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Friday 6 March 2015

Kylie spinning around on The Voice

Ricky Wilson of the Kaiser Chiefs, Sir Tom Jones, Kylie Minogue and Will.I.Am on the first day of filming series 3 of The Voice
Ricky Wilson of the Kaiser Chiefs, Sir Tom Jones, Kylie Minogue and Will.I.Am on the first day of filming series 3 of The Voice

Kylie Minogue gets used to a new era of Spinning Around - as she settles into her revolving seat beside the other coaches on The Voice.

The Aussie singer has been pictured for the first time along with fellow newcomer Ricky Wilson plus regulars Will.i.am and Sir Tom Jones as they prepare for the next series of the show.

Kylie was a surprise addition to the show line-up last month when she and Kaiser Chiefs frontman Wilson were announced as replacements for Jessie J and Danny O'Donoghue.

The contest - in which the coaches listen to blind auditions and spin their chairs if they like what they hear - returns for a third series in January on BBC1.

Kylie's sister Dannii has previously been a judge on ITV's rival singing competition The X Factor, but her fellow panellist Sharon Osbourne has told in a new autobiography how working with her made her stomach knot.

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