The Voice UK 5: Knockouts (#TeamGeorge)

There is an interesting mix in this team of Boy George but I must say that the ones that have stood out in his team have something in common: being different yet fantastic singers.

This is shaping to be a good season I guess and I do hope that Boy George will choose the right song choices for his team on the live shows next week.

Here is how I rank his team tonight.

8. LAURA BEGLEY
Sweet Disposition

– This could have been glorious if only Laura watched on her pitch carefully. She began the song off pitch and then the uneven verses didn’t help as well. Sure there are really good moments in parts, but for me, it was too little to save her whole performance. 4

7. ALARIC GREEN
Unchained Melody

– It was sleepy and his best karaoke attempt. 5

6. LEIGHTON JONES
Feel Like Makin’ Love

– This was decent. Something that is a usual showing from Leighton which I thought didn’t really show anything new from him. 6

5. CHASE MORTON
If You Let Me Stay

– I am surprised. Sure this wasn’t anything ground breaking or vocally solid, but Chase had some good moments and this was entertaining at least. 6.5

4. BRADLEY WATERMAN
Sonnentanz (Sun Don’t Shine)

– Interesting take, solid vocals. Okay, it may not be perfecfly sang but I liked the risk he took. There are moments that this felt too safe  in terms of vocals but I digress. 7.5

3. HARRY FISHER
Hello

– Solid! A bit theatrical but it was actually a good take on the Adele hit. Harry took some interesting liberties and vocal ad libs. 8

2. CODY FROST
Another Brick On The Wall

– The beginning was divine and the build up is kinda interesting. Her vocals – not perfect – but beautifully phrased. 8

1. VANGELIS
Always On My Mind

– Beautiful. This was just delicate, lovely and the way he navigated the song was like butter. Smooth, enotionally connected and it was simply a solid performance. 8.5

BOY GEORGE’S TOP 3:
Vangelis
Cody Frost
Harry Fisher

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