Tom Jones: The Voice judge opens up on tearful display after sharing ...

TOM JONES has addressed his tearful display on The Voice after his long-time friend Stevie Wonder appeared to wish him a happy 80th birthday.

PUBLISHED: 20:24, Sun, Jan 3, 2021 | UPDATED: 20:35, Sun, Jan 3, 2021

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The Voice: Tom Jones surprised by Stevie Wonder message

Sir Tom Jones, 80, revealed he longed to perform with his friend Stevie Wonder, 70, once more, after the latter sent him a heartfelt message to mark his 80th birthday on The Voice yesterday. The Sex Bomb hitmaker was seen welling up on the talent show as Stevie declared his love for their enduring friendship and played Isn’t She Lovely on his harmonica.


On Twitter, Tom wrote: “Thank you my dear friend @StevieWonder that meant a lot to me. 

“Here’s to performing with you again soon!”

The Welsh legend later dug up an old clip of them performing It’s Not Unusual from his old TV show This Is Tom Jones that aired on screens until 1971.

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Tom continued: “I've dug out my performance with the legendary @StevieWonder and wanted to share! 

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“This is one of my favourite duets from my TV show #ThisIsTomJones. Great memories, I hope you enjoy!”

Underneath fans gushed over the duo and said they could not wait to see them perform together once more in the future.

One said: “Amazingly fabulous. Thank you for sharing treasured & precious memories of a wonderful duet & beautiful, everlasting friendship. Hopefully, we will be blessed to see you both share the stage again ... once we are all on the other side & free from the chains of Covid. Stay safe x.”

Another replied: “Truly

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