The Team Jessie J member was eliminated from the competition tonight (June 2) after receiving the fewest public votes in the show's final.
Earlier in the programme, he performed a cover of Jimmy Cliff's 1969 track 'Many Rivers to Cross' and sang with his coach on a version of the popstar's hit 'Nobody's Perfect'.
After host Holly Willoughby revealed which of the four contestants would not be progressing to win The Voice UK, a disappointed Kidd said: "It's been a fantastic experience - I've learnt a lot. It's been fantastic working with [Jessie J], and the other contestants are fantastic.
"I'm ready to go now - I've got my album done, now hopefully I'll get to release it."
Jessie J also paid tribute to the singer, saying: "A winner is a winner before they win, and sometimes winning isn't everything. The journey is way more important than where you end up. This young gentleman here is such an inspiration, and he is the voice. He is an incredible artist."
Leanne Mitchell, Bo Bruce and Tyler James are still all in contention to become the first winner of The Voice UK.