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The Voice

Get ready for more red chair singing because Jessica Mauboy isn’t done with The Voice

''I’m backkkk!''

By Faye Couros
The Voice saw new heights of success during its 2021 season, so, unsurprisingly, our eyes had been firmly peeled on the four judges Keith Urban, Jessica Mauboy, Rita Ora, and Guy Sebastian, as we waited to find out who would return.
To our delight, we can look forward to more impromptu singing from the red chair because Jess has finally announced she is looking forward to another season.
The Little Things singer took to her Instagram to share her exciting news with fans, and she shared two pictures and a video from backstage at The Voice.

In one of the images, Jess is striking a pose for a mirror selfie in a glam jumpsuit, and in a video, she shows off her beauty look by zooming in on her glitzy eye makeup.
Jess broke the news in her post's caption, and she seems really excited about what is to come.
"I'm backkkk! I'm so pleased to announce that I'll be back as a coach for @thevoiceau 2022 🎤," she wrote.
"We all had such a great time this year, and I can't wait to work with everyone again.
"So excited to see what talent is in store for 2022!," she finished.
In her comments section, fans and friends hyped up the star and her glam look.
Former The Voice contestant Seann Miley Moore wrote, "Yesss what's that bronze eye glitter 😍," whilst fellow Australian Idol alum Ricki-Lee commented, "🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥."
Jess was known for singing in the red chair at random moments. Instagram
However, Jess isn't the only judge returning to the show, as Channel Seven announced yesterday that Guy, Rita, and Keith will sit on their spinning chairs again.
If you weren't feeling stoked enough about the new season, the studio also announced that it will host The Voice Generations in a world first.
The premise revolves around parents and kids who will sing and compete together for a shot at victory.
"So proud of you, Mick, your journey, our journey." Instagram
This year, Jess completed the competition in fourth place with the talented Mick Harrington on her team.
In the lead up to the grand final, she spoke fondly about the father-of-two by penning a heartfelt message on her Instagram.
"So proud of you, Mick, your journey, our journey. We are all on your side tonight," she wrote.

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