All the coaches will join together to pay tribute to the late George Michael at the opening of The Voice’s final on Saturday night
The Voice UK final will kick off with a tribute to the late George Michael by the show’s four coaches.
George died in December last year at the age of 53. His family have confirmed that his funeral took place on Wednesday.
The final of the ITV talent show will take place over two episodes this weekend, with the four finalists – Michelle John, Mo Adeniran, Into The Ark and Jamie Miller – battling for victory.
The singing hopefuls and their coaches are to perform duets, although Gavin will be left out of this part of the final, as none of his acts have made it through to the end of the series.
One act will leave the competition after the first episode, with the final three going through to Sunday’s show to perform their song of the series, after which the third-place act will be announced.
The final two acts will take to the stage one last time to win over the voting public in order to score the prize of a record deal.
The Voice UK Final airs on ITV, Saturday, April 1, 8.30pm and Sunday, April 2, 7.00pm on ITV.