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Tom Jones, 83, appears in good spirits as he addresses health concerns

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Sir Tom Jones, 83, thrilled his fans as he was seen at Perth Airport to continue the next leg of his tour Down Under.The Welsh singer was dressed casually in a black and white flannel shirt, which was worn over a black T-shirt and paired with black trousers.

He tried to keep a low-profile with black trainers and a cap. As Sir Tom left his car and made his way inside the airport, he flashed a smile at waiting cameras, proving to fans he is still fighting fit.The singer had sparked concern late last year when The Voice viewers urged him to get a mark on his face "checked out".

And the Delilah star shared a positive update with fans on social media as she shared a snap of himself backstage. Wearing a blue shirt and smart trousers, Sir Tom smiled in a photo from his dressing room.

He captioned it: "We are having a ball on tour so far and you have been bringing the party to our shows! So I would love if you could send in pictures of yourselves at the concerts having fun and I will share them on socials.

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