Emma Willis, 44, has become a pinnacle member of The Voice UK family since she took on hosting duties back in 2014. Therefore, she has overseen the singing competition on both the BBC and ITV, with the show moving over to the latter as of season six in 2016. Having been the main presenter for over six years now, some fans might think there could be a change on the horizon. In an exclusive interview with Express.co.uk, the series' backstage reporter, AJ Odudu, 32, has revealed whether she would replace her co-star.
When the reality programme first aired on the BBC back in 2012, the show had two main presenters overseeing the various rounds.
This was documentary maker Reggie Yates, 36, and This Morning host Holly Willoughby, 39, who both stayed in the dual role for two years.
With Emma taking the reins from season three, she has been joined by a number of backstage reporters as well as overseeing the coming and going of several coaches.
Having seen so much change over the past six years and with the 10th season set to air next year, will The Voice be getting a new host?
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The Voice UK: Emma Willis 'replaced' as co-star speaks out on future as host of ITV series (Image: ITV)
The Voice UK: Emma Willis has hosted the show for six years (Image: ITV)
Since season eight, former Big Brother's Bit On The Side presenter AJ has been providing the backstage intel for viewers.
Once holding her role have included famous faces such as former Strictly Come Dancing star, Vick Hope, 30, and previous contestant, Jamie Miller.
Before them, Radio One DJ Cel Spellman, 24, and former JLS star Marvin Humes, 35, held the role alongside Emma.
Speaking with Express.co.uk, the presenter's co-star explained whether she would be willing to step in and take the reins in the future.
The Voice UK: Emma Willis presents alongside AJ Odudu (Image: ITV)
The Voice UK: AJ Odudu said it would be a 'privilege' to