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30 July 2012, 13:24 | Updated: 30 July 2012, 13:34
The 'Hall Of Fame' singer says he is "upset" the 'Price Tag' star won't be making a return to the reality series.
Danny O' Donoghue has seemingly confirmed that Jessie J will not be appearing on the next series of The Voice UK.
The Script front man reportedly told The People newspaper that he was "upset" the 'Domino' star wouldn't be returning for a second stint on the music reality show.
Both artists alongside Sir Tom Jones and Will.i.am made their debut on the show earlier this year, and Danny added that Jessie is a "brilliant role model" for young people.
"Jessie is incredibly articulate and she's headstrong. That sometimes can be misconstrued as being too arrogant," he admitted. "But she's a brilliant role model for young women."
He added: "I'm really sad she's not coming back. We have a great friendship."
Last week, Sir Tom Jones said he wanted all four judges to sign up for another series.
Meanwhile, Danny revealed that he and Will.i.am have spoken about making a return.
"I'd love to go back," he said. "I was talking to Will last week and we will definitely both be back on The Voice next series.
Will also features on The Script's new single 'Hall Of Fame' which is taken from their forthcoming new album.