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Sir Tom Jones admits The Voice coaches were fed lines

Sir Tom Jones has revealed that he and his Voice UK colleagues were given pre-prepared lines during the show's first series.

The veteran was one of four coaches on the reality programme and it was new territory for the crooner.

Speaking to the Radio Times, Jones admitted that the quartet were given lines that they could use if they needed help.

He said that he used some of them - but he felt awkward doing so. Jones said: "I feel like I know what I am doing this time and it feels more natural."

He continued: "Last year we were given suggested lines just in case we got stuck, which I tried to work in on a few occasions. But even when I tried to say them naturally I knew that they weren't me and felt self-conscious. I have learnt now that I don't have to do that, I can just say what I feel."

The second series of The Voice is due to start on March 30.





Watch a promo clip for The Voice series two below: