Up to now it has been her amazing voice that has kept her in the competition, but this Sunday night, Sligo singing sensation Kelesa Mulcahy needs your vote!
The talented 33-year-old has made it through blind auditions, through face-to-face song battles and even thrived in the live shows held in Dublin’s Helix theatre last month, but now the public have their say and they can ensure the mother-of-one will make it through to the Voice of Ireland semi-finals.
Kelesa impressed the judges when she first performed in the blind audition, surprising judge Kian Egan, who was a long-time friend of the singer but had not expected her to be there when he turned his seat around.
In the end Kelesa went with Team Kian and through two more rounds, he has kept her in the competition, believing that she has what it takes to be crowned the 2016 Voice of Ireland.
Kelesa will be performing on Sunday night, April 10 with a chance to go forward to the semi-final a week later. Each of the judges have three singers left in the competition.
Whichever of their singers has the highest public votes will automatically go through to next week. It will then be up to the judges to decide which of their remaining two team members they save, and which they send home.
When she last competed, on Sunday, March 20, she was told by two of the judges to push herself harder in the next round.
The singer has been in rehearsals this week in Dublin ahead of Sunday’s live show. Her supporters have organised for a bus to take them to the show in the Helix to shout on their support.
And one former Voice of Ireland finalist, Laura May Lenehan, has wished Kelesa the best of luck in the competition too.
The Voice of Ireland live show starts at 6.30pm on Sunday evening on RTE ONE. Full voting details will be revealed on the show.