Your last chance to vote in NME's Greatest Singers poll

Michael Jackson still ahead of Freddie Mercury in the online vote

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Michael Jackson is still leading Freddie Mercury in NME's poll to crown the Greatest Singer Of All Time, with just two days to go before voting closes.

Jackson is currently in first place in our user-voted poll, scoring an average rating of 8.93, with the late Queen frontman not far behind on 8.43. Elvis Presley is presently in third spot with 7.16.

You can take part in the poll by clicking here. Voters rate each performer with a mark out of ten to determine the winner. NME has already received over four million votes, with the poll set to close on Monday (June 20).

Others who are in the running for high finishes include Guns N'Roses frontman Axl Rose, The Beatles's Paul McCartney and John Lennon, Led Zeppelin's Robert Plant and David Bowie.

Muse mainman Matt Bellamy remains the only singer within the top 20 to have emerged in the past 25 years.

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