By KIRSTY MCCORMACK
Lack of confidence: Tone Warne revealed that she lost faith in herself due to suffering from alopecia but tonight The Voice changed that
Before The Voice launched, the BBC promised that it would be a show based entirely on talent - and they weren't lying.
The show's launch saw three of four coaches, Jessie J, Tom Jones and Danny O'Donoghue fight over a wannabe singer who suffers from alopecia.
Toni Warne, 34, revealed that she had lost confidence in herself as a performer when all of her hair fell out when she was 21, but tonight that changed.
The bank worker was overwhelmed when the foursome told her they were blown away with her performance.
Singing Leave Right Now, Toni took to the stage without her headscarf on, saying: 'I'm looking forward to walking on stage and being me.'
Feeling emotional: Jessie J was seen wiping away the tears as she listened to Toni's story
Price Tag singer, Jessie J, was the first coach to press her button, and later told Toni how impressed she was with her.
'Your tone is so old school that I feel like you could teach me something,' she said.
The Script frontman Danny, was the next coach to spin around in his chair and fought for Toni to be on his team.
But the young pair also had legendary singer Tom Jones to compete with as he too swung around and told her: 'You're what I call a real singer, you sung fantastic.'
'Being herself': The bank worker decided to perform without her headscarf on
It was clear to see that Toni hadn't been expecting such a response as she told the famous four: 'I'm overwhelmed.'
However, she is no stranger to performing on reality shows as 25 years ago she tried her luck on famous show Opportunity Knocks.
But on The Voice, when the difficult decision had to be made, she decided to pick Jessie, before running backstage and bursting into tears.