In Pictures: The Second 2021 Semi-Finals!
12 Acts gave the performance of their lives for the Coaches but with just 4 places in the competition on offer, the second round of Semi-Finals was every bit the emotional Saturday night rollercoaster!
There were tears, tough decisions and of course, some unbelievable performances. Take a look at how it all unfolded.
Our Coaches were in the zone and ready to go - and their fab new outfits were on point!
Team Olly was first to hit the stage.
Nathan Smoker got the show started with a banger! He took on Chase & Status featuring Tom Grennan's 'All Goes Wrong' - and his performance was 100% right!
Andrew Bateup brought the love, as he performed a beautiful version of the Bryan Adams classic '(Everything I Do) I Do It For You'.
Grace Holden took her talent to Semi-Final levels, and wowed with her performance of Avril Lavigne's 'I'm With You'.
The 18-year-old couldn't believe it when she was announced as Olly's winner!
Next up, our favourite Welsh hero brought his three Acts to the stage.
Hannah Williams blew the roof off the studio with her stunning version of John Mayer's 'Gravity'.
Leah Cobb gave us a gorgeous dose of retro with The Ronettes' 'Be My Baby'.
Jake O'Neill put his own stamp on David Gray's beautiful song 'This Year's Love'.
The emotions were real for Hannah when Tom picked her as his winning Act!
Then it was time for Will to do his thing!
Brokenpen came out with full force, and brought the party with his original take on 'Con Calma' by Daddy Yankee featuring Snow.
We were swooning as Jeremy Levif delivered Mariah Carey's huge track 'Always Be My Baby' in his trademark beautiful tone.
Okulaja more than made his mark with a mighty version of 'Can't Hold Us' by Macklemore featuring Ryan Lewis, adding his own original lyrics.
And it was the ultimate comeback for the 18-year-old, who was chosen by Will to stay in the competition!
The last Coach to face a tough call was the radiant Anne-Marie! Can we have a moment for that dress?!
100% pure joy hit the stage with Wayne & Morgan! They brought the sunshine with 'September' by Earth, Wind and Fire, and put a smile on all our faces!
Meg Birch gave it her all and meant every word with her performance of Grace Carter's 'Why Her Not Me'. Wow!
And last to take to the stage for the Semi-Finals was Craig Eddie, who delivered a stunning version of 'lovely' by Billie Eilish that had us reaching for the tissues!
Craig was stunned to find out the last remaining place in the competition was his!