Winner of The Voice UK 2019

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Pick the team

If you have access to any type of social media outlet it’s more or less impossible that you missed The Voice UK. But just in case you have, here is a quick recap on what the show is all about. A panel of judges sits with their back against a stage where numerous performances are held. Should one or more judges like what they hear they push a button and their chair spins around facing the singer. Now, should more than one judge push the button the signer has to choose which judge they like to have as a coach. When the so-called “Battle Rounds” is finished each coach should have around 12 members on its team.“I think this is it. I just want to go out on a high note”

Love at first sight

The very first season of The Voice UK aired on March 24th, 2012 and now one could really imagine how popular the show would be. Sure there have been numerously shown in the same genera, like Britain’s Got Talent, and The X Factor. What made show unique, was that the element of appearance was removed. Making only the truly extraordinary singers shine without being judge on stage presence and other BS like the style. And already from the first show, the public loved it. Especially with having such depth and renowned names like Sir Tom Jones,, Jessie j, and Danny O’Donoghue on the jury panel. Although only two original judges remain intact after 8 seasons(Sir Tom Jones and It still goes to show what a success the show is.

Know your music

This day, around 10 Million people tune in every Saturday to see whos going to move closer. And fulfilling its life’s dream of being the winner of The Voice UK 2019. So, if you one of the 10 Million and think you are sure who will be the winner of The Voice UK 2019. Well, then you have the chance of winning some extra cash by placing a bet! At the moment Unibet thinks that Nicole Dennis will bring home the bacon. Where she is current on the lowest odds 11/4 (Fractional) 3.75 (Decimal) Which translates into £$€10 wagered gives you £$€37.5. Should you, on the other hand, be more daring and go against what the bookmakers think. You can bet that Gabriel Dryss, Eva Campbell, or Connie Lamb steals the show for a odds of 50/1 (Fractional) 51.0 (Decimal) and bring home £$€510 on the same bet amount.

Odds may be subject to change.