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Stratford singer on BBC’s The Voice tonight

PUBLISHED: 16:00 05 March 2016

Chase Morton and J Sealy on The Voice (Picture: Wall To Wall/Guy Levy)

Chase Morton and J Sealy on The Voice (Picture: Wall To Wall/Guy Levy)

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Stratford singer J Sealy is hoping to prove that he has The Voice in tonight’s second round of the talent show.

The music producer, selected by Boy George in the blind audition round of the BBC programme, will feature on tonight’s battle round episode.

The 43-year-old will perform Johnny Nash’s I Can See Clearly Now alongside Chase Morton – with only one of the singers able to make it through.

J is looking forward to the musical duel and is keen to win.

He said: “The idea of battling someone makes me want to run towards it. I never back down.

“I’m not trying to be gangster but I have just been through so much in my life it’s made me strong and I’m more than ready.

“I won’t view my opponent as an obstacle, I see them as just part of the process, but all I’m focused on is victory.”

The Voice airs tonight at 7pm on BBC One, or you can catch up afterwards on BBC iPlayer.


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