When the semi-final and the final of ITV’s The Voice UK were put on hold at the end of March, everyone wondered if we’d ever see a winner of the 2020 series. Well, after a seven-month wait, all will finally be revealed as, this Saturday, the stage is set for the grand final.
Last week's nail-biting semi-final saw coaches Sir Tom Jones, will.i.am, Oily Murs - and a 'digital' Meghan Trainor beamed from her home in LA - each put one singer through to the final. And, on Saturday night, those four acts will battle it out to realize their dream of being a recording artist.
Emma Willis will host the pre-recorded 'as live' show, filmed, like the semi, in front of a virtual 'at home' audience, who will all be seen on a huge screen in the studio. The singers will perform solo and each gets to duet with their respective coach. It will then be up to the virtual audience to decide who has won The Voice UK 2020.
Here, Emma, 44, tells us more...
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