Sport: "Your voice is enormous": Tom Jones enthuses from Helene Fischer

The Voice: The public back for the battle ... How is it possible? Production is explained!

 The Voice: The public back for the battle ... How is it possible? Production is explained! © Screenshot TF1 The Voice: The returning public for the battle ... How is it possible? Production is explained! This Saturday, March 27, 2021, from 21h05, TF1 broadcasts the first bats of the tenth season of The Voice. A new stage of the competition marked by the return of about fifty spectators. How is it possible ? The production explained itself on telephour! Let the Battle begin ... This Saturday, March 27, from 21h05, TF1 kicks the second stage of the tenth season of The Voice .

Tom Jones (80, "Delilah" ) Musicated with many of his artist colleagues. It is particularly pleased with Helene Fischer (36, "breathless through the night" ), which he met in 2016 as part of the "Helene Fischer Show". "Picture on Sunday" the Welsh now revealed , why the hit singer could also keep up internationally.

Tom Jones im Mai 2019 in Frankreich. © Andrea Raffin / Shutterstock.com Tom Jones in May 2019 in France.

"Your voice is enormous," the 80-year-old praised in conversation with the newspaper. Fisherman was in her TV broadcast, in which she had gave Jones' hit "sexbomb", "great". "She has that certain something, that certain sparks and the drive." The 36-year-old "heartbaces" interpretin is "a good example of what you need to bring as an artist". And, so Jones continued: "German virtues have never hurt."

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