The Voice UK 2017: Mo Adeniran and Max Vickers reveal they almost auditioned as a DUO 


Speaking to Express.co.uk and other press, Max who is currently on Gavin Rossdale’s team revealed that he almost formed a duet with the current favourite Mo. 

He said: “We were going to audition as a duo because we lived together but that wasn’t ready yet.

“So obviously we did it as soloists and now we’re here,” the 24-year-old explained. 

Max has not ruled out the possibility of a future collaboration however, saying: “I wouldn’t ever say we’d be a duo, but at some points in our careers – if we have careers – we will definitely do songs together and work together. 

“I think that’s always going to happen,” he added. 

Although initially appearing on the show together, the pair auditioned separately. 

Mo stunned audiences with a performance of Paolo Nutini’s Iron Sky, ensuring that all four coaches turned around. 

His best friend Max followed, this time with a rockier song, as he performed Paul Simon’s You Can Call Me Al, winning the attention of Gavin and Tom. 

Ahead of tomorrow’s quarter finals the pair are far from competitive with each other, instead they are grateful of having each other’s support. 

Mo noted: “To be honest it makes it a lot easier because we’ve gone through it at the same time. 

“We listen to each other and give each other advice. 

“It makes you feel at home because obviously we’ve moved down here and we’re still living together in the apartment, so it literally feels like we’re at home and we’ve got to go and do a quick gig and then come home. 

“It’s a really nice environment that makes me really relaxed,” the 21-year-old explained. 

Currently sitting tight on Jennifer Hudson’s team, Mo has become the favourite to win the competition. 

But speaking to press, Mo was coy about his chances, even saying who he would vote for. 

He revealed: “I’ve seen that I’m the favourite written down, but it’s really unpredictable because I see everyone day in and day out and I know how good everyone is.

“If I was sat at home I wouldn’t know who to vote for. I know Max is my friend so I would vote for max, but I couldn’t call it either way. 

“Everyone is unique and there’s a reason everyone is still in the competition. 

Max also opened up about what it’s like to be on Team Gavin alongside his fellow teammates. 

The Voice UK quarter finals will air tomorrow at 8:30pm on ITV



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