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The Voice UK
Series 3
Broadcast from 11 January – 5 April 2014
Tom Jones
Kylie Minogue
Ricky Wilson
Presenter(s) Emma Willis (BBC One)
Marvin Humes (BBC One)
Co-presenter(s) Zoë Ball (BBC Two; live shows only)
Broadcaster BBC One
BBC Two (Louder on Two)
Finals venue Elstree Studios
Jermain Jackman
Origin Hackney
Song "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going"
Christina Marie and Sally Barker

The Voice UK is a British television music competition to find new singing talent. The third series began airing on 11 January 2014 on BBC One,[1] as opposed to the usual start in March.[2] and Tom Jones returned as coaches, while Kylie Minogue and Ricky Wilson joined the show as replacements for former coaches, Jessie J and Danny O'Donoghue. Emma Willis and Marvin Humes co-presented the show for the first time, replacing Holly Willoughby and Reggie Yates.

On 9 February 2014, it was announced that a new spin off show called The Voice: Louder on Two would air every weekday during the live shows on BBC Two hosted by Zoë Ball.[3]

Jermain Jackman of Team Will was crowned as the winner of the series on 5 April 2014.[4]

This series was the only series to feature Minogue as a coach.[5]

Coaches and presenters[edit]

The Voice UK series 3 coaches

On 5 July 2013, Jessie J announced that she would not be returning as a coach for the third series due to touring commitments in support for her second album, Alive.[6] On 16 July, it was announced that Danny O'Donoghue would not be returning either as he wanted to concentrate on The Script.[7] People rumoured be in the running to join the panel as replacements for Jessie J and O'Donoghue included Rita Ora, Emeli Sande, Kylie Minogue, Marvin Humes, Melanie C and Cheryl Cole, though Cole was ruled out of the running. On 11 September, it was confirmed that Minogue would become a coach for the third series, along with the confirmation of returning coaches and Tom Jones.[7] On 15 September, Holly Willoughby and Reggie Yates announced that they would not be returning to co-present the third series,[8] and Emma Willis was announced as Willoughby's replacement.[9] On 17 September, Humes confirmed that he would replace Yates as Willis' co-presenter.[10] On 19 September, Kaiser Chiefs singer Ricky Wilson confirmed that he would be a coach and O'Donoghue's replacement for the third series.[11] On 9 February 2014, it was announced that Zoë Ball would present spin-off show The Voice: Louder on Two.[12]


On 21 December 2013, the first trailer for the series premiered following the final of Strictly Come Dancing at 21:50. The trailer features all four coaches dressed in different medical costumes. They overlook a hospital ward, as many babies cry behind them. Then, the sound of a beautiful voice is heard from the direction of the babies, and stops all the crying. The voice captures the attention of Minogue and Wilson, who both turn around to see who is singing. and Jones then turn, as the voice is revealed to be one of the babies, prompting the tagline "A Star is Born". On 1 January 2014, a new edition of the trailer aired, where another baby sings, in a more R&B style, also impressing the coaches.

As part of BBC One's promotion of its 2014 schedule, The Voice UK aired the first clips of the Blind Auditions, featuring a male artist walking to the microphone, a mother being reunited with her daughter following her performance, Emma Willis with a family watching a performance, the coaches' opening performance, and Minogue opening the trailer saying "This waiting, it's killer. And the anticipation", and she also tells an artist (unknown to the viewer), that they have "done the thing which is the thing that we [coaches] are waiting for."

On 6 January 2014, the series had its press launch at Broadcasting House. All four coaches were present, as were the two new presenters.[13] The coaches spoke to members of the press, and in the week leading up to the premiere, the show was highly publicised by the British media, with coaches giving interviews in the Radio Times,[14] The Metro,[15] Digital Spy[16] and The Telegraph.[17] Later that day, and Kylie Minogue appeared on the new-look One Show, where they talked about the show and last years finalist, Leah McFall.


The teams were revealed during 22 February blind audition episode.

