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The singer will join willi.i.am and Tom Jones on The Voice next year

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The Voice judge Will.i.am praises X Factor mogul Simon Cowell

Chart star Will.i.am has praised talent show rival Simon Cowell for giving a generation of new stars a platform for their skills.

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Jessie J quits The Voice to promote new record

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Partially blind winner of The Voice Andrea Begley calls for better gig deal for disabled and vows to prove Will.i.am wrong

Andrea Begley, the partially-sighted winner of The Voice talent search, has called for better treatment of disabled fans at gigs and insisted that she will use her victory to launch a successful music career.

Will.i.am, left, is suing Pharrell Williams

I.am suing you – Pharrell Williams feels the wrath of Will.i.am in row over copyright of the phrase 'I Am'

Will.i.am, one of the judges on BBC talent show The Voice, is suing fellow US pop music star Pharrell Williams over his use of the phrase “I am” .

Andrea Begley, centre, reacts to her victory in ‘The Voice’, with fellow finalists Leah McFall, right, and Mike Ward, left

The Voice 2013: Partially sighted singer Andrea Begley's victory 'unexplainable', says Will.i.am

A partially-sighted singer, crowned the surprise winner of the Voice UK talent show, faces a challenge to convince the music industry that she can become a global star after Will.i.am described her victory as “unexplainable”.

Leah McFall is the bookies' favourite to win The Voice 2013

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Leah McFall is the bookies’ favourite to win BBC talent contest The Voice ahead of the final this weekend.

Matt Henry on The Voice

The Voice hopeful Matt Henry lands second chance

Singing hopeful Matt Henry landed a place in the live quarter-finals of The Voice, just days after viewers saw him a whisker away from crashing out. 

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The Voice hopefuls reach the 'battle round'

Sparks fly as The Voice reaches the "battle round" stage as two of the acts struggle with a clash of personalities.

Coaches Danny O'Donoghue, Sir Tom Jones, Jessie J and will.i.am at the launch of latest series for the BBC talent show, The Voice, at the Soho Hotel in London.

The Voice loses out to Ant and Dec in Saturday night ratings war

Singing show The Voice lost out in the Saturday night ratings war when it returned for a second series at the weekend.

Coaches Danny O'Donoghue, Sir Tom Jones, Jessie J and will.i.am at the launch of latest series for the BBC talent show, The Voice, at the Soho Hotel in London.

Sir Tom Jones: The Voice producers fed judges comments in case we got tongue-tied

Sir Tom Jones has admitted that producers fed The Voice coaches comments in the first series of the TV show - in case they were lost for words.

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