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14 June 2013, 14:48
The 'Hall Of Fame' singer and Jessie J say contestants need much more than just a good voice.
The Script's Danny O'Donoghue has admitted that a good singing voice is not the only talent needed to make it in the music industry.
The 'Hall Of Fame' singer, who currently stars on the second series of The Voice UK, says singing is just " the tip of the iceberg", and says performers need a lot more to be the complete package.
There are some amazing singers on the show, but although they have great skill, that's the tip of the iceberg," Danny revealed to The Sun this week. "It's about how well-rounded they are.
"We only get to sing for about five per cent of our careers," they explained. "The rest of it is how you conduct yourself, your plans.
Check out a picture of Danny O'Donoghue earlier this year below:
Jessie J also opened up about what it means to be a pop star and said she has advised her contestants on the show that they need to go out there and prove themselves once the series finishes.
"I've told my team once this show's over they have to find promotion for themselves,' she explained. "Singing covers on a TV show is very different to the industry, I had seven years before I made it."
'If You Could See Me Now' singer Danny returned for a second series of The Voice Uk this year alongside fellow panelists Sir Tom Jones, will.i.am and Jessie J.