The Voice UK might not be moving to ITV until next year, but rumours about who will be the show’s coaches have already started swirling.
And one of the first names to pop up is none other than ‘Angels’ legend Robbie Williams.
Yep, before the BBC’s last series of the show has even come to an end, there’s speculation that Robbie’s in talks to fill one of those big red spinny chairs.
But don’t get too excited, because it seems it’s way too early for all this talk.
An ITV spokesperson told us only: “No decisions have been made on coaches for The Voice 2017.”
And a Voice source added that they’ve not heard Robbie’s name being mentioned in connection with the show. Boo.
The Voice UK is currently in the middle of its live shows in the BBC’s final series of the show, along with coaches Ricky Wilson, Paloma Faith, will.i.am and Boy George.
It’s not known whether any of them will return for the first series on ITV, though Ricky has previously said that he won’t be back.
The semi-finals will air on Saturday (April 2) on BBC One, while the show will start filming for ITV later this year before airing in 2017.