The Voice coach Jessie J sent crashing to ground by singer Becky Hill

07:50 18 May 2012

Jessie J being rugby tackled by Becky Hill as part of their rehearsal session for The Voice

Jessie J being rugby tackled by Becky Hill as part of their rehearsal session for The Voice

Viewers of The Voice on BBC1 this weekend will see coach Jessie J bowled over by one of her contestants – literally.

The pop star will be shown being sent crashing to the ground by teenager Becky Hill when she is on the receiving end of a rugby tackle.

The Do It Like A Dude singer was encouraging her hopeful with an empowering hug during rehearsals.

But Hill went in too hard and managed to knock her coach off her feet to land on her back.

The tackle was part of their rehearsal session and intended as a light-hearted bit of fun, but Becky proved too powerful, sending Jessie crashing to the ground.

“So sorry, I really am,” gushed Hill.

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