Fionn Gardner Is Kian’s Ticket To Voice Success
The Voice Ireland
The teams are full and the blind auditions of the Voice of Ireland are over. As we head into the battle rounds it is team Una who dominates the betting.
Niall O’Halloran is the 7/4 favourite with Kayleigh Cullinan second favourite at 4/1 and Patrick Donoghue is third in the betting at 6/1.
Eight more acts went through on Sunday night’s show and it was Kian who bagged the best of the night. Fionn Gardner was the final act to join team Kian’s and the most impressive of the night, according to the betting as he is installed at 10/1.
Rocker John Bonham blew the coaches away with his rendition of ‘Immigrant Song’, after joining team Kian he went into the betting at 14/1. Rebecca Kelly claimed the second last spot on team Kian and can be backed at 66/1 to win.
Bressie had two spots to fill, which he did with Hannah Stockwell-Quinn and Chloe Wilders. Co Tyrone native Chloe Wilders grabbed Bressie attention with her take on Jason Mraz ‘I Wont Give Up’ and is 22/1 to win. Bressie had to fight to get Hannah on his side but succeeded and the Bray lass is 40/1 to go all the way.
Rachel went into the final blind audition with one spot left on her team, which she filled with Paul Taylor, who is priced at 33/1. Una was the last coach to fill her team, having bagged traditional singer Evan Cotter (25/1) early on she was left a choice between the final two acts. Mark Joyce granted Una’s last request, winning her over with a Paolo Nutini cover and is 25/1 to win.
Niall O’Halloran is the one to beat ahead of the battles in the Voice Of Ireland. The support continues for the Limerick lad to win the show and he is currently our biggest liability.
Team Una is the strongest of the lot taking over the top three spots in the betting. Kian is desperate to win this year and his best chance of doing just that is with his newest member to the team, Fionn Gardner who is priced at 10/1.