Jessie J has postponed all of her arena tours that where set to start in February and March to October and November of next year!
Jessie also i a judge on The Voice UK so she needs time to mentor her acts.
In a statement the Do It Like A Dude singer said:
“I am honestly truly sorry but I hope you all can understand that it’s just because I would like to take more time to finish my new album.
“I promise to make this tour my biggest and best ever and cannot wait for you all to hear my new songs,”
The only girl on the panel Jessie J has confirmed that the show will be coming back for a second series.
The talent show is to find the next big pop star but the judges Jessie, will.i.am, Sir Tom Jones and Danny O’Donoghue have their backs to the performer so they can only judge by their voice.
It’s going to be even bigger and better this time and I can’t wait. Bring it on.”
All the judges from last year will be back this year and Tom could not be more happier as he said:
‘I’m really looking forward to seeing and working with Jessie, Will and Danny on the second series of The Voice. I’ve heard there will be some important changes that will make what is already a good, strong show even better.’
There was rumors that Jessie would not be back after she announced in her book that she would not be attending as it clashed with her tour dates but Jessie called BBC bosses to change the air times.
All the judges are looking forward to going back to work soon.
Head of Entertainment at Wall to Wall, Moira Ross, said:
‘I’m delighted that our four fabulous coaches are back for series two of The Voice. The dynamic between them is fantastic – the banter, the jockeying for position and the friendly rivalry amongst them, but most of all the respect they have for each other and the singers.
‘All the ingredients for a great second series.’
Jessie Jhas reportedly agreed to come back for season two of The Voice UK… for a price.
A show insider explains:
“Jessie has signed on the dotted line and will definitely be back for another series [season].”
And rumor has it, BBC had to pay some major cash to get her to stay on the show; like, £500,000 to be exact!
According to the source, JJ was seriously considering leaving the mega hit show, because:
“She did find some of it tougher than she expected but the positives outweighed the negatives so she’s chosen to come back. Now she knows what to expect, Jessie is determined to enjoy it more next year, so she’s already excited about getting started.”
We loved Jessie on the show she was such a good judge!
We have to say we just love this woman at the moment!!!!
Paloma Faith, and her stellar performance of the soulful, anti-love song Picking Up The Pieces on The Voice UK just confirms she is a sparkling, musicalEmpress!
We just love her voice and shes going to go so far with it!
Watch the video above and let us know what you think.
Adam Levine and Maroon 5 mashed up recent hits Payphone and Moves Like Jagger for the viewrs of The Voice UK on Saturday night.
They where great like normal and performed very well.
Watch the performance above.
Tell us what you think too!
Ever since will.i.am has been on UK’s The Voice, he’s been getting alot of love and attention from CHERYL COLE!!!
Also it has been siad thats shes been cooking everything for him and Sunday roasts to cakes, scones, and tarts!
A source said:
Will.i.am loves the food. It makes a change from backstage catering, restaurants and hotels. Cheryl has always been interested in food but recently started taking it seriously. It’s a way to unwind.
Cheryl has not just been cooking for Will shes also been giving advice:
She’s giving him advice on everything, from his manner to his appearance. She told him to cut back on the name-dropping, as it may work in America but it doesn’t go down well over here. And she’s given him loads of tips on how to adjust his performance for a British audience. Cheryl’s also suggested that he should show more empathy and not be afraid of showing emotion on the show. And she’s delighted with the results.
Aww is our Cheryl in love again??
We hope so!