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12 March 2012, 21:40 | Updated: 12 March 2012, 21:50
The 'Who You Are' singer insists the show will not focus on disagreements between the four panelists.
Jessie J says new BBC reality series The Voice focuses more on the positive rather than bickering between the show's vocal coaches.
The 'Domino' singer joins Sir Tom Jones, Will.i.am and The Script's Danny O'Donoghue as the four coaches on the new show, which sees hopefuls audition 'blind' while the panel face away from them.
"The show is not about who is arguing with who," Jessie told the Daily Mail this week. "This is what is different about this.
"Backstage we are all getting on and we are all focused on our artist," she explained. "We are focusing on the inspirational and the positive."
Jessie J is currently in Australia where she has been touring across the country with support act Professor Green.
The Voice UK is due to launch on BBC One on 24th March.
Watch the brand new trailer for BBC's The Voice UK below: