Here is Emma's call to arms for any eager hopefuls hoping to make their mark on the singing contest...
but don't despair, because it's already back on ITV for 2017.
Rochelle and Marvin are relaxing in Venice "Surprise early birthday treat," she captioned an image of the pair drifting through the green waters in a gondola.
Rochelle and her husband have been making the most of fine Italian dining by tucking into delicious spaghetti and tasty deserts, while the 26-year-old star is seen dressed up in a sparkly jacket for date night with her man.
"The UK has always been so supportive of me since the beginning of my career so I'm really looking forward to sharing my point of view with the contestants and especially Team JHUD."Gavin is the former husband of The Voice US coach Gwen Stefani and fronted the band Bush.
His father is of Jamaican descent and his mother is of Anglo-Scottish descent. There had been speculation that she would leave when the talent show moved from BBC1 to ITV after being "poached" by the broadcaster late last year, but today brings confirmation that she'll remain at its helm where she's been since 2014 after taking over from original hosts Holly Willoughby and Reggie Yates."The Voice UK is very close to my heart and I’m absolutely delighted to be back on the show," said Willis. ” The presenter will front the next series of The Voice solo as ITV confirmed the exit of her BBC1 co-host Marvin Humes in a statement: "Marvin won't be appearing on next year's series but remains very much a part of the ITV family, and we look forward to working with him on other projects in the near future." "I’ve loved every minute of working on the Voice for the past three series and will miss working with Emma and the team," added Humes.There are seven blind audition episodes, followed by the Battle Rounds.After the knockout rounds, there will then be five live shows, instead of just three on the BBC.The first live show airs tonight at 8.30pm, straight after Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway.