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The Voice UK
Series 2
Broadcast from 30 March (2013-03-30) – 22 June 2013 (2013-06-22)
Tom Jones
Jessie J
Danny O'Donoghue
Presenter(s) Holly Willoughby
Reggie Yates
Broadcaster BBC One
Finals venue Pinewood Studios
Andrea Begley
Origin Pomeroy, County Tyrone
Song "Angel"
Coach Danny O'Donoghue
Leah McFall and Mike Ward

The Voice UK is a British television music competition to find new singing talent. The second series was hosted by Holly Willoughby and Reggie Yates on BBC One and started on 30 March 2013.[1] On 13 November 2012, it was confirmed that all four coaches from last year would return.[2] The show's Blind Auditions moved to MediaCityUK in Salford, Greater Manchester.[2] It was also confirmed that the live show format would be tweaked for this series,[3] which included the cutback from six live shows in the first series to only three live shows, and the pre-recorded results show had also been dropped, with the results given on the same night as the performances.[4] On 28 February 2013, four ten-second teaser trailers were posted to the show's official website and YouTube page.[5]

The series was won by Andrea Begley from Team Danny on 22 June 2013.[6][7]

This was the final series to feature Jessie J and Danny O'Donoghue as coaches, and Holly Willoughby and Reggie Yates as co-presenters.

Coaches and presenters[edit]

The Voice UK series 2 coaches
Danny O'Donoghue
Sir Tom Jones
Jessie J

In the summer of 2012, it was reported that Jessie J and Sir Tom Jones were in talks to leave the series, with Cheryl and Cliff Richard lined up to replace them. Despite these claims, in November 2012, it was confirmed that, Jessie J, Jones and Danny O'Donoghue would all be returning for the second series.[2]

Holly Willoughby and Reggie Yates both confirmed that they would be returning for their second series as presenters in November 2012.[2]


The teams were revealed during the 4 May 2013 episode of the blind auditions.

Colour key
  •      Winner
  •      Second Place
  •      Third place
  •      Eliminated in the live shows
  •      Eliminated in the Knockouts
  •      Artist was stolen by another coach in the Battle rounds (Name is strike-throughed)
  •      Eliminated in the Battle rounds
Coaches Artists
Leah McFall Cleo Higgins Leanne Jarvis Jordan Lee Davies John Pritchard
Moni Tivony Lem Knights Nu-tarna Carla & Barbara Matt Henry
Liam Tamne CJ Edwards Emily Worton
Jessie J
Matt Henry Ash Morgan Sarah Cassidy Danny County Trevor Francis
Letitia Grant-Brown Lovelle Hill Adam Barron Katie Benbow De' Vide
Lem Knights Alex Buchanan Nate James
Sir Tom Jones
Mike Ward Joseph Apostol Alys Williams Cherelle Basquine Adam Barron
Jamie Bruce Ragsy Emma Jade Garbutt Diva Lareena Mitchell
Elise Evans LB Robinson Colin Chisholm
Danny O'Donoghue
Andrea Begley Karl Michael Mitchel Emms Alex Buchanan Sean Rumsey
Abi Sampa Conor Scott Laura Oakes Nadeem Leigh Ricardo Afonso
Paul Carden Alice Barlow Smith & Jones
Stolen contestants are italicized.

Blind auditions[edit]

The blind auditions began in Salford, Greater Manchester on 14 December 2012 at MediaCityUK after moving from BBC Television Centre in London. Each coach had the length of the artists' performance to decide if they wanted that artist on their team. Should two or more coaches have wanted the same artist, then the artist chose their coach. Once the coaches picked their team, they pitted them against each other in the battles.[8]

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
     Artist received an 'All Turn'.

Episode 1 (30 March)[edit]

The 95-minute first blind audition episode was broadcast on 30 March 2013 and aired from 7.00pm until 8.35pm.[1]

Group performance: The Voice UK coaches – Medley of "Rip It Up" / "Johnny B. Goode"/ "Shout" / "Long Tall Sally" [9]

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices[10] Jessie Tom Danny
1 Ash Morgan 27 "Never Tear Us Apart"
2 Danny County 22 "About You Now"
3 Leanne Jarvis 24 "Stay with Me"
4 Louis Coupe 16 "Learn to Fly"
5 Andrea Begley 26 "Angel"
6 Kirsty Crawford 29 "Hedonism (Just Because You Feel Good)"
7 Mike Ward 22 "Don't Close Your Eyes"
8 Katie Benbow 20 "Feeling Good"
9 Anthony Kavanagh 35 "Don't Dream It's Over"
10 Matt Henry 34 "Trouble"

Episode 2 (6 April)[edit]

The 90-minute second episode was broadcast on 6 April 2013 and aired from 7.00pm until 8.30pm.

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices Jessie Tom Danny
1 Trevor Francis 30 "A Change Is Gonna Come"
2 Emma Jade Garbutt 18 "Sweet Child o' Mine"
3 Sam Hollyman 17 "Your Song"
4 Alex Buchanan 23 "Don't Wake Me Up"
5 Lorraine Crosby 52 "Midnight Train to Georgia"
6 Ragsy 34 "The Scientist"
7 Smith & Jones 19 & 20 "Candy"
8 Liam Tamne 27 "This Woman's Work"
9 Kym Mazelle 52 "Ring of Fire"
10 Nadeem Leigh 34 "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For"/"The Blower's Daughter"
11 Nick Dixon 16 "I Won't Give Up"
12 Alys Williams 25 "The Cave"

Episode 3 (13 April)[edit]

The 90-minute third episode was broadcast on 13 April 2013 and aired from 6.45pm until 8.15pm.

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices Jessie Tom Danny
1 Cleo Higgins 30 "Love on Top"
2 Barry James Thomas 49 "The Boys Are Back In Town"
3 Mitchel Emms 19 "Best of You"
4 Elise Evans 18 "Something's Got a Hold on Me"
5 Emma Louise Jackson 23 "River Deep – Mountain High"
6 Conor Scott 18 "Starry Eyed"
7 Amy Wilkinson 27 "She Wolf (Falling to Pieces)"
8 Diva 41 & 43 "Tell Him"
9 Leah McFall 23 "R.I.P."
10 Lovelle Hill 22 "Diamonds"
11 Lem Knights 18 "Do It like a Dude"

Episode 4 (20 April)[edit]

The 65-minute fourth episode was broadcast on 20 April 2013 and aired from 8.20pm until 9.25pm.

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices Jessie Tom Danny
1 Alice Fredenham 28 "The Lady Is a Tramp"
2 Sarah Cassidy 31 "Let's Stay Together"
3 Emily Worton 18 "Common People"
4 Nick Tatham 29 "Footloose"
5 Tom Gregory N/A "For the First Time"
6 Laura Prescott N/A "Who You Are"
7 LB Robinson 32 "She's a Lady"
8 Barbara & Carla 47 & 54 "The Flower Duet"
9 David Kidd N/A "Life on Mars?"
10 Laura Oakes 22 "Spectrum (Say My Name)"
11 Jessica Steele 21 "Don't You Want Me"
12 Karl Michael 26 "No More I Love You's"

Episode 5 (27 April)[edit]

The 85-minute fifth episode was broadcast on 27 April 2013.

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices Jessie Tom Danny
1 Jamie Bruce 34 "Try a Little Tenderness"
2 Jordan Lee Davies 22 "I Believe in a Thing Called Love"
3 Charlie Ryan N/A "Let's Get It On"
4 Aret Kapetanovic N/A "Upside Down"
5 Cherelle Basquine 25 "Call My Name"
6 Ricardo Afonso 38 "Hard to Handle"
7 Sean Rumsey 26 "Payphone"
8 Alice Barlow 21 "Call Me Maybe"
9 Katie Evans 24 "You've Got the Love"/"Feel the Love"
10 Nu-tarna 32 & 31 "Part of Me"
11 Gemma Marshall N/A "How We Do (Party)"
12 Eva Iglesias 39 "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going"
13 Ant Henson 23 "All These Things That I've Done"
14 Em Brulée N/A "Hound Dog"
15 Cassie Chan N/A "Too Close"
16 Gill Forster N/A "Cry to Me"
17 Nate James 33 "Crazy"
18 De' Vide 24 & 33 "My Girl"
19 Lareena Mitchell 33 "Walking on Broken Glass"
20 Colin Chisholm 60 "I Drove All Night"
21 Paul Carden 31 "Locked Out of Heaven"

Episode 6 (4 May)[edit]

The 70-minute sixth episode was broadcast on 4 May 2013.

