Jessie J won’t quit The Voice

By | Published on Tuesday 28 August 2012

Jessie J

The nation’s favourite anti-materialist popstar Jessie J has said that she’ll stay loyal to ‘The Voice’ when it returns to British TV screens, and will be back on her electric swivel chair when a second series eventually airs.

It had been rumoured that the ‘Domino’ hitmaker – considering the programme’s disappointing viewing figures and her own solo commitments (and the comments she made on the cancellation of ‘The Voice’ official arena tour back in June) – might not want back in. Or might not be invited back by the BBC. But no, she’s “B B B BACK” alright? With a v v v vengeance.

J confirmed she’d reprise her role as ‘Voice’ ‘coach’ via Twitter, writing in a specially extended message: “I WILL be a coach on the second series of ‘The Voice’ UK! I’m B B B BACK! As I have always said. Unless you hear it from me, don’t always believe what you read! Can’t wait!”

J is so far the only ‘coach’ guaranteed to be on the ‘panel’ (ie row of four people in swivel chairs) of a second series of ‘The Voice’ in the UK. Tom Jones has expressed interest but is yet to make things official, while Danny O’Donohue and, well… maybe they’re just waiting to see who else commits first, just like on the show.