Jessie J has hinted that she may not return to The Voice next year for a third series, as she may choose to focus on her career instead.
Speaking to the Daily Star Sunday the Domino singer – who has coached Matt Henry through to next Saturday’s final – admitted that her schedule could get in the way of returning to the show.
“If I can do another series then it would be great, but if I can’t because of my schedule then so be it,” Jessie said.
“I don’t think people realise it takes up a lot of my time. Everything happens for a reason.”
Jessie also revealed that even if she quit The Voice she would not consider a move to The X Factor, satying that she had already turned down the chance to be a judge on the ITV show.
“I would never go on X Factor. I’m not focused on anything to do with it,” the singer admitted/
“I just want to relate myself to things that are positive. All four of the coaches on The Voice are like that, we want to see the good in people while we’re on this show.”
Meanwhile The Voice’s 2012 winner Leanne Mitchell has hit back at comments made by will.i.am on Saturday night’s semi-final.
The singer – who has failed to enjoy chart success since being crowned series champion – was apparently far from pleased after will told finalist Leah McFall: “We know who won last year and didn’t make it to the top ten.”
Leanne promptly took to Twitter to respond: “Slightly unfair comment there from @iamwill..so much is out of my control, u should know…Remember, I never asked to win, I just sang x”
Leah, meanwhile, shot up to number eight in Sunday’s charts with her version of I Will Survive, which she performed in last weekend’s quarter-final.