Four singers lost their places in The Voice UK in the live quarter final – with each coach losing one act.
The set of 12 hopefuls was whittled down to eight in the latest round of the ITV singing competition.
Each coach put their three acts forward to perform, before picking one of their own to make it into the next round.
Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale saved the memorably-named Truly Scrumptious Ford after she sang Lights by Ellie Goulding, and US R&B singer Jennifer Hudson saved Mo Adeniran who sang Bob Dylan’s Knocking on Heaven’s Door.
The public were then asked to vote to save four of the remaining eight singers – and the result saw one more act from each coach’s team remain on the show.
Michelle John, from Team Will, survived after impressing with her take on Chaka Khan hit I’m Every Woman.
Craig Ward, from Team Tom, won over viewers with his take on The Killers’ anthem All These Things I’ve Done.
Warrington singer Max Vickers was saved from Team Gavin, offering a memorable performance of The Black Keys’ bluesy Lonely Boy.
Jamie Miller made it through from Team Jennifer, performing Rihanna’s hit Love on the Brain.
Crashing out of the competition were Tanya Lacey, Nadine McGhee, Sarah Morgan, and Jack Bruley.
Next week will bring the semi-finals of the show.