Emma Willis 'really nervous' about hosting The Voice live again
- Bang Showbiz
- 16 March 2021
'The Voice' presenter Emma Willis is "really nervous" about hosting the programme live for the first time in two years on Saturday (20.03.21)
Emma Willis is "really nervous" about hosting 'The Voice' live for the first time in two years.
The 44-year-old TV presenter will introduce the final of the singing competition on Saturday (20.03.21), but due to the coronavirus pandemic restrictions the show hasn't gone live for a while and Emma is worried about making mistakes on air.
She said: "What I can’t believe is we’re live for the first time in two years.
"I'm really nervous.
"It only dawned on me when we were filming at the weekend and were like, 'Ooh, we're live next week.'
"I suddenly thought, 'Oh my goodness, I haven’t done live telly in such a long time. What if I’ve forgotten, what if I do it wrong?' "
It's a busy time for Emma, who hosted the latest series of 'The Celebrity Circle for Stand Up To Cancer', which finished last night (15.03.21) with Lady Leshurr crowned the most popular player.
And Emma has praised the stars – who also included Denise Van Outen and YouTuber Saffron Barker – for entertaining the nation while raising money for such a good cause.
She added: "They have done such an almighty job.
"They've been absolutely incredible to watch for the last six/ seven days. They've been great."
And she is to front the new series of the civilian version, 'The Circle', which starts tonight (16.03.21) on Channel 4 and was filmed back in September.
Speaking on 'Lorraine', Emma said: "I'm really pleased, because I obviously remember it, but there's so much I don't remember.
"So it's like I get a whole new show to watch again."
The programme sees people move into their own flat in The Circle's iconic apartment block, where they can only communicate with each other through a virtual platform called The Circle.
And the players can catifsh the others by pretending to be someone else.