Marvin Humes: Rita Ora is 'fantastic' on The Voice
Marvin Humes says Rita Ora is "fantastic" as a coach on 'The Voice' and thinks viewers will see a different side of the 'I Will Never Let You Down' singer
Marvin Humes says Rita Ora is "fantastic" on 'The Voice'.
The 29-year-old co-host of the BBC talent competition has praised the 'I Will Never Let You Down' singer who is a new addition to the panel of coaches for the 2015 series, saying fans will get to see another aspect of her personality.
Speaking to BANG Showbiz, he said: "Rita's a new coach this year; she's doing a fantastic job. I think you're going to be seeing a different side to her."
The pop babe has replaced Kylie Minogue on the panel for the BBC One singing show, and will appear alongside will.i.am, Sir Tom Jones and Ricky Wilson on the programme's fourth series, which Marvin teased will feature more great singers than the 2014 show, which was won by Jermain Jackman.
He continued: "The talent is exceptional. I think it's even a higher standard than last year and that's hard to do because last year was incredible."
The former JLS star also spoke about the possibility of him and his wife Rochelle Humes giving their 18-month-old daughter Alaia-Mai a sibling, but admitted they have no concrete plans to have another child yet.
He explained: "Obviously we make no secret of the fact that we want a big family. There's no like time frame; we'll wait and see. Hopefully in the next few years ... We'll see."