THE Voice Kids has returned for a second series after the runaway success of last year’s talent show.
Unlike the adult version, the judging line-up contains both old faces and new so let’s meet them. Here’s all you need to know about The Voice Kids 2018 judges.
Rex Features The three judges line up here alongside host Emma Willis.
Who are The Voice Kids 2018 judges?
Musician and The Balck Eyed Peas star Will.i.am is the only existing judge from the adult version of the show who will continue in his role as judge and mentor.
The superstar hinted his time on The Voice may be coming to an end soon with future plans to resume his own career but in the meantime, he’s out to nurture young talent.
He said: “I am honoured to back on The Voice Kids, inspiring and sending kids on their way to do awesome stuff with their lives.
PA:Press Association will.i.am is back and he’s looking for some bite-sized talent!
Former Strictly star and chart-topper Pixie Lott is bidding to become a two-time winner on the show after her starlet Jess Folley won the first series last year.
Pixie said: “I’m so delighted to be back for series two of The Voice Kids. I had the best time doing this show and was over the moon that Jess, from my team, won.
“All the kids are incredible and I can’t wait to see what’s in store and who auditions for series two.
PA Pixie has said she hopes it will be the best series yet!
Former McFly member Danny Jones completes the three-piece panel as he also returns to The Voice Kids.
It’s been a great year already for Danny as he became a dad for the first time with long-time partner Georgia Horsley.
Danny said: “I had an amazing time on the first series of The Voice Kids and I’m super excited to be returning to the red chair, hitting the button again and uncovering some of the best UK talent our youth has to offer.”
Dan Jones – The Sun Danny Jones can’t get enough of The Voice Kids and can’t wait to see the up and coming talent in the UK.
When is The Voice Kids on ITV?
The series began on July 14 and continues tonight at 7.30pm on ITV.
The winner will get £30,000 and a family trip to Disneyland Paris.
The Voice Kids follows the same format as the adult version of the show.
Emma Willis will host the series and unlike the past, the show will air stripped across eight consecutive days – starting with the Blind Auditions and moving to the battles and the finals.
The Voice Kids contestants wow the judges during blind auditions