The soap star was killed off from the Channel 4 series in 2011, and has now turned her attention from acting to singing.
The 21-year-old apparently impressed the show's coaches at the blind auditions last year and made it through to last weekend's battles.
A supposed source told SoapSquawk: "She's through to the battle rounds so everyone's got their fingers crossed she can go all the way.
"Alice has a fantastic voice and certainly looks like a popstar!"
Last year's auditions saw quite a few (sort of) famous people performing for the panel, including a member of 5ive.
And this year as well as ex-boyband members and soap actresses, there's also Olympians performing for Jessie J, Danny O'Donoghue, Sir Tom Jones and Will.i.am.
Bronze medalist Hurdler Tasha Danvers has decided on a change of career after injury prevented her from taking part in the London 2012 games last year.
"This is a big deal for Tasha and would give her a major boost to becoming a singing star. She got a bronze in the Olympics but she would love to score gold on 'The Voice'," a source told the Daily Star this week.
The Voice UK is reported to start on March 30 on BBC One.