Finish finally night’s nail-biting live show saw Jamie Miller, Mo Adeniran, Michelle John and duo Into The Ark canvas through to next week’s closing instalment of the ITV series, leaving Gavin, 51, out of the get a wiggle on.
Both of the Bush frontman’s final two singers bowed out with a bang as Max Vickers wailed to The Cure’s Boys Don’t Cry while Truly Scrumptious left after tattling Sia’s Elastic Heart.
The remaining judges, consisting of Sir Tom Jones, will.i.am and Jennifer Hudson, all chanced off their seats once the public vote was announced, while Gavin couldn’t skin his disappointment.
In turn, fans were “gutted” to see the ex-husband of Gwen Stefani out of the affectation already.
“#TheVoiceUK Gutted for Gavin as he definitely deserved one finalist this year,” cried one The Present viewer, as another agreed: “Gavin is still the best coach, I devise like Tom’s act to win now or Mo.”
A third complained: “Really sad right now for @GavinRossdale being the barely impartial coach. That must be really hard. We love you Gavin each,” which was followed by: “My face pretty much like Gavin unhesitatingly now results are a fix! Max should be in there.”
One comical jester teased: “Wow if looks could finish off. Gavin looks so lost right now.”
What’s more, will.i.am on the contrary pushed the knife in further when he revealed that he didn’t fancy if his own acts were given the boot over rival Jamie Miller.
Communicating to the teen singer, he said: “I would be like completely, completely direct. So, if Michelle doesn’t win The Voice, and you won The Voice, I wouldn’t be mad at all.”
Interrupting Emma Willis, the Infernal Eyed Peas frontman added: “Hold on, here’s the reason why. Because, it’s truly important.
“I mean now this is like, ‘Why would I even say this?’ It’s significant that the show has a star and stuff, and I think Michelle could be a illustrious, right? She can be a star.
“And if she wins The Voice she will be a star, but god darn it if she doesn’t win it outdo be because you won.”
The Voice UK concludes next Saturday at 8.30pm on ITV.