The Voice Kids is back in production for a brand new 3x95' series at Elstree Studios. Emma Willis returns to host the series, which moves back to a Summer slot for the first time since 2020.
The superstar coaching panel remains the same as the 2022 series, with Boyzone favourite Ronan Keating returning and joining long-term coaches will.i.am, Pixie Lott and Danny Jones on the hunt for the best young music stars.
Singers between the ages of seven and 14 will perform in front of the famous big red chairs all in the hope of turning both heads and chairs in their bid to become The Voice Kids champion 2023.
Speaking last year, Ronan said: “I’m super excited to join the coaching panel for The Voice Kids. I feel part of The Voice family already after a phenomenal experience doing the show in Australia. The Voice Kids is amazing and I’m truly passionate about nurturing young talent. Bring it on!”
Along with the Kids series, The Voice UK will also return to ITV later this year. In the search for the next singing sensation - Anne-Marie, Olly Murs, Sir Tom Jones and will.i.am - have once again assumed their roles as the superstar Coaches and returned to their seats in the most iconic chairs on television.
The format of the series is expected to remain the same as 2022, with The Callbacks, where hopeful contestants that made it through the Blind Auditions will battle it out to earn their place in the Semi-Final, staying.
The Voice Kids returns in the third quarter of this year on ITV1. Watch previous series on ITVX.