‘The Voice UK’ final review: Kevin Simm, Lydia Lucy, Jolan, and Cody Frost perform

VoiceThe final of “The Voice UK” aired tonight on BBC One, and with that came of course one primary question: Was there any way at all to ensure that the winner this season was of greater relevance than the ones in the past? Probably not, but it’d be nice if there could be.

What we’re going to do in this article is provide a brief snapshot of some of the final performances, and also what all of them have brought to the table at some point during the competition.

Jolan – He’s probably the most commercial of the people who are left; while Kevin Simm is very good, Jolan can appeal to people old and new, and in a wide array of formats. He’s supremely talented, though we don’t know if his personality is entirely unique to the point where he’ll be remembered a year or so down the road.

Lydia Lucy – Easily, she is the best pure pop singer left. Great voice, a big personality, and can do almost anything from singing to dancing to rapping. She’s the sort of artist who we feel Will is going to support in some way moving forward no matter what.

Kevin Simm – He’s got some commercial appeal, and he has a really incredible voice. Our biggest concern with him is mostly that he seems a little tightly-wound, like he’s not really able to properly enjoy the competition because of the pressure he feels for it. We’re not sure how that will impact the final voting, but we like what he did tonight.

Cody Frost – Basically, “Mad World” was made for Cody. While we’re not sure what her broad appeal is, there’s no denying that she is one of the most unique people who has ever been on the show. She and Boy George are the perfect partners for the show, and we know this much for certain.

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