Viewers tuned in to watch Linda Lusardi's 20-year-old daughter wow the judges on The Voice last Saturday, but it seemed like she impressed one coach a little more than the rest of them.
After she chose him as a coach over Gavid Rossdale, Sir Tom pretended to be devastated when the part-time model revealed that she had a boyfriend.
"Oh your boyfriend," he said in mock anger, before he waved her off, quipping: "Nice to see you then!"
Lucy told express.co.uk: "To be honest, the whole thing was a bit of a blur when I was actually there, so I didn't actually know that that had happened!
The Voice judges were blown away by Lucy Kane's rendition of Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow
Tom Jones made an awkward comment about Lucy having a boyfriend
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"When I saw it on air it was really funny, we really laughed."
Lucy added that her boyfriend also thought 76-year-old's flirting was funny, saying: "[He] tweeted something like: 'How can I compete with the original sex bomb?'"
Although Sir Tom later laughed off his comment, telling the audience: "I didn't mean that about the boyfriend," before cheekily adding that he "might of said that 20 years ago, or maybe 30 years ago… Could have been 40 years ago!"
When asked if she might have dated the Welsh superstar in his younger years, Lucy teased: "Who knows, who knows. But I'm in a very happy relationship, so not now!"
Lucy is the daughter of Page Three favourite Linda Lusardi and a part-time model herself
Lucy's boyfriend Joe Ashman was backstage having come along to the audition to support her
Lucy met her actor boyfriend, Joe Ashman, while doing pantomime and his Twitter page features an adorable video of the pair singing together.
Although she banned her mum Linda from coming to her audition, Joe and her brother Jack went along to support her.
Lucy wowed the judges with her rendition of The Shirelles' Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow and also opened up about why she chose The Voice over its talent show competitors.
"I think The Voice is a kinder programme," she said, "and, with the chair turns, they have no idea who you are, they have no idea what you do… All they're basing it on is that 90 second and how you sing in that 90 seconds.
Lucy chose Tom over Gavin Rossdale when they both wanted her on their teams
Lucy's boyfriend took to Twitter to say he couldn't compete with the legendary Tom Jones
"I think that's lovely," Lucy continued. "None of the stories come into it, nothing like that even plays a part in whether you get through or not and I think that's the right way to do it for me."
Lucy is the daughter of former Page Three favourite Linda and ex-Brookside actor Sam Kane and said that she felt more comfortable without the judges knowing her showbiz parentage.
"I wouldn't want it to affect the decisions that were made so I think it's nice that it's been kept completely away from the coaches."
The Voice UK continues Saturday at 8pm on ITV.