Turn round your spinning chair, put away your Battle Round boxing gloves, because tonight the Voice UK's live shows are kicking off.
Team Tom and Team Will will be performing for your votes and tomorrow night, one member of each team will be booted off the show.
We've also got a group performance from the judges and our first live dose of Reggie Yates and Holly Willoughby to look forward to. Stick with Digital Spy throughout the evening for our comments on the show and our no-nonsense verdict on the acts.
Remember you can leave your views at the bottom of the page and also send your best Tweets about the show to @digitalspy.
Join us at 7pm when it's "all about The Voice" on BBC One.
20:31Night all! Remember it's all about The Voice (and dodgy backing dancers)!
20:29So who did you think was the best act of the night? Ruth? Jaz? Someone else? Let us know at the bottom of the page!
20:25It's all happening backstage, says Reggie. Oh, poor Reggie. It really isn't.
20:24Last act of the night is Ruth Brown. The dead dad card may be overplayed and Jessie J's tears may be a bit much... but wowza! What a voice. Big, big, big.
20:18What is a lick? Lots of talk of licks on this show and we're still not sure what they mean. It sounds cool though. Danny describes Tyler as an artist. Someone fetch that man a paintbrush.
20:13Tyler James is will.i.am's next act up. He's got a lovely voice, but we can't forgive the facial hair. IT'S ALL ABOUT HAVING A SHAVE.
20:08Matt & Sueleen covering Fleetwood Mac is the next act. It's all a bit Louis Walsh novelty X Factor act in our opinion. But they seem like a lovely couple. So we'll let it fly.
20:01Sophie Griffin is the latest act to take to the stage. She's a pint-sized popstar. The youngest girl in the competition, but don't discount her. She's got the makings of a nifty pop act. If you have her in the work sweepstakes, congratulations.
19:58will.i.am is tweeting on his phone during the live show. How very modern. However to 99% of viewers who don't follow him, he just looks bored.
19:55Oh and before we forget, what was with Leanne's backing dancers? Were they left in the BBC studio after So You Think You Can Dance was axed?
19:53Next up is Leanne. Leanne who? Our thoughts exactly. We've forgotten about her audition and battle already. We're not sure about this performance though. It was all over the shop in terms of pitch (ooh, get us). The coaches seem to love it though. So what do we know?
19:48In our opinion, Jaz is a little bit safe and lacking in edge. But we're sure our mum would love him.
19:47will.i.am has no words for Jaz. Sir Tom thinks Jaz is "perfect". Danny O'Donoghue compares him to Boyz II Men. It's a Jaz love-in.
19:43Jaz Ellington, the red hot favourite to win the series, is up next. He's singing 'At Last'. A song we definitely haven't heard enough of on talent shows in recent years.
19:40Adam Isaac is the posh face of rock. And he's got a jawline you could crack nuts with. We weren't sure about some of those big notes though. He definitely needs some polishing from Sir Tom.
19:36That was very noisy and loud, wasn't it? You don't hear that on Strictly. Fetch some ear plugs for granny.
19:35Next act up is Adam Isaac. He's the rather dashing surfer dude. And he's covering Foo Fighters. Ooh, not very BBC teatime, is it?
19:31Reggie is talking to the acts backstage. Less chatter, Reggie. More SOCIAL MEDIA WALL action please.
19:29The big word from The Voice UK coaches is "grow". There's lots of "growing" tonight. Frances showed how much she has "grown" by covering Chaka Khan's 'Ain't Nobody' in a denim waistcoat with sexy hunk backing dancers. It was all a bit 1987 in our opinion.
19:26Next act up is Frances Wood. She's working-class and she wants you to know it.
19:25The first sign of negativity from the coaches. Jessie J wasn't happy with Sam Buttery's backing dancers. Has Louis Walsh been writing her script? Not a whisper from the Voice UK audience, though. Is there a 'no booing' policy on this show? They even cheer the criticism.
19:20Chris Biggins x Timmy Mallet + Alan Carr / Adele = Sam Buttery.
19:19We'd quite like our own little pet Sam Buttery to keep in our pocket. We'd poke it in its tummy and it would sing for us.
19:18Hello Sam Buttery! *camper than Christmas klaxon*
19:16The coaches adore Joelle's first performance. I tell you what we adore. Sir Tom Jones's suit. A dashing silver number that clashes in incredible fashion with his oaky/TOWIE tan.
19:15Hands up if you're loving the audience family members in 'vote for my son/daughter/sister/brother' T-shirts. It's all very Pop Idol.
19:13Joelle has got some pipes on her. High notes, big notes, deep soulful notes. Boom! That was a brilliant opening.
19:09First act of the night is Joelle Moses. Our three-word description for Joelle: Feisty, diva, hair.
19:09There is a wall of tweets backstage. I like this, I like this a lot. More magic tweeting walls please, BBC.
19:07It's a bit like watching your parents performing at the school play. But we liked Tom Jones's big notes and Jessie J looks pretty cute. Someone needs to tell Danny O'Donoghue that knee slides stopped being cool in 1994 though.
19:04Time for a group performance. But not from the acts. First up, it's the judges. Sorry, coaches. Singing U2's 'Beautiful Day'. Watch the cringe-ometer go off the scale.
19:01Ooh, Holly Willoughbooby looks lovely in pink. And Reggie looks pretty dashing in his suit. Suits you, Reggie. Suits you, sir.
19:00Wah-wah-wah! This is The Voice! Not even catching the last five minutes of My Family can dampen our mood. It's live shows time. Stuff spinning chairs. This is the business end of the competition.