Order Artist Age Song Coaches and artists choices Jessie Tom Danny
1 Adenikè Adenaike 23 "Sweet Love"
2 John Pritchard 31 "Wicked Game"
3 Letitia Grant-Brown 17 "Bust Your Windows"
4 Danny Foster 33 "Wannabe"
5 Jay Aston 51 "Time Is Running Out"
6 Moni Tivony 32 "No Woman, No Cry"
7 Abi Sampa 27 "Stop Crying Your Heart Out"
8 Joseph Apostol 21 "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow" N/A
9 Brett Davison 28 "Fast Car" N/A N/A
10 Bronwen Lewis 19 "Fields of Gold" N/A N/A
11 Adam Barron 27 "Summertime" N/A N/A
12 Sophie Mendoza N/A "Daddy" N/A N/A N/A
13 Georgia Thursting N/A "Romeo" N/A N/A N/A
14 Julie E Gordon 39 "Creep" N/A N/A N/A
15 Rita Payne N/A "Billie Jean" N/A N/A N/A
16 Laine Hines N/A "Baby Jane" N/A N/A N/A
17 Gemma Louise Edwards N/A "Habanera" N/A N/A N/A
18 Rob Reynolds 45 "Wish You Were Here" N/A N/A N/A
19 CJ Edwards 24 "Dedication to My Ex (Miss That)" N/A N/A N/A

Battle rounds[edit]

The recording of the battle rounds took place on 9 and 10 February 2013 at The Fountain Studios and aired on 11, 12 and 25 May 2013.[citation needed] This year's battle rounds featured a new "steal" twist. After each battle round the losing artist then pitched to the other three coaches on why they should join their team. It was then up to the coaches (who have a limited amount of time) to press their red button to steal the artist. They could press their button as many times as they liked but were only allowed to steal one artist. If more than one coach wanted to steal the same artist then it was up to the artist to decide which team to join.

The battle round advisors were working with Dante Santiago, Jessie J with Claude Kelly, Tom Jones with Cerys Matthews and Danny O'Donoghue with Dido.

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 (11 May)[edit]

The first battle rounds episode aired on 11 May.

Order Coach Artist[11] Song[12] Coaches and artists choices Jessie Tom Danny
1 Tom Jones Jamie Bruce LB Robinson "When Love Comes to Town" N/A
2 Matt Henry Jordan Lee Davies "Do I Do" N/A
3 Danny O'Donoghue Alice Barlow Andrea Begley "People Help the People" N/A N/A
4 Jessie J Katie Benbow Sarah Cassidy "E.T." N/A
5 Cleo Higgins Nu-tarna "Finally" N/A N/A
6 Jessie J Ash Morgan Adam Barron "I Won't Let You Go" N/A

Episode 2 (12 May)[edit]

The second battle rounds episode aired on 12 May.

Order Coach Artist[13] Song Coaches and artists choices Jessie Tom Danny
1 Leanne Jarvis Carla & Barbara "Hero" N/A N/A N/A
2 Tom Jones Cherelle Basquine Elise Evans "All About Tonight" N/A N/A
3 Jessie J Danny County De' Vide "Best I Ever Had" N/A N/A
4 Leah McFall CJ Edwards "The Way You Make Me Feel" N/A N/A N/A
5 Jessie J Lovelle Hill Nate James "No Air" N/A N/A
6 Danny O'Donoghue Conor Scott Smith & Jones "Some Nights" N/A N/A N/A

Episode 3 (25 May)[edit]

There was no episode on 18 May due to the Eurovision Song Contest, so the third battle rounds episode aired on 25 May, which ran for 130 minutes.

