At least if she ever has the time to.
The Bang Bang hitmaker compared taking part in the BBC One series to going to gym.
And her comparison sort of makes sense, in a way.
She said today: “It was just like joining the gym and then knowing you’re too busy to go back and you end your membership and then you might sign up again another time.
“It’s exactly the same
"the time it was great and I was like: ‘Yeah, this is something I want to do.’ I did it for two series and then I got too busy to carry on."
Speaking to the Daily Star newspaper, Jessie continued: “If I have the time to go back some time in the future, I will.”
Given the rate that the show seems to be going through female coaches, we've no doubt there will be a seat for her soon.
Next year's series will see Rita Ora become the newest coach, replacing Kylie Minogue who quit this year after just the one run.
Rita joins Will.i.am, Ricky Wilson and Sir Tom Jones on The Voice 2015, with filming currently underway in Salford, Manchester.
The show will start on BBC One in January.