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In Pictures: The 2021 Fifth Blind Auditions!

It was a family affair at the fifth round of the The Voice UK and we're not sure if there was something in the air but there were plenty of teary moments!

A healthy dose of feel good was just what the doctor ordered - here's what happened.

Benjamin Warner brought all kinds of fierce with his version of 'Make Me Feel' by Janelle Monáe.

Working the stage as well as his on-point vocals, Tom gave Benjamin his ticket to the Battles, likening him to Prince which is no small compliment!

Just as Anne-Marie was giving up hope of finding her rapper, Jason Hayles took to the stage. His original twist on 'No Church In The Wild' by Jay-Z and Kanye West was an instant yes for Anne-Marie, and a swift use of her Block button meant Olly couldn't get a look in.

We hit cuteness overload when the 34-year-old's nephew Jaiden joined him on stage, proving himself to be a performer in the making while stealing our hearts!

International relations manager Adeniké proved to be a black belt in singing as well as taekwondo as she took to the stage with her version of Oleta Adam's 'Get Here'. She took her place on Team Will after the impressive performance of will.i.am's Uncle's favourite song.

The virtual audience always keep us feeling good - will.i.am was loving the crowd!

Possibly one of the nicest humans to grace The Voice UK stage, Andrew Bateup delivered a note-perfect performance of 'How Am I Supposed To Live Without You' by Michael Bolton, earning himself two turns from Olly and Tom.

We found ourselves all emotional as the singing teacher revealed he'd lost his confidence as a performer. There were tears from Anne-Marie as the 31-year-old's fiancé joined him on stage, and Andrew chose Olly as his Coach after a memorable Blind Audition.

Cameron Ledwidge joined Team Anne-Marie with his performance of 'Heather' by Conan Gray. The 18-year-old became her youngest Act so far, and she was excited by the potential in his beautifully unique voice.

The emotions kept on coming right to the end of the show. Victoria Heath delivered a heart-stopping version of 'One' by Lewis Calpaldi, and had to catch her breath when will.i.am hit his button.

We got all the warm and fuzzies as Victoria spoke about her family, so of course the Coaches had to meet them!

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