St Albans singer appears on The Voice UK as part of Belle Noir
PUBLISHED: 12:10 19 January 2020 | UPDATED: 09:06 23 January 2020
A singer from St Albans performed on The Voice UK 2020 as part of a vocal harmony trio that wowed the judges.
Group Belle Noir appeared last night (Saturday) on week three of this year's series of the ITV singing contest.
The vintage vocal harmony trio - including St Albans singer Jasmine Gur - performed Feel It Still by American rock band Portugal. The Man in the third round of blind auditions in front of music legends will.i.am, Sir Tom Jones, Olly Murs and show newcomer Meghan Trainor.
As always, the first stage of the talent competition features the contestants singing to the backs of the coaches.
The three-piece's performance on Saturday's show impressed celebrity judges Sir Tom Jones and Troublemaker singer Olly Murs.
They both turned their red chairs for Belle Noir - singers Emily Patrikios, Jasmine Gur and Sarah Goodwin.
Choosing between the pair of coaches, Belle Noir opted to join Team Olly.
Sir Tom Jones, famous for hits such as She's a Lady, It's Not Unusual, What's New Pussycat?, Green Green Grass of Home, Delilah, Sex Bomb and Kiss, tweeted: "Shame, my green velvet outfit didn't swing it in my favour @bellenoirband
"But you will do good things with @ollymurs #TeamOlly #TheVoiceUK"
Olly Murs posted on his Instagram page a picture of himself with the trio, with the message: "So different, so unique, stunning and I didn't need any velvet! get in! #TeamOlly @bellenoirband"
Belle Noir later posted the same picture of them with Olly Murs, along with the words: "There he is! The fourth member of the group #teamolly #welovehim #thevoiceuk #thevoice #singersofInstagram #topsingers #vocalharmonygroup #vocalharmony #vocalharmonytrio #singers #topvocalists #singers #performers #ollymurs #tomjones #will.i.am #meghantrainor"
Presented by Emma Willis, the ninth series of The Voice UK continues on ITV next Saturday, January 25, at 8.30pm.
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