The Voice UK 2018: Jennifer Hudson takes SWIPE at Sir Tom Jones ‘Thank you for that’
During another night of blind auditions, viewers were treated to a duo hailing from Brighton, which the judges were keen to fight over.
The pair, called Ant & Ox, made of up 21 year old Ant and Ox, performed Sunday Morning by Maroon 5.
The song was so well received that Sir Tom Jones, Olly Murs, and Jennifer Hudson all turned their chairs.
Once the performance had finished, the time came for the judges to battle it out and claim the act as one of their team.
Jennifer pitched to the boys first, saying that her team takes care of their own, and that she will work on their harmonies.
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