Colour key
Coach Artists
Jermain Jackman Sophie-May Williams Iesher Haughton Anna McLuckie James Byron
Callum Crowley Nomakhosi Nkosi Femi Santiago Jessica Steele Cherrie Prince
Kiki deVille Tom Barnwell Sarah Eden-Winn
Kylie Minogue
Jamie Johnson Lee Glasson Rachael O'Connor Jade Mayjean Peters Jai McConnell
Leo Ihenacho Femi Santiago Nomakhosi Nkosi Steven Alexander Gemyni
Joe Keegan Amelia O'Connell Jimmy Weston
Sir Tom Jones
Sally Barker Bizzi Dixon Georgia Harrup Celestine Gary Poole
Melissa Gill Steven Alexander Elesha Paul Moses Leverne Scott-Roberts Vicky Jones
Mairead Conlon Kenny Thompson Talia Smith
Ricky Wilson
Christina Marie Chris Royal Emily Adams Jazz Bates-Chambers Beth McCarthy
Max Murphy Jessica Steele Luciee Marie Closier Myles Evans Jamie Lovatt
Nathan Amzi Kelsey-Beth Crossley Tila & Tavelah
Stolen artists are italicised.

Blind auditions[edit]

The blind auditions returned to Salford, Greater Manchester on 1 October 2013 at MediaCityUK.[citation needed] Each coach has the length of the artists' performance to decide if they want that artist on their team. Should two or more coaches want the same artist, then the artist will choose their coach.

Colour key
   Coach hit his/her "I WANT YOU" button
     Artist defaulted to this coach's team
     Artist elected to join this coach's team
     Artist eliminated with no coach pressing his or her "I WANT YOU" button

Episode 1 (11 January)[edit]

The premiere was 90 minutes long.

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices Kylie Tom Ricky
1 Lee Glasson 31 "Can't Get You Out of My Head"
2 Christina Marie 20 "I Have Nothing"
3 Danielle Chevannes 25 "L-O-V-E"
4 Anna McLuckie 16 "Get Lucky"
5 Tara Lewis 43 "You Make My Dreams"
6 Ryan Green 16 "Don't Go"
7 Beth McCarthy 16 "Sexy and I Know It"
8 Sally Barker 54 "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood"
9 Leo Ihenacho 36 "Holding Back the Years"

Episode 2 (18 January)[edit]

The second episode was broadcast on 18 January, and was 80 minutes long.

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices Kylie Tom Ricky
1 Jamie Johnson 19 "So Sick"
2 Mairead Conlon 31 "Purple Rain"
3 Lewis Clay 31 "Cryin'
4 Jimmy Weston 39 "Desperado"
5 Kelsey-Beth Crossley 21 "Fell in Love with a Girl"
6 Bob Blakeley 55 "Cry Me a River"
7 Miles Anthony 21 "I (Who Have Nothing)"
8 Sophie-May Williams 17 "Time After Time"
9 Jermain Jackman 19 "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going"

Episode 3 (25 January)[edit]

This was the first show in which one coach did not get any acts. Kylie did not get any.

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices Kylie Tom Ricky
1 Andy Otley 20 "Dance with Me Tonight"
2 Iesher Haughton 19 "Who's Lovin' You"
3 Paul Black 45 "Jump"
4 Vicky Jones 29 "Bed of Roses"
5 Georgia Harrup 27 "Hallelujah I Love Her So"
6 Celestine 30 "All This Love That I'm Giving"
7 Si Genaro 42 "Down Under"
8 Nathan Kobierowski 19 "You Give Me Something"
9 John Rush N/A "Bad Romance"
10 Jeff Anderson N/A "Uprising"
11 Myles Evans 26 "High Hopes"
12 Leverne Scott-Roberts 31 "Explosions"

Episode 4 (1 February)[edit]

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices Kylie Tom Ricky
1 Jessica Steele 22 "She Said"
2 Bunny 56 "Rocket Man"
3 Sarah Eden-Winn 27 "One Night Only"
4 Tila & Tavelah 18 "Just Can't Get Enough"
5 Gemyni 26 "Fantasy"
6 Vela 52 & 59 "Homeward Bound"
7 Milly J N/A "Summertime"
8 Charlie Wood N/A "I Can't Stand the Rain"
9 Jai McConnell 24 "Never Forget You"
10 John Quinn 31 "Lightning Bolt"
11 Melissa Gill 21 "Love Is A Losing Game"
12 Leanne Jones 28 "Skyfall"
13 Rachael O'Connor 16 "Clown"

