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The Voice UK judge Anne Marie shares a glimpse of new tattoo courtesy of Sir Tom Jones
The Voice UK star Anne Marie has had a tattoo etched on her body in Sir Tom Jones' handwriting - and she says the inking is a symbol of her fondness for her fellow judge.The talent show star has a grand total of 28 tattoos and they represent the people who have "taught her" during her life.The words "We'll be okay" are written across her hand, courtesy of veteran performer Tom Jones.Anne Marie shared the anecdote about how her tattoo came to exist to a TV audience of millions, holding up her hand and declaring: "All my tattoos are written by friends – and I got Tom's!"She displayed the message of positivity, written in the legendary singer's handwriting, with pride.Her admission about her co-judge comes after the emotional star was reduced to tears by Tom during the show and was forced to flee.The track that inspired such an intense reaction was I Won't Crumble With You If You Fall, from his album Surrounded By Time.It was delivered on the show alongside a poignant tribute to Tom's ex-wife Melinda, who'd died of lung cancer just six years earlier.The Mama Told Me Not To Come crooner explained that she'd pleaded with him to stay strong in the final stages of her illness - and he'd promised he would."My wife was dying of lung cancer, so I said, you know, I was always able to fix stuff, to do things - if she needed me I was always there," he told the audience."She said: 'Don't crumble with me, don't fall now, you've done everything you can, you must carry on and do what you do."Tom added that when he'd first heard the song, it had seemed as though "it was written for this situation".Anne Marie became so emotional when she heard the explanation of what the track meant to him that she fled in tears, albeit
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The Voice judge in a rare admission on dating life 'That's what I want to do!'
The Voice since it started in the UK in 2012.The Black Eyed Peas frontman has always kept his dating life under wraps, with the singer making a rare admission about it in an unearthed has never married and is currently single, with his last known relationship dating back to 2014 with glamour model, Casey Batchelor.Speaking about his love life, Will once said: "I don’t have time for girlfriends, and that’s why I just keep busy."I keep going because that’s what I want to do," he told The Mirror.Will hasn't stopped since he was 17 when he bagged his first record deal, and is the founder of the one of the biggest hip hop groups of all time, The Black Eyed Peas.He’s also released tracks as a solo artist and collaborated with the likes of Britney Spears, Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus.Will’s successful solo career has earned him a collaborative 10 UK number ones and a whopping 26 top 10 singles.Meanwhile, he’s also launched the career of many other artists, especially on The Voice UK.Will judges on the show alongside Olly Murs, Sir Tom Jones and Anne Marie, while Emma Willis presents.The current series of The Voice has scrapped a major feature of the show, in favour of a brand new format.The battle phase of the competition has been discarded with the show now introducing the callbacks.The new format will see contestants who've made it through the Blind Auditions sing the same song with the hopes of standing out and making it through to the next round.In other news, Will has shown his support to friend Britney since she was famously freed from her 13 year conservatorship.He told iNews: "I’m so happy for Britney on multiple levels.She fought and fought to have control of her life."And she’s married and happy –
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'You can't fall with me' Tom Jones recalls wife's final words as feared end of career
