Jessie J unsure of The Voice future
Jessie J isn't sure whether 'The Voice' will be a success without her and suggested show bosses had a tough job finding out what the public wanted to see on the programme
Jessie J isn't sure whether 'The Voice' will be a success without her.
The 25-year-old singer quit the BBC One talent show in July with fellow coach Danny O'Donoghue following suit less than two weeks later, and as a result the 'Price Tag' hitmaker admits she doesn't even know whether the programme is going to continue.
When asked if she thought there was a future for the show, Jessie J said: "I don't know, that's the honest truth. I can't predict the future.
"All I know is that when I went in to the show I gave it everything, I tried to be myself. I was critical. I worked really hard as a coach."
Jessie's fellow coaches Sir Tom Jones and will.i.am are yet to sign up for a third series of the 'The Voice', and the 'Do It Like a Dude' singer has suggested it is tough for show bosses to know what the public want to see on the programme.
She added to Radio 1 Newsbeat: "The hardest thing is you can't control what the public want, it's weird because they crave real.
"But then you give them real and then they don't want real, so who knows?"