Episode 5 (8 February)[edit]

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices Kylie Tom Ricky
1 Steven Alexander 27 "Your Game"
2 Fiona Kelly 56 "Rule the World"
3 Chris Royal 25 "Wake Me Up"
4 Nick Dixon 17 "Home Again"
5 Elesha Paul Moses 32 "Everything Has Changed"
6 Lucy Winter 29 "Somebody to Love"
7 Max Murphy 18 "Electric Feel"
8 Joe Keegan 16 "Keep Your Head Up"
9 James Byron 24 "Cry Baby"
10 Reece Bahia 18 "What Makes You Beautiful"
11 Jolan N/A "Beneath Your Beautiful"
12 Yinka Williams 24 "Paris (Ooh La La)"
13 Jade Mayjean Peters 21 "Sweet About Me"
14 Femi Santiago 27 "My Cherie Amour"

Episode 6 (15 February)[edit]

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices Kylie Tom Ricky
1 Emily Adams 18 "I'd Rather Go Blind"
2 John Rafferty 35 "Take Me Home, Country Roads"
3 Talia Smith 31 "Hell on Heels"
4 Buheiji N/A "Dog Days Are Over"
5 Leanne & Natalie N/A "My Man Music"
6 Shenton Dixon 49 "Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now"
7 Bizzi Dixon 42 "Use Somebody"
8 Nathan Amzi 32 "Gravity"
9 Kiki deVille 40 "Stone Cold Sober"
10 Callum Crowley 22 "Climax"
11 Marc William 24 "Whole Lotta Love"
12 Paul Raj 25 "Fine China"
13 Amrick Channa 40 "Pride (A Deeper Love)"
14 Jazz Bates-Chambers 17 "Crazy"
15 Amelia O'Connell 16 "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face"

Episode 7 (22 February)[edit]

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices Kylie Tom Ricky
1 Tom Barnwell 26 "American Boy"
2 Johnny Kohlmeyer 30 "All Night Long (All Night)"
3 Jane Fraser 56 "Heard It Through The Grapevine"
4 Roxanne Yarnold 22 "Shake It Out"
5 Gary Poole 48 "Valerie"
6 Angie Brown 50 "I'm Gonna Get You"
7 Luciee Marie Closier 16 "Mama Do (Uh Oh, Uh Oh)"
8 Teresa Vasiliou 61 "I Found Someone"
9 Bianca Nicholas 24 "One"
10 Aaliyah Dickens 17 "Read All About It"
11 Kenny Thompson 29 "New York State of Mind"
12 Joe West 19 "Mirrors" N/A
13 Jamie Lovatt 24 "Everybody's Free (To Feel Good)" N/A
14 Nomakhosi Nkosi 22 "Get Ready" N/A N/A
15 Liz Oki 61 "A Different Corner" N/A N/A N/A
16 Pete Davies N/A "Roxanne" N/A N/A N/A
17 Erin 27 "White Flag" N/A N/A N/A
18 Cherrie Prince 33 "Stop" N/A N/A N/A

Battle rounds[edit]

The Battle rounds were broadcast over two episodes on the 1 and 8 March 2014. Each coach was joined by an advisor, with Minogue being joined by Scissor Sisters frontman Jake Shears, Wilson by singer Katy B, Jones with Tinie Tempah and with last year's runner up and from his own team, Leah McFall, and once again by Dante Santiago.[19] Like the previous season, each coach was given one steal, they can hit their button as many times as they like, but can only steal one artist from another coach.

