SHE has done it!

Hannah Williams, Winchester's spectacular singer on The Voice UK, has made it through to the semi finals.

Tonight's episode saw the 38-year-old progress from the battle rounds after beating Sami Nathan.

Both of the performers were on Sir Tom Jones' team – but the Welsh legend could only take one of them to the next stage.

Before picking Hannah, he said: "The problem is I put two strong people together which has made it more difficult for me. They both did a wonderful job."

Her rendition of Cry Me a River, originally by Julie London, left the judges in awe.

The semi-finals are expected to be on screens across the country in three weeks time.

About Hannah:

Hannah studied music theatre at the city uni between 2003 and 2006. She was also director of foundation music (now the University of Winchester Music Centre) after she graduated until a couple of years ago. She is still at the centre as a vocal consultant and teacher.

The soul singer also fronts Hannah Williams and the Affirmations – a Bristol-based band.

In 2017, her vocals were sampled on Jay-Z's title track 4.44.

Jay-Z is one of the best-selling musicians of all time, selling more than 100 million records and receiving 21 Grammy Awards for his music. He is also married to the Queen of pop, Beyonce.

He stumbled on the vocals by surprise and then called Hannah about sampling her track Late Nights and Heartbreak.