The living legend, who has performed with Elvis and Aretha Franklin, believes that he has the quality in his team to find the first winner of the BBC reality TV show.
His final pick of the series was 19-year-old Ruth Brown, whose big vocals and passionate rendition of 'When Love Takes Over' gave Sir Tom some tingles. "Anyone with lungs like that has to be something special," said the Welsh icon.
Sir Tom's other addition to his team this evening was Lindsey Butler, a 41-year-old mum-of-two, who wowed with her take on 'I Don't Wanna Talk About It'.
The duo joined Tom's previous picks, including bubbly Sam Buttery, duo Sueleen and Matt, 47-year-old Barbara Bryceland and '80s popstar Deniece Pearson.
Watch Sam Buttery's audition:
Completing his final ten are surfer dude Adam Isaac, Mancunian Denise Morgan and 28-year-old Lowestoft native Leanne Mitchell.
The Voice UK's Battle Rounds air next weekend with a double bill on Saturday and Sunday.
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