Paloma Faith to quit The Voice?
Paloma Faith has hinted she'll quit 'The Voice' once the current series has wrapped up.
Paloma Faith has hinted she's ready to quit 'The Voice'.
The '30 Minute Love Affair' hitmaker has only sat on the show's panel for one series but already looks set to bow out after her two final acts - Jordan Gray and Heather Cameron-Haye - were eliminated from the contest over the weekend.
Taking to her Instagram account just hours after her acts were axed from the competition, the flame-haired beauty uploaded a photograph of her sitting on the panel alongside the cryptic caption: "Last night I went down with the ship power dressing in possibly my last foray into reality tv shows.
"I may not be built for them but I am definitely built for getting lost in music. Caught in a trap. No turning back. (sic)"
Paloma's cryptic message comes just weeks after her co-star Ricky Wilson confirmed he'll be leaving the popular programme when it makes its shift from BBC to rival ITV.
The Kaiser Chiefs frontman - who has mentored on the show for three years - said previously: "This is my last one [series] anyway. I was going to bow out gracefully. I don't think ITV would want me. They would want to have a totally new show."
Meanwhile, will.i.am - who has judged on the programme since the first ever series five years ago - is still undecided about whether he'll return when the show shifts broadcaster next year.
He said: "The only reason why I come back to do 'The Voice' - it's not because it's a big pay day - it's because it's the BBC! So I don't know (what I'll do)."
And Boy George - who joined the panel with Paloma last year - is yet to comment on his plans.