The Voice UK coach Jennifer Hudson has declared that she wants to remain on the show next year.
The ITV talent contest's current run isn't quite over yet, but preparations are already underway for its seventh series.
And Jennifer revealed on today edition of Lorraine that she's aiming to return to her spinning chair.
Asked whether she will remain "part of" the coaching panel, the former American Idol contestant said: "Yes, I hope I am, I would love to be.
"I love being there. This is a great experience for me. It's my first time experiencing it on this side, so I’m taking it all in as I go."
She isn't the only judge that wants a comeback, with Gavin Rossdale recently commenting that he "really, really enjoys" his role.
ITV has commissioned two further series of The Voice, and the broadcaster has already opened auditions for 2018 on its website.
For now, there's the small matter of this year's final, which takes place this weekend.
Jennifer is the only coach with more than one act remaining, and she's glad the power to choose who progresses is now in the hands of the public.
"Luckily I don’t have to choose," she told host Lorraine Kelly.
"It would be so difficult for me because I think they’re both amazing. I’m just happy to have two."
Those two are Jamie Miller and Mo Adeniran, the latter of whom is the bookies' favourite to win.
The Voice UK 2017 concludes on Saturday at 8.30pm and Sunday at 7.00pm on ITV.