Best known for: Being a Welsh singing sensation, Voice veteran and national treasure
Bio: You’d be hard pressed to find someone who hadn’t at least heard of Welsh music mega star Sir Tom Jones. What they may not know is that his original name was Thomas John Woodward and he was born in Pontypridd in Wales.
Sir Tom’s career in the music industry spans no less than six decades, during which he’s released numerous hit songs including It’s Not Unusual, Delilah, What’s New Pussycat?, Green Green Grass of Home, Kiss, She’s A Lady and Sex Bomb.
He’s sold millions upon millions of records, performed in Las Vegas numerous times, and in 2006 was knighted by the Queen for services to music.
He was also known for his intense dance moves…
Sir Tom was one of the original coaches on the first series of The Voice UK and remained in his spinning red seat for four years, winning the show with Leanne Mitchell in 2012.
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