Sir Tom Jones and will.i.am both took to the stage to sing with their respective acts in last night's (12.05.12) episode of 'The Voice'.
After both singers saw their last four acts perform in a bid to get through to the next round, each coach sang with their contestants but it was will.i.am's group who stole the show.
At the start of the BBC One talent programme, the Black Eyed Peas star promised viewers they were in for a treat, saying: "I'm really looking forward to this, I told my team let's treat this as our big moment. Let's pretend that we're in a group."
With Team Will all dressed in matching green blazers and ready to perform, they took to the stage with the audience cheering loudly in support.
Tyler James began by singing Ray Charles' 'I Got A Woman', and was joined by will on piano and later Jaz Ellington.
The song then switched up to Kanye West's 'Gold Digger' before moving into 'Just Can't Get Enough', during which point Joelle Moses and Frances Wood entered the stage.
will.i.am then took to twitter to speak of his joy at the performance.
He wrote: #teamwill just smashed the place up @jazellington was #wowzerz @TylerJames777 was #dope @JoelleMoses was #explosive @FrancesRWood was #boom'. (sic)"
Before Tom and his acts - Adam Issac, Matt and Sueleen, Leanne Mitchell and Ruth Brown - took to the stage, the Welsh singing legend said he couldn't wait to get started.
He said: "I'm looking forward to getting to do what we do best."
The group - all dressed in matching black and white outfits - then did a performance of 'Hit The Road Jack', although it was Tom who stood out the most.
Each coach will have to lose two acts in tonight's (13.05.12) show.