The Voice UK review: Sarah Tucker, X Factor alum NXTGEN perform

Voice UKAre you ready for another installment of The Voice UK? Well, within this article, we’ll be discussing all of the contestants once more! Be sure to refresh this article throughout, since you don’t want to miss any of the updates we’ve got on what lies ahead.

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Luke Swatman – Will compared him to a Disney comparison, someone with a huge personality and also a big, operatic voice. We love that someone like him got a chance on this show, and we also found it entertaining that he broke Olly’s heart by picking Jennifer Hudson. He is a tremendous singer who could be really endearing to people out there.

Christina Ellinas – She’s worked as a flight attendant and has a big, Greek family. She also apparently met Will years ago. She’s got a good voice — shaky at times in terms of intonation, but she really went for it with the performance and seemed to have a lot of fun moving about the stage. Team Will is perfect for her to amp up the performance.

Lauz – She is the first person to get a zero-chair turn and we understand it, given that the vocals were a little bit shaky at times. Yet, we did like her crafty version of an Elvis classic and she’s got some potentially. The ironically here is that Olly keeps missing out on people from Essex!

Harrisen Larner-Main – He’s got the hair, the beach-side background, and some bohemian vibes. We think that a lot of people out there are going to love this guy. He’s got a deep, soulful voice who can probably continue to evolve with more polish. He’s also given Olly Murs a chance to get another person on his team.

Holly Lefevre – She performed “You Are the Reason” by Calum Scott, and there was some potential here. Yet, she’s just not ready yet for this stage. There was too much shakiness and too many nervous. That’s why she didn’t end up moving forward.

Jimmy Balito – We love the song choice of “Higher Love,” even if we do personally prefer it pitched up a little bit higher. There was a lot of good rhythm and a unique sound to him, but beyond that, we really love just how badly he really seemed to want to be a part of the show. There was a lot of fight to his performance, and that is something that could benefit him down the line. Team Tom.

NXTGEN – These three guys used to be a part of the X Factor group Yes Lad, and they do bring a lot entertainment to the show. Beyond their vocals, though, they do actually have some real soul. They need some training and figure out their own role within the group, but they certainly could be popular with many a fan out there. With Will as their coach, they are set up well for the long-term. 

Sarah Tucker – The final artist tonight for a reason — she was sensational from start to finish. She has a soaring voice that can do almost anything, she’s relatable as a mom, and she seems to be genuinely honored to be there. She’s got Jennifer Hudson as her coach, and we felt like she decided the moment J-Hud compared her to Mariah Carey.

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