Show your support for Oldham twins Jahz and Darius on The Voice UK again tomorrow!

Date published: 19 February 2021


Oldham hopefuls Jahz and Darius Duncan will be back on our TV screens again tomorrow night in their latest bid for stardom as they compete on ITV flagship talent show, The Voice UK.

The identical twins from Oldham managed to secure a place on Sir Tom Jones’s team after last Saturday's successful Blind Audition, and are now heading to the next stage of the thrilling battles which will be aired tomorrow night. 

The 27-year-olds from Chadderton desribe their style as modern soul/pop and R'n'B, and their influences range from Luther Vandross and John Legend, to Sam Smith and Adele.

Unsurprisingly, it's been a hectic week for the brothers.

Jahz told us: "The first few days were overwhelming with the amount of messages of support we have received.

"We’ve really enjoyed the process so far, all of the team at the voice are genuinely amazing which has made it even more enjoyable and it’s been an incredible experience being coached by Sir Tom Jones ahead of our battle tomorrow.

"We have been busy this week continuing to work on our own music.

"The standard of singers is very high so we’re really excited for the battles to begin."

The twins live together, but Darius says they get along like a house on fire.

He said: "Jahz is the boss. He's always driven, he's always motivated. 

"We get along really well, even for twins"

You can follow the boys on Instagram @2chemusic

The Voice UK is on ITV tomorrow night (Saturday) from 8:35pm. 


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