Reports last week suggested that Jessie J, will.i.am, Tom Jones and Danny O'Donoghue's future on The Voice was safe, however, it appears as thought that might no longer be the case anymore after the controller of BBC One failed to confirm or deny their return.
Asked if any changes would be made to the show for the next series, including the judges, the Telegraph reports BBC One's controller Danny Cohen responding coyly:
"I don’t want to get into that. I love our judges, I think they are amazing."
Deciding to be a bit more forthcoming with information, a BBC insider said: "The show is not going to be a carbon copy next year."
The news of the judges' future on the show comes after the reports that the show's bosses are keen to replace Jessie with Kylie Minogue or Cheryl Cole.
Cohen also addressed the show's rating slump (Saturday night's show pulled in 6.6 million viewers) saying:
"I don’t get massively engaged week by week in whether we are up or down. The way I look at it, we have launched the most successful BBC One entertainment show in over a decade. We didn’t expect such high ratings at the start - shows like X Factor started on around five million.
“There are always moments when the competition is strong - sometimes that helps us, sometimes it doesn’t. But I genuinely couldn’t be happier. It is a quality series and audiences are responding to it.”
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