "Trouble" 18.95% Eliminated


Live shows

The first live show was broadcast on 18 March 2017,[19] with the second on 25 March, and the third and final live shows aired on 1 and 2 April 2017.

Results summary

Team's colour key
     Team Will
     Team JHud
     Team Tom
     Team Gavin
Result's colour key
     Artist given 'Fast Pass' by their coach and did not face the public vote
     Artist received the most public votes
     Artist received the fewest votes and was eliminated
Weekly results per artist
Contestant Week 1 Week 2 Week 3
Saturday Sunday
Round 1 Round 2
Mo Adeniran Fast Pass 1st
Into the Ark Fast Pass 2nd
Jamie Miller 1st
(week 3)
Michelle John 4th
(week 3)
Craig Ward 3rd
(week 2)
Max Vickers 2nd
(week 2)
Truly Ford Fast Pass 7th
(week 2)
Jason Jones Fast Pass 8th
(week 2)
Tanya Lacey 5th
(week 1)
Sarah Morgan 6th
(week 1)
Nadine McGhee 7th
(week 1)
Jack Bruley 8th
(week 1)

Live show details

Week 1: Quarter-final (18 March)

This episode aired from 8.30pm to 10.30pm.

Order Coach Artist Song Result
1 Tanya Lacey "Good Luck" Eliminated
2 Jason Jones "I Feel It Coming" Fast pass
3 Michelle John "I'm Every Woman" Advanced
4 Tom Jones Craig Ward "All These Things That I've Done" Advanced
5 Nadine McGhee "A Different Corner" Eliminated
6 Into the Ark "Jealous" Fast pass
7 Gavin Rossdale Max Vickers "Lonely Boy" Advanced
8 Truly Ford "Lights" Fast pass
9 Sarah Morgan "Royals" Eliminated
10 Jennifer Hudson Jamie Miller "Love on the Brain" Advanced
11 Jack Bruley "This Love" Eliminated
12 Mo Adeniran "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" Fast pass

Week 2: Semi-final (25 March)

This episode aired from 8.30pm to 10:30pm.

Order Coach Artist Song Result
1 Jason Jones "Use Somebody" Eliminated
2 Gavin Rossdale Max Vickers "Boys Don't Cry" Eliminated
3 Michelle John "Get Here" Advanced
4 Tom Jones Craig Ward "Castle on the Hill" Eliminated
5 Gavin Rossdale Truly Ford "Elastic Heart" Eliminated
6 Jennifer Hudson Jamie Miller "Stitches" Advanced
7 Mo Adeniran "Human" Advanced
8 Tom Jones Into The Ark "Let It Be Me" Advanced

Week 3: Final (1/2 April)

Saturday 1

This episode aired from 8:30pm to 10:20pm.

Group performance: The Voice UK coaches – "Freedom! '90"

Order Coach Artist First song Order Duet (with Coach) Result
1 Jennifer Hudson Jamie Miller "What Do You Mean?" 5 "Runnin'" Advanced
2 Tom Jones Into the Ark "No One" 6 "Hold On, I'm Comin'" Advanced
3 Michelle John "Purple Rain" 8 "I Feel for You" Fourth Place
4 Jennifer Hudson Mo Adeniran "Don't You Worry Child" 7 "Beneath Your Beautiful" Advanced
Sunday 2

This episode aired from 7:00pm to 8:00pm.

Musical Guests: John Legend ("Surefire")

Order Coach Artist First song Order Second song Result
1 Jennifer Hudson Jamie Miller "Shape of You" N/A N/A (already eliminated) 3rd Place
2 Tom Jones Into the Ark "Hold On, We're Going Home" 4 "Not a One" Runner-up
3 Jennifer Hudson Mo Adeniran "Iron Sky" 5 "Unsteady" Winner



The series went "head-to-head" with the new BBC One talent show, Let It Shine, which premiered on 7 January, the same date as The Voice UK's premiere.[20]

Episode Date Official ratings[21]
(in millions)
weekly rank[21]
Share Source Duration
Blind auditions 1 7 January 7.06 10 30.0% [22] 95
Blind auditions 2 14 January 6.40 13 25.7% [23] 90
Blind auditions 3 21 January 6.27 12 25.6% [24] 90
Blind auditions 4 28 January 6.72 10 27.3% [25] 90
Blind auditions 5 4 February 6.30 13 26.2% [26] 90
Blind auditions 6 11 February 6.94 9 28.7% [27] 80
Blind auditions 7 18 February 6.48 12 26.8% [28] 80
Battle rounds 1 25 February 6.18 13 26.3% [29] 120
Battle rounds 2 26 February 4.81 16 18.0% [30] 120
Live knockouts 1 4 March 5.84 16 25.1% [31] 75
Live knockouts 2 5 March 4.35 19 15.3% [32] 75
Live knockouts 3 11 March 5.31 17 TBA TBA 75
Live knockouts 4 12 March 4.02 19 TBA TBA 75
Live show 1 18 March 4.97 16 TBA TBA 120
Live show 2 25 March 4.59 17 TBA TBA 110
Live final 1 April 4.95 16 TBA TBA 110
Live final results 2 April 4.02 18 TBA TBA 60
Series average 2017 5.60 14 (14.47) TBA N/A N/A
The Winner's Story 16 April TBA TBA TBA TBA 60


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