Colour key
   Coach hit his/her "I WANT YOU" button
       Artist won the Battle and advanced to the Knockouts
       Artist lost the Battle but was stolen by another coach and advances to the Knockouts
       Artist lost the Battle and was eliminated

Episode 1 (1 March)[edit]

Order Coach Artists[20] Song Coaches' and artists' choices Kylie Tom Ricky
1 Jermain Jackman Sarah Eden-Winn "I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)" N/A
2 Kylie Minogue Lee Glasson Jimmy Weston "When You Were Young" N/A
3 Tom Jones Sally Barker Talia Smith "Dear Darlin'" N/A
4 Ricky Wilson Tila & Tavelah Beth McCarthy "Roar" N/A
5 Kylie Minogue Leo Ihenacho Steven Alexander "Thunder in My Heart" N/A
6 Tom Jones Bizzi Dixon Kenny Thompson "Hey Jude" N/A
7 Callum Crowley Tom Barnwell "P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)" N/A N/A
8 Kylie Minogue Jai McConnell Nomakhosi Nkosi "Tainted Love" N/A N/A
9 Ricky Wilson Emily Adams Kelsey-Beth Crossley "Fighter" N/A N/A N/A
10 Tom Jones Celestine Mairead Conlon "It's My Party" N/A N/A
11 Anna McLuckie Jessica Steele "Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)" N/A N/A
12 Ricky Wilson Nathan Amzi Christina Marie "The Power of Love" N/A N/A N/A

Episode 2 (8 March)[edit]

Order Coach Artists Song Coaches' and artists' choices Kylie Tom Ricky
1 Ricky Wilson Chris Royal Jamie Lovatt "Rolling in the Deep" N/A N/A N/A
2 Kylie Minogue Rachael O'Connor Amelia O'Connell "Holy Grail" N/A N/A N/A N/A
3 Kiki deVille James Byron "Because the Night" N/A N/A N/A
4 Tom Jones Vicky Jones Melissa Gill "Just Give Me a Reason" N/A N/A N/A
5 Ricky Wilson Myles Evans Max Murphy "Eleanor Rigby" N/A N/A N/A
6 Sophie May Williams Cherrie Prince "The Love Cats" N/A N/A N/A
7 Kylie Minogue Joe Keegan Jamie Johnson "Counting Stars" N/A N/A N/A N/A
8 Iesher Haughton Femi Santiago "Stop, Look, Listen (To Your Heart)" N/A N/A N/A
9 Tom Jones Georgia Harrup Leverne Scott-Roberts "22" N/A N/A N/A N/A
10 Kylie Minogue Gemyni Jade Mayjean Peters "...Baby One More Time" N/A N/A N/A N/A
11 Tom Jones Elesha Paul Moses Gary Poole "Caught Up" N/A N/A N/A N/A
12 Ricky Wilson Jazz Bates-Chambers Luciee Marie Closier "Grenade" N/A N/A N/A N/A

Knockout rounds[edit]

The Knockout rounds were broadcast over two episodes on the 15 and 16 March 2014. This series, however, the show decided to drop the "fast pass", and instead of singing in groups of three, each contestant sang in front of everyone else on the team. At the end of each knockout round the coach then decided out of all their contestants which three contestants to take to the live shows.

Colour key:
       Artist won the Knockouts and advanced to the Live shows
       Artist lost the Knockouts and was eliminated

Episode 1 (15 March)[edit]

Order Coach Artist Song Result
1 Kylie Minogue Leo Ihenacho "I Want to Know What Love Is" Eliminated
2 Jai McConnell "Take Your Mama" Eliminated
3 Jade Mayjean Peters "Blue Moon" Eliminated
4 Lee Glasson "Careless Whisper" Advanced
5 Femi Santiago "California Dreamin'" Eliminated
6 Rachael O'Connor "New York" Advanced
7 Jamie Johnson "Sex on Fire" Advanced
1 Tom Jones Celestine "You Might Need Somebody" Eliminated
2 Melissa Gill "I Love Rock 'n' Roll" Eliminated
3 Gary Poole "Freedom! '90" Eliminated
4 Bizzi Dixon "When I Need You" Advanced
5 Georgia Harrup "Three Little Birds" Advanced
6 Steven Alexander "Grace Kelly" Eliminated
7 Sally Barker "Walk On By" Advanced

Episode 2 (16 March)[edit]

