Are the female coaches on The Voice UK cursed?
Well, that's what's been claimed.
The Voice has gone through a number of girls on the panel over its first four series with Rita Ora the latest to be sitting in the third chair, replacing Kylie Minogue who quit this year.
However the stars that have taken up a role in the series have seen their music careers take quite a hit.
Jessie J's second album Alive struggled in the charts as did Kylie Minogue's latest record.
Jessie insisted: “I’m a businesswoman as well as an artist and I’m aware Alive didn’t do as well as Who You Are, but that doesn’t mean I’m a flop.”
Rita Ora has had a rather successful few years, with some four number one tracks before joining Will.i.am, Ricky Wilson and Tom Jones on the show.
Whether or not the success will continue remains to be seen!
But while the female coaches tend to see their sales decline, the opposite is true for the guys, with Ricky's band the Kaiser Chiefs celebrating a number one album this year.
Also getting to the top spot in the past twelve months were The Script, fronted by former Voice coach Danny O'Donoghue.