Sir Tom Jones has opened up about his wife Linda's inspiring final words to him that has kept him singing.The 82-year-old recalled how beforeher death aged 75, she urged him to carry on performing during an emotional exchange between them as she laid in hospital.In an interview on BBC Radio 2 in 2020, Tom was asked what attracted him to his wife when they first met.The Voice UK star said: "The whole package, she looked fantastic."He went on to explain that the pair bonded over their love of dance and she went on to teach him how to Jive.After meeting at just aged 12, they went on to marry four years later.In 2016, Tom received the heartbreaking call that she had terminal cancer.He recalled how he immediately rushed to her bedside in Los Angeles with their only son Mark."Mark and myself, our son, we spent the last 10 days with her at the hospital," he spilled."She said, 'What do you think you'll do now?' And I said, 'I don't know, I don't know whether I'll be able to b****y sing'."Tom added he went on to tell Linda that the words to his songs could potentially get "stuck" in his throat.Refusing to let him quit, she told him: "You've got to! You can't fall with me, I've got to leave but you don't have to, so don't crumble."It was Linda's words that inspired Tom to sing his hit I Won't Crumble If You Fall.The singer belted out the emotional track on The Voice earlier this month, which left viewers in tears.He explained: "When I heard the song, I thought that's it, I'll do anything for you."She said, 'You can't fall with me,' so that's really for her."Tom went on to say that during his early days of grief, he didn't think he could sing ever again.After a meeting with his therapist, he was advised to sing his "hardest" songs
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Re-watch Paul McCartney, Elton John, Robbie Williams and more play at the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Concert
Paul McCartney, Elton John and Robbie Williams, has started to recirculate following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.The UK’s longest-reigning monarch passed away yesterday (September 8) at her Balmoral estate in Scotland, aged 96.As tributes continue to be paid to the Queen, footage of memorable moments from across her reign are being broadcast on TV networks and online.Footage of the star-studded Diamond Jubilee Concert, which took place outside Buckingham Palace in central London on June 4, 2012 to mark the Queen’s 60th year on the throne, is one such moment being remembered.Organised by Take That‘s Gary Barlow, the concert featured performances from the likes of John, Williams, Grace Jones, Ed Sheeran, Kylie Minogue, Tom Jones, Stevie Wonder and Madness.McCartney closed the show with a short set that included ‘Magical Mystery Tour’, ‘All My Loving’, ‘Let It Be’, ‘Live and Let Die’ and ‘Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da’.You can see official BBC footage of the concert-ending firework display below.McCartney was among a host of famous names to pay tribute to the Queen following the news of her death yesterday, writing: “God bless Queen Elizabeth II[.] May she rest in peace[.] Long live The King.”Elton John, meanwhile, spoke about the monarch during his show in Toronto, Canada last night.“She was an inspiring presence to be around — I’ve been around her and she was fantastic,” John told the crowd.
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Tom Jones details losing 'reassuring presence' as he shares heartache over Queen
A post shared by Sir Tom Jones (@realsirtomjones)"My deepest sympathies to the Royal Family and gratefully I said, long live the King," he ended his post.Following Sir Tom's message, his followers flocked to leave their own tributes to the royal.Instagram user amaliarosaria wrote: "R.I.P. Queen Elizabeth II."Alesha.good.75 added: "Well said Sir Tom."Tom met the royal at a charity function in London in 1970.A black and white snap shows the Queen beaming as she greets the Welsh singer with a handshake as he softly bowed his head.The pair met again while on stage at the Diamond Jubilee concert at Buckingham Palace in 2012.Tom and Elizabeth were all smiles as they engaged in friendly conversation at the celebratory event.The nation's longest-reigning monarch Queen Elizabeth II passed away aged 96 at her private royal residence in the Scottish Highlands, one of her favourite places, surrounded by close family who rushed to be at her side.Charles has become King Charles III having acceded to the throne immediately on the death of his mother.In a statement at 6.30pm, the Palace said: "The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon.The King and the Queen Consort will remain at Balmoral this evening and will return to London tomorrow."The UK will enter a period of national mourning for the Queen, who dedicated her life to royal duty and for most Britons is the only monarch they have ever known.In a statement, Charles said: "The death of my beloved mother, Her Majesty the Queen, is a moment of the greatest sadness for me and all members of my family."We mourn profoundly the passing of a cherished sovereign and a much-loved mother.
