The Voice final marred by stage invasion and Sir Tom Jones swearing

Posted April 03, 2017

Jamie won't go on to take the lucrative record deal with Polydor Records, but after he has made it to the finale there will no doubt be something in the pipeline for him.

As he coolly approached runner up Jamie, Emma stepped forward and wrapped her arms around him, while security men dashed across the stage to pull the intruder away.

It's not known what was written on the piece of paper, but putting two and two together, it certainly could have been someone particularly outraged by the decision.

It also means that either Jennifer Hudson, or Tom Jones will be this year's winning coach.

The hotel worker, 21, looked stunned as host Emma Willis announced his name.

And the talented singer remained the favourite right until the end.

Into the Ark performed Not a One by The Young Wild and Mo sang Unsteady by X Ambassadors.

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And will confirmed he's "in talks", while Jennifer added: "I've already said I will come back. They're waiting for us to clear every hurdle".

Welsh duo Into The Ark performed a rendition of Alicia Keys" "No One" before being joined by mentor Tom Jones for their take on "Hold On, I'm Comin' by Sam & Dave. I don't see why I wouldn't.

He told the Daily Star on Sunday: We're talking about it now.

And Gavin admits that is he doesn't get invited back in his spinning chair, he'll feel it's because he's done something "wrong". But I've had a great time doing it - it's been incredible for me.

Fellow mentor Gavin Rossdale shared the sentiment describing Mo as "the voice of a generation".

"I don't believe it 100 per cent because there's so many people that I know watching it".