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BBC has confirmed that The Voice will return for two more seasons.
NME reports that BBC has confirmed that The Voice will receive at least two more seasons.
The Voice UK is currently in its third season, and features Sir Tom Jones, Kylie Minogue, Ricky Wilson, and will.i.am as judges, and Emma Willis and Marvin Humes as hosts.
Andrea Begley and Leanne Mitchell are past winners of the singing competition.
BBC One released a statement confirming their decision to renew the show.
"I'm so proud that after only three series, The Voice really has become unmissable Saturday night television for millions of viewers and am delighted Wall to Wall and Talpa have been commissioned to make a further two series," executive producer Moira Ross said.
The judges and hosts have not yet been confirmed, but Minogue has stated that unless the show will work around her schedule, she will not be returning due to touring responsibilities.
Mirror reports that each judge will have a contestant in the final; Sally Barker for Jones, Jamie Johnson for Minogue, Jermain Jackman for will.i.am, and Christina Marie for Wilson.
The Voice airs Saturdays on BBC One and will end its season April 5.
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