Singing star Georgia Harrup helped the Giants fans warmed up their vocal chords for their first home match.
And she got a good reception from thousands of rugby fans as she showed the style that wowed singing legend Sir Tom Jones.
The Voice hopeful performed a moving rendition of Ray Charles’ Hallelujah, I Love Him So before the Giants’ opening home match against Hull KR at the John Smith’s Stadium.
She trotted out on to the pitch as both teams warmed up for the game, ignoring the wind and rain. She was followed by a film crew who were filming scenes for The Voice.
The 27-year-old then stuck around to sign programmes for fans and posed for pictures.
She later tweeted that she ‘loved every minute’ of her performance.
Georgia, from Lepton, is through to the ‘battle rounds’ of the BBC singing show, which start on Saturday.
The next stage of the competition sees the celebrity coaches pitching their artists against one another in knockout battle rounds.
The coaches will ditch one hopeful in each pairing until they are left with just six acts each.
This year there is an added “steal” twist, where coaches can add a seventh singer by stealing one of their rivals’ rejected artists.
Georgia was chosen by Wesh superstar Sir Tom Jones to join his team after impressing in the blind auditions stage of the hit contest.
Sir Tom spun his seat round to pick Georgia, a cousin of Adele, just seconds before her performance ended.
Sir Tom, who has performed with Ray Charles, said that she had done his track justice.
The final round of the auditions ended on Saturday evening.
It was a busy night for judges Will.i.am, Kylie Minogue, Ricky Wilson and Sir Tom who selected the last of the contestants to join their teams of 12.
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