ITV has announced that The Voice will return for an eleventh series in 2022.
The talent competition will welcome back Anne Marie, Olly Murs, Sir Tom Jones and will.i.am as the formidable coaches.
Back in their famous spinning chairs, the coaches will be looking for the next singing superstar, with the winner securing a record contract with Universal’s label UMOD.
Emma Willis will return as the host, as more amateur singers look for fame as the next singing sensation.
This year will include a new addition of The Callbacks, which will see the contestants who make it through the blind auditions battle it out to earn a place in the semi-final.
Anne-Marie said: “It feels so good to be back! I had the most amazing time last series, and I am so excited to be returning to my big red chair. Winning with Craig last series was a special moment and I am determined to keep a hold of my crown!”
Olly Murs commented: “I cannot wait to be reunited with The Voice UK family! We always have so much fun making the show and I’m sure this series will be no exception.”
Sir Tom Jones said: “Whenever I’m back in The Voice UK studio, my expectations are exceeded. I love the anticipation of hearing unknown singers and I can’t wait to see what’s in store this time around!”
Will.i.am added: “I'm excited to be returning to the UK, my second home, as we start filming the next series of The Voice UK. Discovering fresh and unique voices is what this show is all about, so I am looking forward to meeting Britain's next wave of talent.”
The Voice is set to return to ITV in 2022.