Order Coach Artist Song Coaches and artists choices Jessie Tom Danny
1 Danny O'Donoghue Ricardo Afonso Mitchel Emms "Are You Gonna Be My Girl" N/A N/A N/A
2 Tom Jones Mike Ward Emma Jade Garbutt "Landslide" N/A N/A
3 Jessie J Letitia Grant-Brown Alex Buchanan "Family Affair" N/A N/A
4 Tom Jones Diva Joseph Apostol "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me" N/A N/A N/A
5 Danny O'Donoghue Laura Oakes Abi Sampa "Heaven" N/A N/A N/A
6 Liam Tamne John Pritchard "Easy Lover" N/A N/A N/A N/A
7 Jessie J Trevor Francis Lem Knights "Soul Man" N/A N/A N/A
8 Tom Jones Alys Williams Lareena Mitchell "Rambling Man" N/A N/A N/A N/A
9 Danny O'Donoghue Paul Carden Sean Rumsey "I'm a Man" N/A N/A N/A N/A
10 Moni Tivony Emily Worton "Little Talks" N/A N/A N/A N/A
11 Tom Jones Colin Chisholm Ragsy "Starlight" N/A N/A N/A N/A
12 Danny O'Donoghue Nadeem Leigh Karl Michael "Red" N/A N/A N/A N/A

Knockout rounds[edit]

The recording of the knockout rounds took place at The Fountain Studios on 21 February 2013 and aired on 1 and 2 June 2013.[citation needed] Before each knockout round, the coach chose one artist from their team to get a "fast pass" to the live shows, the remaining six artists from that team were then split up into two groups of three. At the end of each knockout round the coach then decided out of the three artists who won, and therefore made up their three artists to take to the live shows.

Colour key:

       Artist received a Fast pass and advanced to the Live shows
       Artist won the Knockouts and advanced to the Live shows
       Artist lost the Knockouts and was eliminated

Episode 1 (1 June)[edit]

Order Coach Artists Song Result
1 Tom Jones Jamie Bruce "Papa Was a Rollin' Stone" Eliminated
Cherelle Basquine "1+1" Eliminated
Alys Williams "Everybody's Got to Learn Sometime" Saved
2 Adam Barron "Maybe I'm Amazed" Eliminated
Ragsy "Local Boy in the Photograph" Eliminated
Joseph Apostol "A Song for You" Saved
3 Mike Ward "Just to See You Smile" Fast pass
4 Moni Tivony "Master Blaster" Eliminated
Jordan Lee Davies "It's All Coming Back to Me Now" Eliminated
Leanne Jarvis "Alone" Saved
5 John Pritchard "Something's Gotten Hold of My Heart" Eliminated
Cleo Higgins "Leave Me Alone" Saved
Lem Knights "As Long as You Love Me" Eliminated
6 Leah McFall "Lovin' You" Fast pass

Episode 2 (2 June)[edit]

Order Coach Artists Song Result
1 Jessie J Danny County "Be My Baby" Eliminated
Trevor Francis "Gimme Some Lovin'" Eliminated
Sarah Cassidy "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" Saved
2 Letitia Grant-Brown "Love Is a Battlefield" Eliminated
Lovelle Hill "True Colors" Eliminated
Matt Henry "Skinny Love" Saved
3 Ash Morgan "Sweet Dreams" Fast pass
4 Danny O'Donoghue Alex Buchanan "Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours" Eliminated
Abi Sampa "Iris" Eliminated
Andrea Begley "Songbird" Saved
5 Conor Scott "Hey, Soul Sister" Eliminated
Sean Rumsey "Ain't No Sunshine" Eliminated
Mitchel Emms "Need You Now" Saved
6 Karl Michael "Apologize" Fast pass

Live shows[edit]

The live performance shows were aired live from Pinewood Studios and ran for three consecutive weeks, beginning on 7 June 2013. The BBC decided to move the first live show to Friday 7 June to avoid a clash with the Britain's Got Talent final on Saturday 8 June,[14] and the live coverage of the 2013 Canadian Grand Prix on BBC One prevented alternative air dates over the weekend. However, the remaining two live shows still aired on 15 and 22 June 2013.

