From the beginning of the BBC One’s show, there were thousands of contestants and now they are down to four finalists. Each one of them has the determination to win The Voice UK 2014.
Jermain Jackman, Sally Barker, Christina Marie Wickens and Jamie Johnson were the best of the best because they were save by their coaches’ will.i.am, Sir Tom Jones, Ricky Wilson and Kylie Minogue in the semi-finals last Saturday.
However, only one of them can win the competition and be crowned as The Voice winner. They need the fans to vote them to the top.
Jermain Jackman did a rendition of David Guetta feat. Usher’s Without You and was successful in securing his place in the final over fellow Team Will contestant Sophie May Williams.
The 19-year old student and Labour Party youth leader from London claimed that he would be ‘bringing out the big guns’ for the final show. ‘It’ll be epic,’ Jermain, who has 5/1 odds of winning, in an interview with The Sun’s TV Biz. ‘Fire, snow, fireworks, a circus with everything. You see, when you hang out with Will it rubs off on you.’
The lad got a political ambition of becoming the Prime Minister one day, but for now, he said that he will just settle with a number one album.
Jamie Johnson picked “I Can’t Make You Love Me” by Bonnie Raitt to get the through the final show next week. Jamie’s odd of winning is 4/1 to take home the crown.
‘People get the wrong idea,’ explained the 19-year old singer-songwriter from Gillingham. ‘You don’t become a millionaire overnight. It’s about getting your music out there. My parents have always been supportive of me so I’d love to pay their mortgage.’
Christina Marie Wickens opted for another David Guetta song in the semi-finals – “Bang Bang” which features the likes of Cher. Her version was enough to get her a place in the final week against Team Ricky contestant Chris Royal.
Sally Barker was the last one to secure her place at the final week of the competition. She chose The Water Boys “The Whole Of The Moon”, which she performed on Saturday night, enabling her to get more votes than her fellow contestant Bizzi to get through.
‘I can't really believe it because Bizzi is so great,’ Sally said on the Results Show. ‘I hate to think I've also knocked out someone from Leicester. We've been at every stage together.’
In the last week of the competition, performers will have the privilege of choosing the song that they want to perform. Also their coaches will also be there to perform with them live on national TV.