Team Bressie Boasts Ireland’s Hottest Talent
Voice Of Ireland
The coaches’ teams on the Voice of Ireland are growing after the second blind audition saw more hopefuls get through.
Patrick Donoghue continues to head the betting at 5/1 despite seven new acts joining the line-up. Bressie’s team is starting to fill up as Shannon Doyle, Dean Forrester and Denise Morgan joined his crew.
Laura Enright was the best of the night as her rendition of ‘Hey Ya’ saw her go straight into the betting at 9/1.
Denise made it onto to team Tom when she auditioned for the Voice UK but after losing out in the battle rounds, she turned to the Voice Of Ireland and Bressie turned for her. The Manchester native can be backed at 14/1 to go all the way this time.
Dean Forrester took a risk when he sang a swing version of Van Halen’s Jump but one that paid off as he joins team Bressie at 25/1 to win.
Rachel welcomed two new members to her team bringing her current total up to four. Brian Dunne’s quirky take on ‘My Love’ by Justin Timberlake impressed the S Club 7 star and although not for some, he is a 14/1 shot to win. Cian O’ Melia, who sang ‘Way Back When’ by Kodaline, is on offer at the bigger price of 25/1.
Shannon Doyle was first up and was Una’s only steal of the night. The Dublin lass is priced at 20/1 to win. Kian secured just one act in the second round of blind auditions; Helena Bradley Bates who is 16/1 to go all the way with her rock vocals.