Marvin Humes has confirmed that he won’t be returning The Voice this year as it switches from BBC to ITV.
The radio, TV presenter and former JLS star began co-hosting the talent show with Emma Willis in 2014, however will not be continuing to present with its move to ITV.
In a statement he said: “I’ve loved every minute of working on the Voice for the past 3 series and will miss working with Emma and the team,” he said.
“It’s one of the best shows on TV and I’ll definitely be tuning in to see the new series. I wish the new team the best of luck and look forward to working more with ITV in the near future.”
Big Brother host Willis revealed this morning she would be back, adding: “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!”
Rumoured judges include Jess Glynne, Sir Paul McCartney, Rachel Stevens, Katy B, Jennifer Hudson, Robbie Williams and Kylie Minogue.
ITV announced earlier this year that it had secured the rights for The Voice UK for three series from 2017, as well as two series of The Voice Kids.
The Voice UK returns to ITV in 2017.