The Voice UK return date confirmed by ITV ahead of September first episode – Plymouth Live

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Tom Jones, Anne-Marie, Will.i.am and Olly Murs, who recently got engaged to his Plymouth girlfriend Amelia Tank, are among the big names involved in the show
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ITV have confirmed that The Voice UK will be returning to screens in a month’s time, as part of their Autumn schedule- and your favourite stars and celebrity coaches will be back. The renowned talent show will officially return on ITV1 on September 3 at 8pm – after The Masked Dancer.
This year’s coaching line-up will include the reunion of the four mega stars who hit our screens last season, with former model and TV presenter Emma Willis to take on hosting duties once again. The star studded line-up include Welsh music legend Tom Jones, hip hop icon Will.i.am and Brit pop sensations Anne-Marie and Olly Murs.
Anne-Marie, 31, was the latest addition to The Voice UK in 2021 as a mentor after former coach Meghan Trainor announced her pregnancy- the 'Don't Play' singer will once again work with the three other star coaches to mould undiscovered talent.
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Meanwhile, Olly Murs, who announced his engagement to Plymouth bodybuilder girlfriend Amelia Tank in June, has continued to stay on the judging panel since 2017. Similarly, Sir Tom Jones made a comeback to the series in 2017, after joining The Voice UK for the ITV show's very first series in 2012 until 2016.
Black Eyed Peas’ Will.i.am is the longest serving judge at The Voice UK, since the show’s start in 2012, as well as contributing to the UK version of The Voice Kids.
The new series will consist of a brand new rule to the popular format, ITV have also confirmed. This consists of the contestants going into 'The Callbacks', where they will be pitted against each other to reach the semi-final, following the blind auditions – where the singers attempt to get the judges to turn their chairs around.
The show’s champion will be walking away with a recording contract with Universal's record label UMOD, similar to previous winners such as Molly Hocking, Leanne Mitchell and Craig Eddie, who took the crown last year under the guidance of Anne-Marie.
Singer-songwriter and TV presenter Olly Murs said: "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. Anne-Marie needs to watch out because this series I’m taking back the title."
Reigning coach champion 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."
Sir Tom Jones added: "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."
The Voice UK returns on Saturday September 3 at 8pm on ITV1 and the ITV Hub.
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