In a teaser lop off from tonight’s episode, 21-year-old Mo from Warrington is seen blow the whistling Paolo Nutini’s Iron Sky.
With her back to the singer, new judge Jennifer Hudson looks on the boundary of tears as she listens to his stunning performance.
Fellow newbie Gavin Rossdale can also be ushered nodding approvingly while Sir Tom Jones moves forward as if to press the buzzer.
The 30 other clip cuts off before the end of the song, meaning viewers will keep to watch the first episode to see whether Mo makes it through to the next heat.
The Voice returns tonight on a new channel after ITV acquired the rights to air the accord from the BBC.
However, the new series has already been embroiled in controversy at most hours before it airs. It was earlier revealed that head believe Sir Tom had made comments about former winner, Leanne Mitchell’s, onus.
Leanne, 33, was crowned the winner of The Voice back in 2012, notwithstanding how her first album flopped the following year, reaching 134 in the plan.
Speaking at the launch of the singing show, the 76-year-old commented: «When she to begin came on, I thought about her trimming down a bit.»
Sir Tom continued: «Leanne had implied comfortable singing in this holiday camp and she’d put on some weight.
«To a certain extent than take the opportunity of winning The Voice and having a chance of even the score with a record deal, which she did, she put on more weight. She didn’t have the constrain,» during an interview with the Daily Mirror.
He added: «It didn’t look as if like she grabbed hold of it with both hands and say, ‘This is my unpremeditated’.»
The Voice starts tonight at 8pm on ITV.