Singing stars get ready to battle it out

Hannah and Naomi Moxon with Emmanuel Nwamadi
Hannah and Naomi Moxon with Emmanuel Nwamadi
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Peterborough’s singing sensations will look to avoid the chop in the next stage of TV talent show The Voice.

Twins Hannah and Naomi Moxon, from Longthorpe, and Vanessa Hunt, from Wisbech, will try to impress the four famous judges when their latest performance is shown.

Both will be on TV screens for a second time at 7.30pm, Saturday, March 7, when the show airs on BBC One.

Having survived the audition stage, next up is the ‘battle round’ to see who will be kept on the show.

Nineteen-year-old musical teachers Hannah and Naomi, who are known as Classical Reflection, are being mentored by Kaiser Chiefs frontman Ricky Wilson.

However, even if Ricky’s help is not enough to keep them in the competition, the twins are already working on other exciting ventures.

Hannah said: “We’re so excited. It’s been a long wait as the performance was recorded a while ago.

“It happened so fast we cannot remember how we sang so it will be interesting to see how we performed.

“I’m really glad that we went on The Voice and we might be going on another TV show, something that we already watch and love.

“And we are also in touch with record labels.”

Vanessa Hunt (right) with Liss Jones

Vanessa Hunt (right) with Liss Jones

Hannah also revealed that her and Naomi had started to be recognised out in town.

Describing her time being mentored by Ricky she added: “He is really lovely. He makes all his acts feel really special.

“He also gave us all a few good luck presents like a notebook and also a personalised message.”

Naomi added: “He’s so down to earth and he does not make you feel nervous to be around him.”

It happened so fast we cannot remember how we sang so it will be interesting to see how we performed.

Hannah Moxon

On Classical Reflection’s performance she said: “It’s a bit scary seeing it back but it’s been a really good experience.”

The battle round sees two of the judges’ acts going up against each other with one going through to the next stage.

Hannah and Naomi are up against Emmanuel Nwamadi while Vanessa (27) who is mentored by Rita Ora, is up against Liss Jones.

Vanessa said: “It was very immense. It’s difficult to sum it up. It’s surreal.

“Working with Rita was great, she’s really funny and it’s nice to work with another female.

“It’s been a great experience.”

The other two judges who sit on the panel are Tom Jones and