Nadia Eide became the first winning semi-finalist on 'The Voice' on Saturday night (06.03.21).

The 32-year-old classical singer wowed and the other judges with her performance of 'The Show Must Go On' by Queen.

Nadia overcame competition from Lauren Drew, who performed Stevie Wonder’s 'Don't You Worry 'bout a Thing', and Adenike, who sang Aerosmith’s 'I Don't Want To Miss A Thing', to move a step closer to winning the ITV show.

Elsewhere, Benjamin Warner became the winner for Tom Jones' team after impressing Tom, Will and the other judges - Anne-Marie and Olly Murs - with his performance of 'All Night Long (All Night)' by Lionel Richie.

Meanwhile, Leona Jorgensen also moved closer to her ambition when she was announced as the winner for Team Anne-Marie.

The singer - who appeared visibly shocked when her name was revealed - secured her place in the next stage thanks to a memorable performance of Justin Bieber's 'Holy'.

But after the show, Anne-Marie admitted it'd been tough for her to make life-changing decisions at this stage of the competition.

She wrote on Twitter: "Can’t believe I’ve gotta make more decisions next week [confounded and tears-of-joy emojis] @thevoiceuk #TeamAnneMarie (sic)"

For Team Olly, meanwhile, Jordan and Wesley were announced as the winners, having impressed the judges with their performance of 'The Climb' by Miley Cyrus.

The show also featured appearances from the likes of Melanie C, Leigh-Anne Pinnock from Little Mix and James Bay, who praised the quality of the performances on the programme.

He tweeted during the show: "Let’s all agree that @thevoiceuk supplies the absolute bangers no matter who’s singing! (sic)"