The Voice kids 2023 : The seventh series of The Voice Kids has just wrapped up, and we have our winners!
Andrea and Shanice Nyandoro, affectionately known as the “Wonder Twins” by their coach will.i.am, emerged victorious in the thrilling grand final held on Saturday, July 15. They outshone their talented competitors, Will Edgar, Niamh Noade, and Hayla-Essen Danns, who also made it to the final four. It was an exciting and closely contested event, but ultimately, Andrea and Shanice captured the hearts of the public and claimed the well-deserved title.
“We’re feeling very good and excited – we can’t believe it,” expressed the Nyandoro sisters, the newly crowned winners of the seventh series of The Voice Kids. Their rendition of Coldplay’s ‘A Sky Full of Stars’ undoubtedly played a pivotal role in securing their victory. Coach will.i.am, who celebrated his first win on The Voice Kids, couldn’t hide his pride and admiration for the talented duo and their exceptional performances.
The final four contestants were determined through intense battles, with each coach having the challenging task of selecting their strongest performers. As part of will.i.am’s diverse team, Andrea and Shanice captivated the audience with their rendition of Lizzo’s ‘Special.’ Alongside them were fellow teammates Elim Enock, Tai’jah Dixon, and Theo Hills.
Representing coach Pixie Lott, Hayla showcased her vocal prowess with a powerful performance of ‘I Am Changing’ from Dreamgirls. During the battles, she displayed her versatility with an equally impressive rendition of ‘Climb Every Mountain’ from The Sound of Music. Hayla’s team included Elyssa Tait, Martha Kamugasa, and Tiara-Leigh Ferns, all of whom showcased remarkable talent throughout the competition.
Will, hailing from the same town as coach Danny Jones, delivered a mesmerizing acoustic rendition of Tina Turner’s ‘The Best’ during his performance, leaving the crowd in awe. In the earlier battle round, he showcased his talent by singing Miley Cyrus’ ‘Flowers.’ The battle also featured Abigail Moore, Alexandra Perez Ramos, and Oscar Hartland, who all displayed their remarkable skills.
Niamh captivated the audience with her exceptional vocals and harp playing, choosing ‘People Help the People’ as her standout performance. As a member of Ronan Keating’s team, which included Danny Bretherton, Jarlaith Mervyn, and Yazmin Asim, she earlier impressed with her rendition of Oasis’ ‘Don’t Look Back in Anger.’ Niamh’s talent and musical versatility were truly remarkable throughout her journey on the show.