Two Meath acts will feature on this Sunday’s ‘The Voice of Ireland’ competition on RTE One.
Sarah Sylvia and Pauric McLoughlin will both be competing in the last of the ‘Battle’ rounds of the competition.
Both acts wowed the judges in their blind auditions and are now hoping to make it through to the live finals stages.
Three judges vied over Navan singer, Pauric McLoughlin, when he took part in the blind auditions.
The Beechdale Drive resident impressed the judges with Dolores O’Riordan, Kian Egan and Jamelia all turning when the singer took to the stage and gave a beautiful rendition of Calvin Harris’s ‘Feels So Close.’
Pauric got a great response and was complimented on his unique voice by Dolores.
After some deliberation he chose Dolores as his mentor.
Sarah Sylvia Furlong from Oristown, Kells, sang Bjork’s ‘Joga’ for the blind auditions and her stunning version of that song saw Bressie, Dolores O’Riordan and Kian Egan all turn round.
They all competed to have her on their teams and Sarah said Bressie’s pitch was the most convincing which is why she chose him as her mentor.
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