Anne-Marie has reportedly been axed from 'The Voice'.

Anne-Marie is reportedly leaving 'The Voice' alongside Olly Murs

Anne-Marie is reportedly leaving 'The Voice' alongside Olly Murs

After Olly Murs, 39, revealed he had been let go as a coach from the ITV spinning-chair talent show, it's been reported that the 32-year-old pop star - who joined the show in 2021 - also won't be returning on the panel alongside and Sir Tom Jones next year.

A source told The Sun newspaper's Bizarre column: "Anne-Marie has loved being part of the show but producers want to give the series a refresh.

"ITV wants to ensure that the show pulls in teens, so they are always looking at who is hot in the music world."

A spokesperson from the broadcaster told OK!: "The Voice UK returns to ITV1 and ITVX for a brand new series on Saturday 4th November at 8:25 pm featuring coaches, Sir Tom Jones, Anne-Marie and Olly Murs. Details of the 2024 series will be confirmed in due course."

'Up' singer Olly is “gutted” to be leaving after six years.

He told The Sun: “I’m gutted. I got the call last week to say I won’t be back on the show, and it’s a bit of a shock, to be honest. I didn’t really expect that to come.

“But I don’t want to sit here like other artists might, and shine and gloss this up and say, ‘It was my decision’. I don’t want to do that.

“I don’t want to bulls*** my fans or bulls*** people who watch the show, and say, ‘Oh, it was an amicable decision to leave – I’ve got lots of things on next year, I can’t do it any more’.

“No. Genuinely, I accept their ­decision, and they’ll find someone great, I’m sure. But am I going to miss it? Yeah.

“Did I want to leave? No. Will I still watch the show? Of course, but it’ll be sore thinking that could have been me… .”

He’s been dropped despite mentoring two singers to victory on the show.

Olly added: “I still have a great ­relationship with ITV and I don’t actually think it was their decision as such – it was probably more (the production company) Talpa.

“They told my team they’re looking at new people. I don’t know if anyone knows yet, but I will really miss Tom, especially as I got very close to him.

“I’m going to miss drinking champagne after the show with him and chatting life stories but hopefully if he reads this, he might get in touch.

“I loved ‘The Voice’ and will always remember my first day on the set — how nervous I was, sitting in that big, red scary chair.

“But I felt I took to it like a duck to water and really just enjoyed it. I am really going to miss it.

“I loved the people behind the scenes, the coaches, everyone involved, so I am absolutely gutted not to be doing it again but you have to move on, don’t you?

“I’ve had knockbacks in my career before, I will be fine. Something exciting will come along.

“But this year has been such a year of positives for me, I always thought something bad might come around… and I guess this is