Jennifer Hudson's final three contestants are preparing to up their game ahead of the quarter-final tomorrow. Mo Adeniran, Jamie Miller and Jack Bruley spoke exclusively to What's On TV as they prepare to take to the stage.
Jennifer Hudson’s final three contestants are preparing to up their game ahead of the quarter-final tomorrow.
Mo Adeniran, Jamie Miller and Jack Bruley spoke exclusively to What’s On TV to tell us about how they are feeling as they prepare to go head-to-head with the other teams – and with each other.
Jamie revealed he will be singing a slow song in tomorrow’s quarter-final as he wants to show people he can sing.
Jack said: “I’m very excited but I’m also very nervous. You’ve got to up your game.”
Speaking of his song choice, Mo said: “I’m really excited to sing this song, I really connect with it on a personal level and it’s different to a lot of the songs that I’ve done. I just hope I do it justice.”
Responding to rumours that he could be the bookies’ favourite to win the competition, Mo said: “Everyone is in the competition because we are all individuals and we all have individual voices. If I was a viewer at home I would vote for Max because he’s my friend and flatmate. Everyone is unique, on the day of the final we’ll just have to see where we’re all at really.”
Sharing a top tip from mentor Jennifer, Jamie said: “She said to me: ‘nobody is going to believe in you if you are not going to believe in yourself’. Jennifer Hudson is one of the best singers in the world. I think she’s brought out confidence in me.”
The Voice quarter-final is on tomorrow night at 8:30pm on ITV1.