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Jesse J, Will.i.am, Tom Jones and Danny O'Donoghue to return as 'The Voice' judges

All four coaches from The Voice are to be reunited when the series returns to BBC1 next year.

The News Matrix: Monday 12 November 2012

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Take That frontman Gary Barlow has signed up to play what could be the smallest gig of his career - in DJ Chris Evans' pub.

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