Kylie Minogue’s top priority is her own career. The Australian international superstar, who is currently a coach on the UK “The Voice,” doesn’t know if she would return to the talent show in the next season because her upcoming tour would take priority over any other work.
The 45-year-old Grammy winner replaced fellow singer Jessie J on the coaches’ panel for the third series of the show.
“The Voice” is still airing, and it’s almost certain that it would be renewed for a fourth season after the current one ends in April.
However, even if it returns, Minogue isn’t sure if she would be coming back as well.
“I’m already doing it again in Australia, but UK or Australia, I don’t know if I could (do another season) because I’m going to be touring. We’ll see,” she was quoted by The Mirror as saying.
“I am doing The Voice Australia so that will carry on until July. I’ve got to get through at least this one first, and then two with Australia.”
As she mentioned, she is also a coach on the Australian version of the talent show, having replaced Delta Goodrem, who is now working on “The Voice Kids Australia.”
Minogue is excited for the live shows of “The Voice UK” series, which will run for three weeks and will “wrap everything up.”
“It’s add to me (that) that will be that because it’s such a big part of my life as late. But The Voice UK and the BBC nurtured me into the role, because every meeting I had with them, I said, ‘I’m ‘fessing up, I’m nervous. I haven’t done this before, I don’t know if I can do it and how people will react to me doing it.’”
Like Minogue, Black Eyed Peas star will.i.am is also a coach on both the UK and Australian of “The Voice.” They join Tom Jones and Ricky Wilson in the UK version, and Joel Madden and Ricky Martin in the Australian series.
Minogue’s younger sister, Dannii Minogue, had been coach on the rival “The X Factor UK” and “The X Factor Australia.”