Emma Willis has revealed she's still not sure about hosting The Voice UK on ITV.
The telly presenter has been fronting the singing show since 2013 on BBC One but doesn't know if she and co-host Marvin Humes will continue when it moves over to ITV.
"The Voice is moving from BBC to ITV and I am fully prepared that it could mean I am out of a job," Emma admitted this weekend. "I have great loyalty to the show and I’d love to go with it, but I understand the powers that be might want to shake it up."
Speaking to the Daily Mail on Sunday's You magazine, Emma went on to say of her time on The Voice: "My co-presenter Marvin Humes is my best pal on the BBC show and Ricky Wilson [who has decided to leave] and I are very close and have dinner together.
"Will.i.am is such a unique entity that you can’t fail to get on with him."
Speaking back in February, Emma said she would want to continue hosting The Voice when it does switch channels next month.
The 40-year-old told the Press Association: “I’d love to [continue]. But you know, the nature of the beast is that anything can happen and it’s moving to a different channel – they might want to totally change it and that’s just the way it goes.
“But fingers crossed they will want me to do it. I’d love to still do it.”
The Voice UK will air on ITV from 2017 but filming begins later this year. News on coaches and hosts is expected by the summer.