Mel C struggles to speak as she breaks down on The Voice Kids final

The Voice Kids: Mel C gets emotional choosing child for final

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The Voice Kids final aired on Wednesday night and saw the coaches’ four chosen singers battle it out for their place in the final. Mel C’s group performed Proud Mary by Tina Turner, where she then had to choose one singer out of the four to take through to the final performance. As she beamed with pride at how well they sang, she ultimately had to come to a decision which left her lost for words and struggling to speak.

After Torrin, Fiona, Ndana and Mila battled it out against one another, host Emma Willis asked: “So, Melanie, who do you want to sing again later on in the final, who is the winner of the battle?”

Struggling to hide her emotions and lost for words, Melanie shakily said: “Ok, ok, ok, I didn’t think I would last this long actually.

“You know I love you all, and I know you’re all going to go on to do incredible things, but the singer I’m going to take through to the final is Torrin.”

On Tuesday evening, Torrin blew Mel C away and became the first contestant to join Team Sporty with a chance to be crowned The Voice Kids champion and win a trip to Disneyland Paris.

When rehearsing their group performance of Proud Mary, Mel commented on Torrin’s vocals, saying: “Torrin adds a very special dynamic, she’s a real storyteller.”

Speaking to the girls in rehearsals, Mel worried: “Only one person is going to go through to the final, but if the girls can’t support each other, nobody is going to shine.

“I’m elated, what I think I have found is my little Spice Girls, that’s what it feels like. The overall feeling, I get when I’m watching you is just joy.

“The energy is amazing, but let’s not let it interfere with the vocals, a little bit of pitching, a little bit of timing is going, let’s just be careful.

“Everything we talked about, supporting each other, being strong, being a team, you have done that so much more than I could ever have hoped for, I’m getting emotional, so well done.”

After their performance, she commented: “I am so proud of these girls and not only are they so brilliant, but they are also so lovely.

“They have just blown me away, I’ve got the worst job in the world right now.”

Torrin went into the final round and sang Auld Lang Syne, which meant a lot to her as it was her mum’s favourite Christmas song and she passed away when she was younger.

Will.i.am’s team was second to battle it out for their chance to perform a solo in the final and saw Leo, Angel, Tino and Sienna sing their hearts out to impress their coach.

Will.i.am decided to take through Leo to the final, where he performed and rapped his own original piece just as he had done throughout the first two rounds.

Danny Jones was up next and saw Thomas, Alby, Aishling Mae, and Becky storm the stage with a Beatles song, however, he was nervous they wouldn’t be able to pull it off when hearing them in rehearsals.

Danny chose Aishling Mae to go through to the final sing-off where she sang Last Christmas by Wham!

The last group to perform was Pixie Lott’s group, where Savannah, Mikaela, Eva, and Emily performed a ballad which left Pixie in ore of their vocals.

Savannah was Pixie’s winner from the group battle who went through to the final performance and sang Holy Night.

At the end of the night, it was down the virtual studio audience to decide who they thought deserved to be crowned The Voice Kids Champion and win the trip to Disneyland.

Before the winner was announced, Emma revealed all four finalists would be going to Disneyland Paris as a Christmas present.

In the end, it was Torrin who was crowned The Voice Kids champion and gave Mel C her first win as judge on the show.

The Voice Kids is available to watch on ITV Hub. 

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