Rita Ora to return to The Voice?
Rita Ora is set to make a shocking return to 'The Voice'.
The 'Body on Me' hitmaker turned her back on the BBC One singing show two years ago to join rival 'The X Factor' but it now looks like she's planning to reclaim her spinning chair on the programme next year when it makes its shift to ITV.
A source explained to the Daily Star newspaper: "Rita is one of the hottest properties in entertainment so it is no surprise 'The Voice' producers want her back. They were devastated when she moved to 'The X Factor' last year.
"But now it looks like she won't be doing the next series, it means they've got a chance of poaching her."
The 25-year-old singer, who helped Louisa Johnson swipe the winner's crown last year, has sparked speculation she's decided not to return to 'The X Factor' when the new series hits screens later this year after her arrival on the panel coincided with the plunging ratings and heavy criticism.
The insider said: "'The X Factor' ratings were dismal last year so it is no surprise Rita is keen to walk away.
"A return to 'The Voice' is very possible because she loved being a coach last time."
Meanwhile, 'The Voice', which has been aired on BBC for the last four years, will return to screens next year on ITV after it was poached in a deal worth an estimated £33 million.