'The Voice UK' Bosses Give Emma Willis 'An Offer She Can't Refuse' Amid Fears Host Will Leave For ITV

07/04/2014 11:36 | Updated 07 April 2014

'The Voice' producers are reportedly determined to pull out all the stops to ensure Emma Willis returns to present the show when it returns for its fourth series next year.

Emma hosts the singing competition alongside fomer JLS singer Marvin Humes, and the two have been praised by critics for breathing new life into the show when they took over presenting duties for the third series.

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'The Voice' presenter Emma Willis

Show bosses are now worried that they may lose Emma to ITV, with The Mirror claiming that producers would be willing to shell out a hefty sum to make sure she stays put.

The BBc team are apparently worried that Emma is a key contender to fill in for Holly Willoughby when she goes on maternity leave from 'This Morning' later this year.

Emma already presents from 'The Hub' on the daytime show, in addition to her role as host of 'Celebrity Big Brother' on Channel 5.

It was reported back in March that Kylie Minogue - who also joined 'The Voice' this year, along with Kaiser Chiefs frontman Ricky Wilson - may not be able to return to be a mentor, as filming dates clash with her forthcoming tour.

However, producers have already said that they are willing to accommodate Kylie's schedule should she want to come back as a judge on the singing competition.

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