The clip, shot to promote the 'Sex Bomb' singer's new album Spirit in the Room, sees Brydon make bumbling attempts to connect with one of Jones's dead celebrity friends.
The pair try to contact the likes of Jim Morrison, Sammy Davis, Frank Sinatra and Roy Orbison in the session, with Jones preparing to reel off a story about each one, much to Brydon's discomfort.
At one point, Jones suggests that the 'spirit in the room' is his fellow Voice UK coach Jessie J, but Brydon reminds him that "she's still alive".
They finally deduce that the ghost is Elvis Presley, who Jones has mentioned repeatedly on the BBC contest.
The video ends with Brydon informing the legendary artist that Presley has told him to "stop the [Voice] name dropping and take something for that cough".
Speaking about his music career recently, Jones claimed that he will continue to perform until his age gets the better of him.
"I love what I do, the only thing that will stop me is age," he said. "That's the thing that I'm aware of. I'm 71 now, will I live to 81? 91? Do I have 10 years? 20 years?
"I won't live another 30 years, it will stop me doing what I love to do."
Spirit in the Room, Jones's 40th studio album, was released yesterday (May 21). Its first single is a cover of Leonard Cohen's 'Tower of Song'.
Jones is currently mentoring his final two Voice contestants Ruth Brown and Leanne Mitchell ahead of this weekend's semi-final.