The Voice UK's Danny O'Donoghue has admitted he's yet to be asked back to the show.
The Script frontman said he'd "love" to be back on the panel next year, but revealed this week he had no idea if the BBC wanted him to return.
"I'd love to be back. I haven't signed up, and I don't know if they want me back, but I'd love to do it again," he said this week.
Fortunately, BBC One Danny Cohen confirmed last week that the panel is set to remain unchanged for the second series.
He revealed this week that the Beeb hope that Jessie J, Sir Tom Jones, Will.i.am and Danny O’Donoghue all return next year.
“We thought they made a very big impact for a first series and we want them all to come back,” he said yesterday. “We haven’t signed any contracts yet, so I can’t say anything official. But we said at the end of the first series that we wanted all of our coaches to come back.”
Meanwhile, Danny said he was still in contact with his acts from the series.
He told Star magazine: "I was down the studio with Max [Milner] and I saw Dave [ulian] at some awards. And Bo and I wrote a song together last week."
But taking a swipe at winner Leanne Mitchell, Danny added: "Leanne was the best technical singer on the night. Was she the best person to float off the show? Probably not. But i knew Tom Jones would win, no matter who was on his team."