'The Voice' UK: The 10 best performances of the series - watch video
Beyond the media's obsession as to whether the show has been a hit or miss, there's been a little bit of singing going on over the past three months and this weekend either Bo, Vince, Tyler or Leanne will win a record contract and be crowned Voice UK champion.
When The Voice has been bad (Danny O'Donoghue knee-sliding to U2), it's been bad. But when it's been good, it's been very, very good. We've picked out our 10 favourite performances from across the series below...
Leanne Mitchell's 'Run To You':
Leanne Mitchell had floated along on The Voice barely noticed until last weekend's semi-final. Then... bang... just when it looked like Ruth Brown had it all wrapped up for Team Tom, Leanne pulled out her big guns. Her 'Run To You' was flawless and the sort of vocal that Simon Cowell would give up his latest Botox jabs for on The X Factor.
Bo Bruce's Kate Bush:
Bo's restrained, husky vocals have earned her plenty of respect from coach Danny O'Donoghue and the British public. The tricky Kate Bush cover was probably her finest hour.
Vince Kidd's Elvis:
He might not be to everyone's tastes, but quirky Vince has stuck to his guns, mashing up different tracks every weekend in his own bonkers style. Our personal favourite? His reworking of the Elvis classic 'Always On My Mind'.
Tyler James's falsetto show:
Say what you like about Tyler James (and believe us, we do), you can't deny the chap knows his way around the high notes. His version of 'Higher Love' was a falsetto masterclass that any other reality TV popstar would be a fool to copy.
Becky Hill does Basement Jaxx:
Ah, Becky. Our personal favourite of the Voice UK contestants. Sadly some dodgy song choices and a certain expletive exclamation during her version of 'Seven Nation Army' may have cost her. However, we prefer to remember her bold and cocksure rendition of the Basement Jaxx classic 'Good Luck'. Just how long was that mic cord?
Ruth blows us away:
It truly was the shock of the series that Ruth got knocked out in the semis. After this barnstorming rendition of 'Get Here' in the early rounds, it was assumed by many that the trophy and record contract was already hers.
Aleks Josh woos us:
Before we met grumpy Aleks and fell out with him (it's a long story), we were quite a fan of this cheeky chap's laidback crooning and lady-wooing performances. His cheeky 'Dream A Little Dream' was a personal highlight.
Adam brings the Foo Fighters to primetime:
Adam was rather dull and about as rock and roll as a Peter Andre record, but just for bringing Foo Fighters to primetime Saturday night telly, we salute him. Also, we quite liked his hair.
Frances Wood gets cheeky:
On The X Factor Frances would have been a contender. Her vocals weren't the strongest, but she looked like a pint-sized popstar and she had a sweet and chipper personality that endeared her to us.
Max Milner and his pedal:
Good old workhorse Max. He had a cracking pair of pipes on him. He had a good line in hats. And his take on Black Horse and the Cherry Tree was pretty cool. For some reason he never really clicked with the public though and departed the show in the semi-finals.
What have been your favourite performances of the series? Let us know below!