Jessie J says The Voice UK 2013 will feature less sob stories

Jessie J crying (The Voice UK)

The Voice UK coach Jessie J has said that the second series of the show will see many changes, including fewer sob stories.

Speaking on Alan Carr's Chatty Man tonight, Jessie admits she may get in trouble for hitting out at the amount of back stories featured on this year's earlier series.

She said: "I am not a major fan of the whole back story and ‘Let’s all feel sorry for everyone.’

“It is a bit like: ‘Been there, done that, seen that.’ Isn’t it about the voice? I might get in trouble for this...”

But despite it being about The Voice, Jessie admitted her recent image change come about after seeing how she looked on the telly every weekend.

“I learned a lot about myself. Watching myself back, I am a bit irritating sometimes," Jessie admitted. “The fringe decided to retire, too. I looked at a picture of myself and was like: ‘You look a bit scary.’ I was a becoming a bit of a cartoon.

“But I might go as myself for Halloween, like Jessie J’s past.”

And confirming her return to the panel, Jessie revealed how she forced show bosses to move the dates of next year's auditions in order to allow her to come back.

"My tour dates and the dates of The Voice clashed, so I said: ‘I need to prioritise my tour and my fans.'" she explained. “I was really gutted so I called the head of the BBC and said ‘Can we talk about this? I don’t feel right.’

“I didn’t want to miss out, so I sat with them and we looked at the dates and we jigged things around and I was then able to do it.”

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