THE Voice UK 2021 will crown a winner this Saturday, March 20 as four of the finest singers the competition has to offer go head to head.
The finalists for this year’s series have been confirmed and the bookies’ have already slapped odds on who they think will triumph.
Who will win The Voice 2021?
The final contains the last four remaining contestants in the competition.
The process of elimination meant viewers at home were forced to choose for their favourite act from each of the four coaches.
The final four are Okulaja, Hannah Williams, Grace Holden and Craig Eddie.
Here are all the odds surrounding this year’s final, courtesy of bet365:
Craig Eddie – 4/5
Anne-Marie’s hopes of being the winning coach in her first series depend on 23-year-old Craig Eddie.
Born and raised in the Scottish town of Falkirk, Eddie has always harboured dreams of becoming a signing success – bookmakers have the Scotsman pinned as favourite.
Okulaja – 7/2
18-year-old Kent student Okulaja will be representing Team Will in this year’s finale.
An anti-bullying ambassador, he has claimed he wants to use the power of music to spread his message to other young people.
Grace Holden – 7/2
Perhaps fate intervened for Grace Holden, as the Essex-based 18-year-old is representing one of her home counties most famous exports in Olly Murs.
Grace divides her time between working as a shop assistant, while also operating as a part-time theatre school teacher.
She has gone on record as saying she has aspirations of making her late mum Sheila proud in this year’s final.
Hannah Williams – 7/1
Already a full-time singer, 38-year-old mum from Winchester Hannah Williams will be flying the flag for Team Tom.
She already has impressive singer credentials, with her vocals featuring on a track by rap icon Jay-Z.
Despite this, Hannah has said she fears this series of The Voice may be her last chance to achieve fully-fledged success as a recording artist.
When is The Voice final on TV and how can I watch it?
The final of The Voice UK 2021 will air on Saturday, March 20 at 8:30pm on ITV.
The show will be available to watch on the ITV Hub, as is all the episodes in the series thus far – in case you need to catch up ahead of the big night.
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