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.

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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.