Voice duo win battle of Bruce
FOLK duo Matt and Sueleen sang for their survival on BBC's The Voice on Saturday.
More than 10 million viewers watched as the Canterbury couple belted out Bruce Springsteen's Born To Run alongside their rival, country singer Lindsey Butler, as part of the talent show's battle round.
After a tense deliberation, their coach – hip-swinging legend Tom Jones – saved the soulful pair, praising their pitch-perfect harmonies and on-stage chemistry.
Matt, who works as a chef at the Cherry Tree pub in Canterbury, and his teenage sweetheart Sueleen, a teaching assistant at Bridge and Patrixbourne Primary School, will appear on the live shows this weekend as part of Team Tom.
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Contestants from artist and producer will.i.am's group will also sing live for viewer's votes, before one act from each team leaves the competition.
The quirky couple, who are both 34, have been together for 15 years and performing at gigs and festivals including Lounge on the Farm and Herne Bay Rocks for eight.
The Voice is on BBC One on Saturday and Sunday at 7.30pm.