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Richard Madeley's concerns to GMB co-star as daughter Chloe undergoes emergency procedure
Piers Morgan gloats he's 'right' about Meghan amid Susanna Reid swipe"I was really scared - scared this thing was happening to my body that I had no control over."As Chloe went through the difficult labour, her father Richard Madeley was presenting live on Good Morning Britain alongside Charlotte Hawkins.He told OK! Magazine how he turned to his co-star and expressed mild concerns as he received updates in their family WhatsApp group chat.The presenter said he first learned about the news during a commercial break but refrained from telling viewers as it was too soon.He spilled: "I was telling my co-presenter Charlotte Hawkins, privately, ‘it’s all kicking off, she’s being induced, oh my god she’s having an emergency c-section’ - but obviously I didn’t say anything on air.”Richard went on to say that while he was apprehensive about what was going on, he didn't worry too much as his wife Judy had delivered her children via C-Section before.The couple are parents to Chloe and her brother Jack, while Judy also has twins Dan and Tom with her first husband David.Richard's granddaughter was safely brought into the world as Good Morning Britain was coming to an end.Tom Jones' romance with 'starstruck' singer unveiled before her death [INTERVIEW]Victoria Beckham snubs Nicola Peltz as she gushes over son's cover [REVEALED]Bruce Willis, 67, looks frail in latest outing amid aphasia battle [HEALTH]"There she was. Everyone gathered around and applauded, the whole crew.
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BBC's George Alagiah in 'extreme pain' as 'tumour site' found amid agonising cancer battle
BBC anchor added that there was a period where four straight hours of sleep felt like a luxury to him last year.“Sleep deprivation was an issue, but I don’t want people to think I am feeling sorry for myself," he added.George was first diagnosed with stage four bowel cancer in April 2014.'Terrible when you get caught out!' Karren Brady mocks Meghan MarkleAside from a 15-week break, where it was believed the cancer had gone, he has been on chemotherapy almost ever since.The BBC star added he had lost count of the number of rounds of treatment he has had, noting it was over 100.At present, George has low doses for around three-quarters of the year and then higher doses.The treatment, he states, causes "discomfort all the way from my mouth to my bum" after three days of chemo.He went on to say there was "uncertainty" about whether or not this will change.George took a break from his presenting duties in October 2021 and returned back in April.He says that although the job leaves him "absolutely knackered", he feels mentally "rejuvenated"."I've been with people who treat me as they always did, who don't patronise me, and it is a tremendous fillip," he added.Kevin Costner' heartbreak amid $80m divorce after 16 years of marriage [LATEST]Tom Jones' romance with 'starstruck' singer unveiled before her death [REVEALED]Sue Barker asked Cliff Richard to stop ‘harping on’ about her [INTERVIEW]The journalist's main worry is leaving behind his wife of 38 years Frances Robathan and their two children Adam, 34, and Matthew, 30.He revealed how his wish is to hold hands with his spouse until his final day."I'm not too scared for myself," he revealed."But, I'm here on the third floor of our house, and I am looking out of the window at
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The Voice's Anne-Marie in tears over Tom Jones' emotional tribute to late wife
The Voice star Anne-Marie has revealed an "emotional" Tom Jones moment left her in tears while filming the latest series.The Ciao Adios singer, 31, will return for a second run as a coach on the ITV singing competition after winning last year's show with her act Craig Eddie.Speaking to Daily Star and other outlets, she opened up about one song tribute which made her "walk off" set.READ MORE:The Voice series one stars now - fat-shaming row, singing at holiday camp and royal linkReturning alongside Olly Murs, and Tom Jones, the songstress said Tom's rendition of his song Crumble in honour of his late wife "f****d her up".Tom, 82, tragically lost his wife Melinda Trenchard at the age of 75 to lung cancer in April 2016.Melinda was Tom's childhood sweetheart and the pair married in 1957.Of the emotional moment, Anne-Marie said: "Tom sang one of his songs [for his wife] called Crumble and I had to walk off. "Not because it was bad because it was so emotional, this is a testament to him and why he's been able to stay around so long because he feels it."Every word he says and every song he releases is because he means it and he was singing that song and he said this is to my wife and it f*****d me up."Olly added: "When you see someone who loves his wife so much you could see the pain."The Voice UK will return to screens this month.Following a major format change, the series will scrap the live shows in favour of pre-recorded episodes.With the entire series having already been filmed by mid-February, the move was thought to have been a "cheaper" option to the previous live finals format.A source previously told Daily Star: "Live shows are very expensive to do.