Who are The Voice UK judges? – The Sun | The Sun
THE Voice UK returns for its eleventh season.
The new series of the singing competition will see the return of its panel of judges who are all hoping to find their next big star.
Who are The Voice judges?
Essex-born Anne-Marie Nicholson already has a number of chart hits under her belt, including Clean Bandit's number one smash Rockabye featuring Sean Paul.
Her debut album Speak Your Mind was released in 2018 and peaked at number three in the charts.
The following year she was nominated for four awards at the Brits, including Best British Female Solo Act.
She featured on The Greatest Showman and 13 Reasons Why soundtracks and has collaborated with artists including Doja Cat, Rudimental, and Ed Sheeran.
Will.i.am was born William James Adam Jr. in LA, California.
The US singer-songwriter, DJ and rapper is best known for forming hip hop group The Black Eyed Peas in 1995.
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In 2007 he also co-created Paradiso Girls with Robin Antin who were a European spin-off of The Pussycat Dolls.
He has been a judge on The Voice UK since 2012 and was also a judge on The Voice Australia in 2014 when he coached Anja Nissen to victory.
Will.i.am has released four solo albums and has worked as a producer with artists including Michael Jackson, Justin Bieber, and Lady Gaga.
Olly Murs rose to fame in 2009 when he came runner-up on The X Factor.
Despite losing out to Joe McElderry in the final he went on to secure a joint record deal with Epic Records and Simon Cowell's Syco.
He has released a number of popular albums including In Case You Didn’t Know, Right Place Right Time, and You Know I Know.
In 2017 he joined the panel of The Voice and has returned for another series – despite an offer from Simon Cowell to move over to the rival X Factor.
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