Kylie Minogue in talks with The Voice bosses?
'The Voice' coach Kylie Minogue - who recently announced she would be leaving the TV talent show after the current series - will reportedly hold talks with BBC bosses as they hope to convince her to stay
Kylie Minogue has agreed to hold talks with the BBC to discuss her future on 'The Voice'.
The star - who previously announced she was stepping down from her role as a coach because the next series will clash with touring commitments - is said to be open to negotiations as bosses look to convince her to stay.
Speaking to the Daily Star Sunday newspaper, a source said: "This is their big chance to persuade her to come back next year. It's make or break.
"They're so pleased Kylie has agreed to meet with them. It means there is a chance she will go for it."
The 'I Should Be So Lucky' hitmaker has been open about finding it difficult deciding between her acts so far, but bosses for the TV talent show are reportedly hoping they can "assure her" things will be different during her second series.
The insider added: "They are going to go all out to get Kylie to sign up. A pay rise is almost certain. And they'll happily rearrange the filming dates to accommodate her.
"She has admitted finding it tough to choose between acts but hopefully they can assure her it won't be as hard second time round."