The Voice viewers spot flaw as they claim singers can’t be heard over loud audience

The Voice fans were left unimpressed on Saturday as they claimed they were unable to hear the contestants singing.

While the whole point of the ITV show is for singers to showcase nothing but their voices, viewers fumed that the stars were completely drowned out by the loud audience, as they cheered from the sidelines.

As 16-year-old Bukky Oronti belted out her song, one fan wrote:" I honestly can’t tell who can sing because the audience is sooooo damn loud. #thevoice".

While another raged: "Good lord the audience is so loud I can barely hear the singers half the time".

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The Voice viewers spot flaw as they claim singers can't be heard over loud audience

The Voice judges were distracted by the audience
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The Voice viewers spot flaw as they claim singers can't be heard over loud audience

The Voice fans claimed judges wouldn’t be able to hear the contestants
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The Voice viewers spot flaw as they claim singers can't be heard over loud audience

Some claimed Bukky Oronti’s performance was drowned out by screaming
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This isn’t the first time fans have complained about this issue, as while watching the first episode of the series, another suggested the audience should be scrapped altogether.

"Because of the loud audience screaming, you really can’t hear their amazing voices. There should be no audience at The Voice at all!", they wrote.

During last week’s episode, the sound wasn’t the only frustration for viewers at home, as some also made "fix" claims after Sir Tom Jones turned around for the son of his old friend, Lonnie Donegan.

Impressed by contestant Peter, the Welsh legend pressed his button and invited him onto his team – but some fans thought there was a secret reason behind his decision.

The Welsh legend choked back tears when he realised who Peter’s famous father was – and admitted he hadn’t even realised he had a son that young.

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The Voice viewers spot flaw as they claim singers can't be heard over loud audience

Judges did not seem affected by the loud crowds
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The Voice viewers spot flaw as they claim singers can't be heard over loud audience

Some claimed the audience should be scrapped altogether
(Image: ITV)

The Voice viewers spot flaw as they claim singers can't be heard over loud audience

The Voice sparked fix claims last week
(Image: ITV)

Sir Tom managed to secure the services of Peter for his team as he progressed through the blind audition stage.

The pair then sang an impromptu duet Never Gonna Fall In Love Again, written by Lonnie and released by Sir Tom in 1967.

The touching moment was lost on some viewers, who voiced their displeasure at Peter’s connection to Sir Tom on social media.

Taking to Twitter, one viewer said: "This smells of a fix, the guy before was 10 times better than this guy. Then he didn’t write a song for Tom Jones".

"Your weekly @RealSirTomJones fix starts right now," added another.

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