Cheryl, 35, joined her fellow dance captains Oti Mabuse, 28, and Matthew Morrison, 40, for the last round of auditions before the live shows begin on the BBC tonight.
Whittling down the number of dancers to just three performers each, the dance captains decided which nine acts would be going through to the next round of the competition.
Whereas over on ITV, Sir Tom Jones, 78, and his fellow The Voice judges will.i.am, 43, Jennifer Hudson, 37, and Olly Murs, 34, continued to battle it out on who to poach for their teams.
However, the signing show is continuing to lead in the ratings with both shows going head-to-head in the hotly contended Saturday night time slot.
Recent viewing figures for last Saturday show an average of 3.3 million tuned in to watch the final round of auditions of The Greatest Dancer.
The peak audience was only slightly higher at four million, meaning it only managed to draw in 18.1 percent of the audience share for the time slot.
Beginning 30 minutes before The Voice, the BBC dance show did have the chance to get the upper hand but eventually, the ITV singing contest still beat The Greatest Dancer with 27 percent of the viewership for the time slot, making it the most watched programme of the evening.
Tuning in to watch the fourth round of blind auditions, five million viewers saw Olly and Jennifer clash over one particular singer.
Overnight figures revealed a peak audience of 5.5 million tuned in, figures which come from the combination of live viewership as well as those from +1 and their catch up service.
Whereas, the BBC overnight figures do not include viewership from their catch up