There are changes to the judging panel on The Voice this year.
British pop superstar Jessie J will join Ricky Martin, Joel and Benji Madden and Delta Goodrem as a Coach on the fourth season of The Voice later this year.
Jessie J who is the youngest judge aged just 26 becomes the youngest-ever coach for the local series.brings a wealth of expercince having judged two seasons of The Voice UK.
“I love being a Coach and sharing my knowledge and experience in vocals and in music. I learnt so much and really enjoyed being on The Voice UK for two series. I have loved continuing my support for the show by being a guest and getting to perform with contestants from all over the world AND I’m so excited to get back in the red chair!! I love Australia and I can’t wait to see what voices I might discover.” she said.
Fresh from her win as a Coach on The Voice Kids, Delta Goodrem, one of Australia’s most accomplished performers of the past decade, returns to her chair on The Voice to mentor our next group of singing hopefuls. Delta said: “I’m thrilled to be starting the new year with incredible Coaches on a show that I’m very proud of being a part of and looking forward to discovering great Australian talent.”
Joel Madden will team up with his brother Benji for the first time in the adult series for Team Madden.
“We can’t wait to get back to Australia for The Voice 2015! We are looking forward to reuniting with Delta and Ricky as well as welcoming Jessie J to the show. This year is going to be an exciting one. Double the chair, double the fun. Let’s go” said Joel and Benji Madden.
The all-star coaching lineup will be rounded out by Ricky Martin, who will return for his third season as a coach. Ricky Martin said: “I’m very excited to uncover the talents of the fourth Season. I can’t wait to hear fresh voices and get up close and personal with amazingly talented artists. I’m ready for an intense season with Team Ricky and my fellow Coaches.”
The Voice is expected to air after Easter on Nine.