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20 September 2013, 13:41
The 'Wild' singer also says Kylie should expect a difficult time being the only female coach on the panel.
Jessie J says she hopes Kylie Minogue will be a "tough" and "critical" vocal coach on The Voice UK, following the announcement that the 'Spinning Around' singer has joined the panel.
The 'It's My Party' singer served as a judge on the first two seasons of the TV talent show, leaving the series earlier this year, and says she can't wait to see what Kylie brings to the table.
"I think it's amazing that Kylie's doing it," Jessie reveals during her appearance on Chatty Man this weekend. "I think it's going to be interesting to see what she brings.
"I hope she's tough though, I hope that she's critical," she explained. "Because that's what I want to be replaced with as well, because I felt like I was the most honest.
"Every coach that's on the show teaches something different, which is why I think it should change it up," Jessie added, before warning that Kylie may face criticism just for being the only female judge on the panel.
"Tulisa got it, Kelly Rowland's had it, I've had it, Kylie's going to get it," she explained. "Kylie's the sweetest person ever, so who know what they're going to make up about her?"
Check out a picture of Jessie J out in London below:
The Voice UK's third season coaching panel will feature Kylie Minogue and Ricky Wilson from Kaiser Chiefs joining returning coaches will.i.am and Sir Tom Jones.
Jessie J releases new album 'Alive' on 23rd September.