The Voice final has finally arrived – but who will be crowned the winner of the 2020 series?
The upcoming last episode of The Voice, which airs tonight, will see Will.i.am’s act Gevanni Hutton, Meghan Trainor’s Brooke Scullion, Olly Murs’ Blessing Chipata and Sir Tom Jones’ act Jonny Brooks, battling it out in a bid to be named winner of the ninth series.
The Voice returned last week with the semi-final, after a seven-month hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic.
It was a tough decision for the coaches as they had to whittle the nine remaining acts down to just four.
But who will win?
Speaking ahead of the final, Sir Tom told Metro.co.uk that there’s ‘no clear winner’ this year.
‘Nobody knows,’ he told us.
‘The talent is so strong and it all depends on the public, what they hear and see and what strikes them. They could all win.’
Olly chipped in: ‘When I watched the semi-final back – if you think of the five that left the competition – the five that left could have been in the final four that’s how good it’s been this year.’
Tom also had a bit of advice for the remaining contestants, who are set to perform tonight.
‘Try not to think that this is the final in front of millions of people,’ he continued.
‘Try not to think about it, just get into the song and live with that song as best you can.’
Tom added: ‘Make sure that you know what the song means so that you put yourself into it, but then try and cut everything else out because if you try to think of too many things at once it’s going to throw you.
‘Sing it like if you were singing it yourself.’
The Voice final airs on Saturday at 8.40pm on ITV.
Credit: Original article published here.