Did we just watch the future winner of The Voice Kids?

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From Digital Spy

We're only two episodes into The Voice Kids, and we may have just seen the future winner already.

Will.i.am, Pixie Lott and Danny Jones all turned their chairs when they heard the sheer brilliance of 13-year-old Ciaran from Glasgow.

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He came out and belted out Fleur East's Sax on stage and had the whole crowd of their feet.

However, it wasn't only his note-perfect singing performance that impressed the judges and the crowd. It was also his incredible stage presence.

He owned the stage, owned the song and totally owned the judges. They all pressed their buttons and turned their chairs.



"It's called 'The Voice'. You have that," said wii.i.am.

"My pitch would be just mirror, so you can see how awesome you are."

However, he opted to join Pixie Lott's team in favour for Danny and will.i.am, despite their best efforts to convince him to join their respective teams.



"You have such incredible stage presence. I couldn't take my eyes off you," said presenter Emma Willis.

The young lad from Glasgow didn't only impress the judges and the people in the studio. He also impressed people on Twitter, many of which are predicting that he's going to win the competition.









Ciaran's audition was certainly up there with the very best we've seen so far, and he's undoubtedly going to be a contender further down the line, but he'll face some stiff competition.

Danny's already revealed that they're going to be tougher on the kids this year because the standard is so high. We're just two episodes in, and we've already been blown away by so many of these singing kids.

Many people have been claiming that they're better than the adults, which could very well be the case.







The next episode of The Voice Kids will be tomorrow (July 16) at 8pm.

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