ITV has confirmed Emma Willis is to continue as host of The Voice UK.
The commercial network confirmed on Thursday (9 June) that Willis will resume her presenting duties when the singing competition debuts on its new home next year.
Since 2014, Willis has co-hosted the reality series, which has aired on BBC One for the past four years, with Marvin Humes. The show was previously hosted by Holly Willoughby and Reggie Yates. It is not yet known whether Humes will join Willis for the new series.
“The Voice UK is very close to my heart and I’m absolutely delighted to be back on the show. Roll on the blind auditions!” – Emma Willis
ITV announced in November that it had secure the rights to The Voice UK for three years alongside The Voice UK Kids series and an ITV2 spin-off show. Those wanting to audition can apply via The Voice UK website and several dates for the audition tour have also been announced.
Recording for the new series, which is expected to air early 2017, will begin later this year.