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Ruth-Ann and Aleks have the most to fear on The Voice

| 04.05.2012

After the departures last week of Sophie Griffin and Samuel Buttery, another two acts are set to exit The Voice and it seems that Ruth-Ann St Luce and Aleks Josh could be the most at risk after the song choices were announced.

Ruth-Ann St Luce to be first Jessie J elimination @ 4/9

Becky Hill and Vince Kidd look the two acts most certain of progression and it would be unlikely that Jessie J would send either home if left in her bottom two.

Cassius Henry may look at risk, but the fact that he has been given a Coldplay track rather than a dull RnB hit should allow him to stand out as he can put his own spin on it.

In terms of song choice, Toni Warne may struggle to do much with Tina Turner’s ‘Proud Mary’ and this does seem a slightly lazy song choice.

She is 6/1 to be Jessie’s first live act eliminated and this could prove a bet of value.

However, Ruth-Ann has done little to impress so far and can count herself somewhat fortunate to have made this stage.

Ruth-Ann may surprise with her version of Cheryl Cole’s ‘Promise This’, but she is certainly the safest option to be eliminated first.

Aleks Josh to be first Danny O’Donaghue elimination @ 9/4

Danny seems to have the strongest five acts with no obvious weak link and it is therefore tough to predict his first elimination.

Hannah Berney is the favourite to go first, but her ‘Cry Me A River’ song choice could prove inspired, especially if blending together the Justin Timberlake and Julie London renditions.

Bo Bruce should have no trouble covering Kate Bush, Max Milner may steal the show with Free Fallin’ and Sweet Disposition could prove the perfect fit to David Julien’s voice.

This leaves Aleks, who may suffer the most with nerves given his past performances and has been given what looks a safe song choice with Michael Buble, even if this is to try to boost his confidence.



Craig Kemp

Craig has written for Ladbrokes since the 2010 World Cup, having previously gained a Media & Sports Journalism degree and contributed to publications including the Racing Post. His main areas of interest are horse racing and UFC, but he is also an avid X Factor gambler and likes nothing more than indulging in a spot of Hip Hop Karaoke.