Jessie J hints The Voice return
Jessie J has suggested she could be set to return to her role as a judge and mentor on BBC One talent show 'The Voice'
Jessie J has hinted she could be set to return to 'The Voice'.
The 26-year-old star was a mentor on the BBC One talent show for two years between 2012 and 2013 before being replaced by Kylie Minogue on the 2014 series and Rita Ora for the upcoming 2015 series, but she's now suggested she could be set to return.
She told the January edition of Q magazine: "I miss doing 'The Voice'. It's this time of year that they film it, so winter days remind me of doing the show.
"But who knows? It might not be that long until I'm back on 'The Voice'. Wink, wink!"
However, the 'Do It Like A Dude' hitmaker - who failed to lead any of her contestants to victory during her time on the show, losing out to Sir Tom Jones and The Script rocker Danny O'Donoghue - may have been implying she's signed up to perform on the show rather than reprise her role as a judge.
Meanwhile, 'EastEnders' actress Jessie Wallace's boyfriend of two years, Tim Arnold, has made it through to the televised heats of the contest.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "Jessie is expected to go to the studio to support Tim. He's besotted with her and has written lots of songs about their love. She's even sung with him in the past."
The upcoming series of 'The Voice' is set to air on BBC One next year.