The first official pictures of the new The Voice UK judging panel have been revealed by the BBC.
Returning coaches will.i.am and Ricky Wilson are joined by Paloma Faith and Boy George ahead of the first episode – set to air on January 9, 2016.
The BBC singing show will be back for one final series, after it was announced that ITV has purchased the rights for the format, including a kids spin off.
The famous four coaches posed up a storm in front of a selection of colourful neon lights, while Boy George held a retro microphone.
The new arrivals make an impact with Paloma in a full length gown and Boy George in a sharp suit.
ITV won the bidding war for the singing show, though director of television Peter Fincham hinted that it would not mean the end of The X Factor.
Paloma is the only female addition to the line up, replacing Rita Ora after she jumped ship to The X Factor.
Despite the newcomers’ outfits, the veteran judges opted for more understated assembles, with will.i.am rocking a double denim get up, which he teamed with a grey hat.
Kaiser Chief’s Ricky Wilson, on the other hand – who also fronts Sky 1 show Bring The Noise – dressed in a matching grey trousers blazer and waistcoat, and added a touch of colour to his outfit with a yellow tie.
The arrival of the gorgeous red-head and King of Everything hitmaker was initially met with controversy after Sir Tom Jones publicly announced he hadn’t been told he was fired, before the new judging line-up was announced.
will.i.am has also admitted that the show has got more “dramatic” since Sir Tom Jones left.
“He had this ability to keep everybody in their place,” the star said.
Jones was dropped as a coach from the show, and hit out at the BBC for the “substandard behaviour” from show bosses over his exit.
After it was revealed Paloma and Boy George were joining the BBC’s hit series, Paloma explained: “I’m really excited about working with creative people who are there not just to be singers, but also innovative personalities and performers.”
Boy George added that he was, “thrilled to be a coach”.
The Voice UK returns to BBC One in January 2016.