Order Coach Artist Song Result
1 Ricky Willson Jessica Steele "La La La" Eliminated
2 Chris Royal "Over The Rainbow" Advanced
3 Beth McCarthy "Teenage Dirtbag" Eliminated
4 Christina Marie "Vision of Love Advanced
5 Jazz Bates-Chambers "Work It Out" Eliminated
6 Max Murphy "Home" Eliminated
7 Emily Adams "Slip" Advanced
1 James Byron "Love Hurts" Eliminated
2 Iesher Haughton "Try It on My Own" Advanced
3 Callum Crowley "Sound of the Underground" Eliminated
4 Jermain Jackman "A House Is Not a Home" Advanced
5 Anna McLuckie "Autumn" Eliminated
6 Nomakhosi Nkosi "Runaway Baby" Eliminated
7 Sophie May Williams "Moon River" Advanced

Live shows[edit]

The live performance shows were aired live from Elstree Studios and ran for three consecutive weeks, beginning on 22 March 2014. The final took place on 5 April 2014.

OneRepublic and Jason Derulo performed during the quarter final, while Enrique Iglesias performed in the semi final, alongside Shakira.[21][22] Aloe Blacc and Paloma Faith performed during the final.[23]

Results summary[edit]

Team's colour key
     Team Will
     Team Kylie
     Team Tom
     Team Danny
Result's colour key
     Artist was in the bottom two
     Artist received the fewest votes and was eliminated
     Artist received the most public votes
Weekly results per artist
Contestant Week 1 Week 2 Week 3
Round 1 Round 2
Jermain Jackman 3rd 1st 1st Winner
(week 3)
Christina Marie 1st 2nd 2nd Runner-up
(week 3)
Sally Barker 2nd 3rd 3rd Runner-up
(week 3)
Jamie Johnson 4th 4th 4th Eliminated
(week 3)
Bizzi Dixon 7th 5th Eliminated
(week 2)
Chris Royal 5th 6th Eliminated
(week 2)
Lee Glasson 6th 7th Eliminated
(week 2)
Sophie-May Williams 8th 8th Eliminated
(week 2)
Emily Adams 9th Eliminated
(week 1)
Georgia Harrup 10th Eliminated
(week 1)
Iesher Haughton 11th Eliminated
(week 1)
Rachael O'Connor 12th Eliminated
(week 1)

Live show details[edit]

Week 1: Quarter-final (22 March)[edit]

After all three artists from each team have performed, the coach will then have to decide which artist they want to give a "fast pass" to and put straight through to the semi-final. The voting lines for the remaining artists will then open after all twelve artists have performed.

Order Coach Artist Song Result
1 Jermain Jackman "Treasure" Fast pass
2 Sophie-May Williams "Moondance" Bottom two
3 Iesher Haughton "Rather Be" Eliminated
4 Kylie Minogue Jamie Johnson "A Thousand Miles" Fast pass
5 Lee Glasson "Help Me Make It Through the Night" Bottom two
6 Rachael O'Connor "Shine a Light" Eliminated
7 Tom Jones Bizzi Dixon "If You Really Love Me" Bottom two
8 Sally Barker "To Love Somebody" Fast pass
9 Georgia Harrup "Money on My Mind" Eliminated
10 Ricky Wilson Chris Royal "One Day Like This" Bottom two
11 Emily Adams "Happy" Eliminated
12 Christina Marie "Everlong" Fast pass

Week 2: Semi-final (29 March)[edit]

Order Coach Artist Song Result
1 Tom Jones Sally Barker "The Whole of the Moon" Safe
2 Bizzi Dixon "Everything Must Change" Eliminated
3 Ricky Wilson Christina Marie "Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)" Safe
4 Chris Royal "Smile" Eliminated
5 Kylie Minogue Lee Glasson "Strong" Eliminated
6 Jamie Johnson "I Can't Make You Love Me" Safe
7 Jermain Jackman "Without You" Safe
8 Sophie-May Williams "Royals" Eliminated

Week 3: Final (5 April)[edit]

Order Coach Artist First song Second song (duet) Third song Result
1 Ricky Wilson Christina Marie "Fix You" "Coming Home" (with Ricky Wilson) "The Power of Love" Runner-up
2 Tom Jones Sally Barker "Both Sides, Now" "Walking in Memphis" (with Tom Jones) "Dear Darlin'" Runner-up
3 Jermain Jackman "Wrecking Ball" "Pure Imagination" (with "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going" Winner
4 Kylie Minogue Jamie Johnson "Missing You" "There Must Be an Angel (Playing with My Heart)" (with Kylie Minogue) N/A (already eliminated) Eliminated

Post-show success[edit]

Bob Blakeley, who was originally rejected by all four coaches, was given a record deal on live television.[28][29] He has since released an album.

