Who are The Voice 2019 judges?

Here's everything you need to know about what to expect from the series.

Who are The Voice 2019 judges?

The Voice will welcome the judges we have come to know and love from series seven.

Will.i.am, Olly Murs, Jennifer Hudson, and Sir Tom Jones will come back as the coaches.

Beloved TV personality Emma Willis, on the other hand, will be hosting the programme.

However, the show will welcome a brand new backstage reporter; AJ Odudu.

Who is backstage reporter AJ Odudu?

AJ Odudu was born Onatejiro Odudu on February 12, 1988, making her 30 years old.

She was born in Blackburn, Lancashire to Nigerian parents and is one of eight children.

After graduating from Keele University with a degree in English and Politics, she started her career as a reporter for BBC Blast at Radio Lancashire.

She is best known for co-presenting Big Brother's Bit on the Side in 2013 and 4Music's Tending Live!.

When will The Voice start?

An exact date has not yet been confirmed but The Voice 2019 will start some time in January.

It's likely to be at the start of the month – the 2018 series started on January 6 and the 2017 series started on January 7.

The format of the show is that contestants take part in blind auditions and the judges spin round in their chairs if they want to mentor them.

For the first time ever, The Voice will allow trios to audition, rather than limiting it to solo and duo performers.

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