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25 January 2020, 18:00 | Updated: 25 January 2020, 18:01
Who won The Voice UK last year? Every past winner since 2012.
But who won The Voice last year? Here's a look back at every single winner of the show so far.
Last year, 18-year-old Molly - was part of Olly Murs’ team - beat the likes of Jimmy Balito, Bethzienna Williams, and Deana to be crowned champion.
Tom Jones’ protege Ruti, 18, was the winner in 2018 after beating bookies favourite Donel Mangena.
She went back to completing her A-levels after her victory but is now working on her music again.
Mo won with the help of former judge Jennifer Hudson, who became the first female coach to win.
The 22-year-old beat Into The Ark in 2017, and released his debut song "Unsteady" the same year.
Former Liberty X singer Kevin took home the win alongside coach Ricky Wilson.
His winner's single ‘All You Good Friends’ got to No. 24 in the charts but unfortunately his first solo album Recover didn’t reach the Top 40.
Ricky Wilson had another success in 2016 when he mentored Stevie McCrorie to victory, beating Lucy O'Byrne in the final.
He was later taken on by record label, Decca and his debut single Lost Stars charted at No.6.
Stevie has since gone back to his career as a firefighter.
Jermain, 25, beat Christina Marie and Sally Barker in the final with the help of will.i.am.
The star was reported to have put his music career on hold to continue with his studies in politics, but his Instagram still claims he’s a “recording artist”.
Andrea Begley was the second ever winner of The Voice after making it to the final against Leah McFall.
Danny O'Donogue was her mentor, but Andreawent back to studying part-time for a PhD.
Leanne was the first ever winner of The Voice after she was mentored by Tom Jones.
After beating Bo Bruce in the final, her debut song record failed to make it into the Top 100 and she was dropped by her label.
The winner of The Voice 2019 bagged a record deal with Polydor Records alongside the release of their debut single.
There was no cash prize, however winners previously got £100,000 before the show moved from BBC to ITV.