Anna McLuckie's rendition of "Get Lucky" received much positive feedback particularly on YouTube, as the official BBC version of the audition received three million views only a month after it was released, and over ten million views up to now. Other users uploaded the video, each getting millions of views as well. This was particularly noted as none other from this series had achieved more than a million views yet, and had even surpassed videos from Series 1 and 2.[citation needed] When Anna was eliminated during the Knockout Rounds, her coach was subject to much criticism, particularly on Twitter and YouTube. Celebrities such as One Direction's Niall Horan even disagreed with his decision.[30][31] Since the show, McLuckie has continued her studies.

During the live shows, the BBC released studio versions of the songs to iTunes. Christina Marie's rendition of Everlong reached the iTunes Top 40. This was particularly noted as the week prior to the live shows, she had been ill, and had rarely rehearsed it to preserve her voice.[citation needed]


Critical reception[edit]

Following lukewarm responses from the British media after the first two series of the show, the response to the third series premiere was largely positive. Ed Power from The Daily Telegraph gave the series premiere 3 stars,[32] praising Minogue for being "glamorous, agreeably giggly [and] a card-carrying national treasure". Power said that she "was a natural" and that she had "spontaneity to go with sass". He also complimented Wilson for being "chipper and unforced". Catriona Wightman from Digital Spy was very positive about the premiere,[33] claiming that despite "reservations about whether Kylie would really manage to break through the nice girl mode" she was "brilliantly watchable", and that "Kylie's definitely a hit". The second blind audition continued to receive positive reviews from critics, receiving 4 (out of 5) stars by Michael Hogan from The Daily Telegraph, who commented that the "two new coaches add verve to The Voice UK and the newly confident singing contest seems to have found its feet" and that the new series "is a leap forward and the franchise has finally hit its stride."[34] However, the Battle Rounds were criticised, with Gabriel Tate from The Daily Telegraph stating there were "few stand out moments" in the second battle round. He also said that "after such a promising start to the third series, it's a shame to see that The Voice falling foul once again of slack editing and familiarity of format." Keith Watson of The Metro gave the second battle round two stars, stating that the show was full of "overambitious [artists] being made promises of stardom that will never come true".[35] The final received more positive reviews from the press, with Ed Power from The Daily Telegraph giving it 4 out of 5 stars, stating that the "tension was terrible" and it was a "drama soaked final". He also answered whether or not the addition of Kylie Minogue on the show would be successful, by saying that "we needn't have fretted. Kylie, it was clear from the very first episode, was a natural in the coaches chair." He concluded that "series three was assuredly a triumph – after much smoke and noise, The Voice has at last achieved lift-off."[36]


Episode Date Official ratings[37]
(in millions)
weekly rank[37]
Weekly rank Share Source
Blind auditions 1 11 January 9.35 2 2 34.8% [38]
Blind auditions 2 18 January 8.88 3 3 32.8% [39]
Blind auditions 3 25 January 8.86 2 4 35.2% [40]
Blind auditions 4 1 February 9.37 2 2 36.6% [41]
Blind auditions 5 8 February 9.41 2 2 36.5% [42]
Blind auditions 6 15 February 8.77 3 3 33.7% [43]
Blind auditions 7 22 February 8.33 4 5 31.2% [44]
Battle rounds 1 1 March 8.06 6 8 30.4% [45]
Battle rounds 2 8 March 7.65 5 7 29.3% [46]
Knockout rounds 1 15 March 7.56 4 7 29.2% [47]
Knockout rounds 2 16 March 7.72 3 5 27.0% [48]
Live show 1 22 March 7.14 5 8 27.6% [49]
Live results 1 6.65 7 11
Live show 2 29 March 6.67 6 11 28.3% [50]
Live final 5 April 7.15 6 11 30.7% [51]
Series average 2014 8.10 N/A N/A 31.6%


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