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Emma Willis forced to apologise for Tom Jones 'swearing' during Voice live final

But what did he say?

Host of The Voice Emma Willis was forced to apologise on last night's finale of The Voice after suspecting that coach Tom Jones had let slip a swear word.

The show had reached a climactic moment as Emma prepared to announce which two contestants were still in the competition.

Emma appeared to hear Tom swear (Credit ITV)

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The first of the four finalists to be sent through to the last sing-off was Tom's contestant Deana Walmsley.

Emma went on to confirm who would be joining Deana and which two would be leaving the contest.

She announced that Olly Murs' contestand Molly Hocking would be singing against Deana, and as the two celebrated together, she went on to make an apology.

Deana and Molly celebrated after getting through to the final round (Credit: ITV)

"Tom and Olly looking very excited," she said. "There is a possibility that something might have slipped out of Tom's mouth that didn't mean to, and if it did we are very, very sorry."

Something might have slipped out of Tom's mouth.

Tom looked baffled by the apology, saying "what?" while fellow coach Olly burst into laughter beside him.

Tom seemed baffled by the apology (Credit: ITV)

Viewers appeared as confused as Tom, taking to twitter to question what had been said.

But some claimed to have heard the same thing Emma did, insisting that the musical icon had said "Thank [bleep]" on hearing his contestant had made it through.

Whether or not Tom did drop an f-bomb several fans immediately jumped on the confusion, joking about what he might have said.

But the alleged tongue slip was small fry compared to the regular drama of a Voice finale, as Deana and Molly still had to sing for the win.

The two went up against each other, with Molly coming out the ultimate victor.

Molly went on to win the competition (Credit: ITV)

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She had an emotional response to her win, claiming she was shocked.

"All I can say is thank you and from the bottom of my heart I am so, so shocked. I just love you all," she said.

She went on to thank her mentor, Olly, claiming he was an "inspiration."

"I am so so glad that you stuck with me through this and you are my inspiration now. You are my inspiration."

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