Jessie J performed her latest single "Wild" on the Final Live Show.[15] The first live show featured a medley of performances from the previous year's winner and finalists, Leanne Mitchell, Bo Bruce, Vince Kidd and Tyler James,[16] and a performance by guest Tom Odell.[17] Avril Lavigne and Beady Eye performed during the semi-final on 15 June.[18][19] Michael Bublé and Dizzee Rascal featuring Robbie Williams performed on the final on 22 June 2013.[20][21]

Results summary[edit]

Team's colour key
     Team Will
     Team Jessie
     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
Andrea Begley Safe Safe Safe Winner
(week 3)
Leah McFall Safe Safe Safe Runner-up
(week 3)
Mike Ward Bottom two Safe Safe Runner-up
(week 3)
Matt Henry Bottom two Safe 4th Eliminated
(week 3)
Ash Morgan Safe Eliminated Eliminated
(week 2)
Cleo Higgins Bottom two Eliminated Eliminated
(week 2)
Joseph Apostol Safe Eliminated Eliminated
(week 2)
Karl Michael Bottom two Eliminated Eliminated
(week 2)
Alys Williams Eliminated Eliminated
(week 1)
Leanne Jarvis Eliminated Eliminated
(week 1)
Mitchel Emms Eliminated Eliminated
(week 1)
Sarah Cassidy Eliminated Eliminated
(week 1)

Live show details[edit]

Week 1: Quarter-final (7 June)[edit]

After all three artists from each team had performed, the coach then had 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 then opened after all twelve artists had performed.

Order Coach Artist Song[22] Result
1 Jessie J Matt Henry "Wonder" Bottom two
2 Ash Morgan "Lego House" Fast Pass
3 Sarah Cassidy "Love Sensation" Eliminated
4 Tom Jones Alys Williams "Is This Love" Eliminated
5 Joseph Apostol "(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher and Higher" Fast pass
6 Mike Ward "When I Was Your Man" Bottom two
7 Danny O'Donoghue Andrea Begley "Ho Hey" Fast pass
8 Mitchel Emms "Radioactive" Eliminated
9 Karl Michael "A Thousand Years" Bottom two
10 Leanne Jarvis "Where Have You Been" Eliminated
11 Cleo Higgins "Imagine" Bottom two
12 Leah McFall "I Will Survive" Fast pass

Week 2: Semi-final (15 June)[edit]

Order Coach Artist Song Result
1 Jessie J Ash Morgan "Ex-Factor" Eliminated
2 Matt Henry "Girl on Fire" Safe
3 Danny O'Donoghue Karl Michael "I Believe I Can Fly" Eliminated
4 Andrea Begley "One of Us" Safe
5 Leah McFall "Killing Me Softly with His Song" Safe
6 Cleo Higgins "Don't Let Go (Love)" Eliminated
7 Tom Jones Joseph Apostol "End of the Road" Eliminated
8 Mike Ward "Picking Up the Pieces" Safe

Week 3: Final (22 June)[edit]

Order Coach Artist First song Second song (duet) Third song Result
1 Tom Jones Mike Ward "Suspicious Minds" "Green, Green Grass of Home" (with Tom Jones) "Don't Close Your Eyes" Runner-up
2 Danny O'Donoghue Andrea Begley "My Immortal" "Hall of Fame" (with Danny O'Donoghue) "Angel" Winner
3 Jessie J Matt Henry "Babylon" "Never Too Much" (with Jessie J) N/A (already eliminated) Eliminated
4 Leah McFall "I Will Always Love You" "Bang Bang" (with "Lovin' You" Runner-up



The earlier shows averaged around 7.5 million viewers, before raising to around 9 million after 14 April once a substantial clash with Britain's Got Talent was avoided.

Episode Date Official ratings[24]
(in millions)
Weekly rank[24] Share Source
Blind auditions 1 30 March 7.47 6 26.9% [25]
Blind auditions 2 6 April 7.58 5 28.5% [26]
Blind auditions 3 13 April 7.82 4 26.8% [27]
Blind auditions 4 20 April 9.50 1 N/A [28]
Blind auditions 5 27 April 9.07 1 35.5% [29]
Blind auditions 6 4 May 9.27 1 35.3% [30]
Battle rounds 1 11 May 8.86 1 31.8% [31]
Battle rounds 2 12 May 7.82 3 30.4% [32]
Battle rounds 3 25 May 6.95 6 29.7% [33]
Knockout rounds 1 1 June 6.74 3 26.5% [34]
Knockout rounds 2 2 June 6.36 5 27.0% [35]
Live show 1 7 June 5.14 6 21.7% [36]
Live results 1 7 June 4.74 7 19.3% [36]
Live show 2 15 June 6.55 7 28.1% [37]
Live final 22 June 7.95 1 34.8% [38]
Series average 2013 7.45 4 26.8%


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