Jessie J unsure of The Voice
Jessie J doesn't feel she's had a ''long-enough career'' to judge 'The Voice', but she has vowed to be as ''hardcore'' as possible
Jessie J doesn't feel she's had a "long-enough career" to judge 'The Voice'.
The 'Price Tag' hitmaker - who is believed to be joined on the BBC One talent show by Will Young, Sir Tom Jones and will.i.am - admitted while she doesn't like the idea of sitting on the panel, she plans to be as "hardcore" as possible.
She said: "I don't like the idea of being a judge, but I like the idea of being a coach. I don't like judging people, you know? I'm 23 and I don't feel like I've had a long enough career to have the right to tell people my opinion,
"Everybody's taste in music is different, so I might think someone isn't so good, while someone else reckons they're amazing.
"I'm going in hardcore. I'm not someone who says, 'You're great'. I won't kiss people's arses. I look for technique, mic control, breathing, passion, determination, hard work, voice, tone, star quality -all of it. I'm about the singing."
However, the star is setting herself up for the "pressure" of being a reality TV judge.
She added in an interview with more! magazine: "The thing about being a judge is the pressure on you to be perfect and not make a mistake. When you're put in that position where you make the decision, you might not make one everyone in the world agrees with."