The Voice UK loses two more singers
It's bye bye Ruth and Hannah
Week two of the lives came to end with two more evictions, as Teams Danny and Jessie’s membership dropped to four each. For Team Jessie, it was Toni Warne and Ruth Ann St Luce who came under the spotlight.
“Toni, I feel like people haven’t seen the best of you yet,” said Jessie. “Your vocal abilities are so extreme that when I’m in rehearsals with you I’m just – wow. The things that you can do with your voice and the things that you’ve overcome... as I said, your voice is timeless.” Next Jessie turned her attention to Ruth Ann, who let’s be honest, had been a little off tune in her Saturday night performance.
“The things that you can do with your voice so many singers would dream to be able to do,” said Jessie to the 18-year old. “But you do have issues with pitch. It’s frustrating because the world gets to see maybe three performances so far of you, really properly. The one thing I will say is that the only thing that you don’t have is consistency.” And with that, Jessie made her decision and Ruth-Ann was gone.
From Team Danny, Max Milner and Hannah Berney found themselves in the danger zone. “No one from my team or anybody’s team deserves to get knocked out after showing such heart,” said Danny to his two charges, “They’ve all come on in leaps and bounds in varying different ways. Max – when I turned around for you I was in a bidding war with Will, and seeing what you did, you were standing there playing guitar I was seeing a lot of myself there too.”
He then turned his attention to Hannah.”From day one we’ve always been a collaborative team, we’ve always worked on everything together,” said the coach from The Script. “That’s what I’ve loved. This show is just showcasing what amazing people are out there”. It was a tough call for Danny, but in the end he bade farewell to Hannah.
So that’s four singers gone in the last two shows. Are the right people staying in? Have you worked out who the series winner is going to be? Let us know by leaving a comment below!
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As much as I feel sorry for Toni loss of hair I find her appearance very distracting and although she has a great voice and deserves to win the show I feel that not wearing a wig will hold her back. I can also understand her stance, this is me take or leave it but to become a success in show business its the whole package, voice appearance style.
I hope my comments are not taken the wrong way, I really would like Toni to progress
through to the final but finding herself in the bottom two this week in viewers votes must pose a question, surely cant be her voice.
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