The Voice contestants join forces for NHS charity single after live final axed

Contestants from The Voice have joined forces by releasing a charity single in aid of the NHS.

Earlier this year TV bosses were forced to put the semi-finals and final on hold because of the coronavirus pandemic.

And while the contestants felt disappointed by the delay, they haven’t let it get them down.

Band Belle Noir rounded up all the semi-finalists to sing a rendition of Stevie Wonder’s As, and it’s everything we need to hear to lift our spirits.

The singers all recorded a music video from their homes, with each of them taking different parts of the song.

Belle Noir then blended it all together to produce an amazing track.

Hey presto!

The band took to Instagram to share with their followers why they decided to put together the song.

‘We are the contestants from @ITV’s @TheVoiceUK 2020 and we are using our voices to spread a message of positivity and help raise money for @NHSCharitiesTogether,’ they began.

‘If you enjoy our performance – please consider making a donation on @justgiving (link in bio). Thank you in advance and thank you to our wonderful NHS and key workers!’

Speaking ahead of the release finalist Brooke Scullion added: Whilst we’re all eager to get back on The Voice stage for the Semi-Finals, this is a great way for us to all come together from our own homes and show our support for NHS workers and all the amazing work they’re doing, they’re true heroes.’

It’s not currently known what date the final has been moved to.

In a statement, ITV said at the time: ‘We have taken the difficult decision to postpone The Voice Semi-Final and Final until later this year.

‘We will continue to monitor the situation and announce a new date for these shows, which were due on air on the 28th March and 4th April, in due course.’

Visit to watch the video, and to make a donation.

The Voice semi-final is expected to air later this year.

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