Sir Tom Jones has said that he will "probably" return to The Voice UK for a second crack of the whip.
The veteran crooner was the winning mentor on this year's first season, taking underdog Leanne Mitchell to a surprise victory ahead of frontrunners Ruth Brown, Tyler James, Bo Bruce and Jaz Ellington.
It had been suggested in recent tabloid reports that he and Jessie J would be absent from next year's run, but he has now strongly hinted that he will join will.i.am and Danny O'Donoghue one more time.
He told NME: "We're talking about it now. The BBC would like me to do another one and I did have a lot of fun doing the first one."
He continued: "There are things that we need to change, things we know we can make better, but it looks like I'm going to do it. We haven't rubber-stamped it yet.
"Jessie J wants to know if I'm going to do it, I want to know if she's going to do it. I think will.i.am wants to do it and I think Danny O'Donoghue wants to do it. Hopefully the four of us will be the same, that's the key I think. We worked so well together, if you take one out, it's going to be like the missing piece of the puzzle."
The panel will be confirmed later in the year.
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