The Voice UK judges failed to turn their chairs for Jesy Nelson’s cousin on the latest episode of the ITV show.
During Saturday’s instalment, the Little Mix star’s cousin Jamie-Leigh Nelson took to the stage to sing Set You Free by N-Trance.
Despite the coaches dancing in their chairs along to Jamie-Leigh’s performance, none of them turned for her.
After failing to turn, Olly Murs said: ‘There’s no denying she had an amazing range.’
Sir Tom Jones continued: ‘I think she tried to get too much in there to one song.
‘I really enjoyed it I gave it everything and that’s all you can ask for.’
‘I felt like there was too much compensating with the growl,’ will.i.am added.
One viewer said that in their opinion, it was a ‘shame’ Jamie-Leigh didn’t make it through to the next round of the competition.
‘I am shoook no one turned for her on #TheVoiceUK,’ another remarked.
Speaking after her audition, Jamie-Leigh explained to the camera that despite being disappointed, she was proud of herself.
‘I’d never done anything like this before. so to go out there and to have the confidence to do it even though I didn’t get a turn that’s life,’ she said.
In recent weeks The Voice fans have expressed their anger after the coaches failed to turn for two rock singers.
During last week’s instalment, Rebecca Watkins, from Swansea, delivered an electric rendition of AC/DC’s 1980 song Back In Black.
Despite the coaches appearing impressed by Rebecca’s performance, the 30-year-old didn’t receive any turns.
The week before they also failed to spin their chairs for rock singer Kim Jennett after she belted out R.E.M’s Losing My Religion.
The Voice returns on Saturday at 8.30pm on ITV.
Credit: Original article published here.