Ricky Wilson has admitted he's 'not the best singer' ahead of a performance on The Voice UK this weekend with his acts.
In this Saturday night's semi-final the four coaches will each be singing alongside their contestants in a group performance.
And for Ricky, he's going to let the artists take the lead as he prepares to hit the stage with Stevie McCrorie and Emmanuel Nwamadi.
The Kaiser Chiefs frontman confessed: "I'm not the best singer.
"I would never presume I could sing better than any of my three finalists because they deserve to win The Voice. I just deserve to be a coach."
Speaking about the live shows, Ricky insisted that it was no longer about the coaches and all the about the acts.
"It's the contestants who are going to lead the way," he said this week. "It's not a popularity contest.
"So no matter how many followers you've got... it doesn't matter many records you've sold or how many records you've produced, or if you knew Elvis or not. It's now about the singers."
Meanwhile, newbie Voice coach Rita Ora has confessed she's become much more relaxed on the panel since first starting out at the blind auditions.
"It was hard in the beginning but only because it was the first time opening myself up to the public that much," she said. "I think the more you're yourself the better. I've tried to be myself."
The Voice UK airs at 7PM on BBC One this Saturday night.
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