Bradford singer Georgia Harrup is hoping to make it through the knock-out round in BBC’s The Voice this evening.

Georgia, who grew up in the city and who works as a customer care adviser for Provident Financial in Bradford, will sing Bob Marley’s ‘Three Little Birds’.

It is a favourite she shares with her fiance Craig Williams, who is busy planning the couple’s nuptials in nine weeks while she battles it out in the competition as part of Team Tom – with her mentor Sir Tom Jones (above).

Speaking ahead of her performance, Georgia, who is understood to be a distant cousin of the singing sensation Adele, says: “I can’t wait and I’m really looking forward to it.”

Georgia, who now lives in Huddersfield, started singing when she was four.

“I just love music and my dad was always playing music so I grew up around it.”

Her idols are the late Ray Charles, Whitney Houston and Aretha Franklin.

You can watch Georgia on The Voice from 7.15pm.