Kylie Minogue has supported Rochelle Humes to replace her as a coach in The Voice UK next year.
The Aussie popstar agreed with host Marvin Humes when he said that his wife would make a good vocal coach on the BBC talent show.
“Yes! Good on Marvin, keeping it in the family.” she said.
Minogue confirmed earlier this year that she won’t be returning to show’s next series;
“You need to be committed because it takes up a lot of time,” she explained. “You want to be truthful to the show and saying yes last time made perfect sense – I understood why I should do it and why I wanted to do it.
“It just doesn’t work for me next season because of my tour, but who knows about the following season. I really enjoyed the experience I wish whoever takes my seat the best of luck”
Luckily, The Voice UK producer Moira Ross told TV Times and has assured us that Kylie might be back in 2016:
“Kylie’s doing her world tour, so she’s not available for series four’s filming dates,” she said. “But hopefully we’ll have her back for series five. “So it’s a little hiatus.”
The Voice UK will be back on our screens next January.