Jennifer Hudson had so much fun on The Voice UK after just one series, she wants to return for more…if bosses let her that is.
The Dreamgirls star told the Metro newspaper she enjoyed her first go around in the spinning red chairs and wants to come back next year.
“I’m looking forward to coming back,” Hudson said. “I enjoyed the UK. I enjoyed being on The Voice and, of course, I enjoyed winning.”
Jennifer went on to talk about the show’s winner, Mo. Despite having a poor debut of his single, she believes he can be the breakout star The Voice needs, wanting to help him ‘break through’ in America.
“I definitely feel like the right one won,” she said. “He had the most unique voice in the entire competition. He really wanted it. That’s why I got so emotional when he won. It was beautiful to witness and be a part of it.”
The 35-year-old went on to say she believes Tom Jones, will.i.am, and Gavin Rossdale will return along side her. However, reports suggest show bosses are not happy with Rossdale and are looking to replace him. One name floating around is former coach Ricky Wilson.
The Voice UK is set to return to ITV in 2018.