The Voice semi-finals: Cody’s ‘galactic’ voice gets her through to the final Alison Gardner 6:04pm - Sat, April 2 0shares 0shares TAGS: Boy GeorgePaloma Faithricky wilsonThe Voicewill.i.am will.i.am, Ricky Wilson, Paloma Faith and Boy George see their teams battle for a place in the 2016 final 1/12 Ricky Wilson described Cody’s voice as “galactic” after she sang The Chain. But does she have the universal appeal to win The Voice final? 2/12 Cody also sang with her coach Boy George and teammate Vangelis, performing a Culture Club classic, Victims. 3/12 Vangelis didn’t win the public vote, though, after singing Beautiful and won’t be in the final. 4/12 Team Ricky sang Power of Love and were the biggest winner in the semi-finals, with both Jolan and Kevin making it to the final. 5/12 Jolan’s solo performance was Purple Rain and “it was flawless” said Ricky. “If that doesn’t get you to the final I don’t know what will.” 6/12 Kevin sang Rolling In The Deep with a voice that Will said “could move buildings”. Will it move the public to vote him the winner in the final, though? 7/12 Team Will’s team effort was a Seventies mash-up of Chic’s Good Times’and The Sugarhill Gang’s Rapper’s Delight. 8/12 On her own, Lydia performed I’ll Be There and Ricky told her “You’re the one to beat”. 9/12 Boy George thought Lyrickal “struggled with the pitch” of his song, See You Again. The viewers must have agreed as he didn’t make the final. 10/12 Team Paloma was the biggest loser in the semi-finals as both acts lost. Still, Heather and Jordan got to sing Piece Of My Heart with their coach 11/12 Boy George thought Jordan should win the contest, but she didn’t make the final after singing Dancing In The Dark. 12/12 heathergallery The youngest semi-finalist, Heather, sang Sorry – and she was when she didn’t win the public’s votes. The Voice final is on BBC1, Saturday, April 9, 7.00pm.