The Voice Uk coach Kylie Minogue has said she fears depression now the series is over.
The Aussie popstar finished her first run on the BBC Show at the weekend and despite previously admitting to finding the series "taxing" and "emotional", Kylie now worries she'll miss it!
"The one thing I’m aware of, having done those other things like tours and shows, I believe it’s clinically recognised – post-tour depression," she said.
Speaking to the Daily Star on Sunday newspaper at the weekend, Kylie continued: “We’re all going to feel down.
"We’re all going to feel a little bit lonely next Saturday when it’s like ‘What do I do now?’”
Kylie's finalist Jamie Johnson finished fourth in Saturday's final but Kylie reckons he's still a winner and vowed to stay in contact.
“Sometimes Jamie doesn’t know how good he is. I think he has so much potential that we haven’t seen," Kylie gushed. “He’s come so far since his blind audition and it’s a joy to see him growing and developing and maturing.”
She added to the tabloid: “Jamie’s voice moves me and I’m in tears. At times in the live shows I was holding it together the best I could.
"Like the other coaches I’m just full of pride. I’ve got to cut back on my compliments.”
The Voice Uk returns to BBC One next year.