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17 August 2012, 09:10
The 'Vegas Girls' singer says he wants to move into a judging role later on in his music career.
Conor Maynard has revealed he is keen to try his hand at judging on shows like The X Factor and The Voice in the future.
The 'Can't Say No' singer says taking on a panel role is "part of the plan" for down the line in his music career, but promises he wouldn't be a "brutal" judge if and when he does join a talent show.
"It looks like a fun thing to do, so it's part of the plan to eventually try that sort of thing," Conor revealed to the Daily Star this week. "I wouldn't be deliberately brutal as a judge but I'd certainly be honest."
The 'Vegas Girl' star went on to praise this year's newest reality show The Voice UK for having pop stars and musicians serve as the judges, claiming it gave the series more credibility.
"The Voice was good because it was musicians judging it," Conor explained. "With previous pop shows, you'd always hear fans moan, 'They're not musicians, so how can they judge it?'. But on The Voice, the judges know what the people auditioning are going through."
Check out a picture of Conor Maynard from a recent photoshoot below:
Earlier this week Conor unveiled a song lyric music video for his upcoming third single 'Turn Around', which features R&B star Ne-Yo, and pictures emerged yesterday (16th August) of Conor shooting the song's video out in Los Angeles this week.
Conor Maynard released his debut album 'Contrast' earlier this month which went on to top the album charts giving him a number one record.