Hear'Say and Cleopatra stars also audition
Adam Tait

15:08 5th March 2013

Ahead of The Voice's return to UK TV it has been revealed that 90s popstar Kevana and Hear'Say's Danny Foster were among the singers to audition.

The two took part in the Blind Auditions, along with Cleo Higgins of 90s pop girl group Cleopatra.

Kavana, who became known with 90s hits like 'I Can Make You Feel Good', tweeted about taking part in the show.

"Few things, I need to get off my chest...you'll see me on TV soon. On The Voice, BBC One. I didn't get through, but I gave it a good go," he posted.

The singer said he was "gutted" to have failed to get through, but said he will "say more once the show airs."

Since his 90s success Anthony Kavana's been keeping busy appearing in muysical theatre and was runner up in Simon Cowell's talent show Grease Is The Word.

He tweeted earlier today that he's landed the lead in The Sword And The Dope at the Courtyard theatre.

Since Hear'Say Danny Foster has been in several reality TV shows - The Games and Trust Me - I'm a Beauty Therapist - and has performed with The Big Soul Corporation.

All of the first series judges are expected to return

Cleo Higgins pursued a solo career after the music and TV success of Cleopatra.

How Danny and Cleo got on on The Voice hasn't been revealed yet.

All the judges from the first series of The Voice UK are expected to return, with Jessie J, Tom Jones, Danny O'Donoghue and Will.i.am all returning to their swivelling chairs.

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