The Voice to be given complete overhaul…as Jessie J and Sir Tom Jones quit the judging panel after just one series
12:34 GMT, 23 July 2012
It suffered a dip in ratings towards the end of its debut series.
But it would appear The Voice has now been beset by another major problem.
Despite only having sat on the show's judging panel for just one series, both Jessie J and Sir Tom Jones are reported to have bowed out of their roles.
It's over: Jessie J has reportedly quit The Voice due to her forthcoming UK tour clashing with the dates for the second season of the show
The Domino singer is believed to have quit due to the fact that her forthcoming UK tour clashes with filming dates for the second season of the BBC One talent series.
But insiders have claimed the 24-year-old star angered show bosses with her diva-like behaviour, huge entouage and refusal to do publicity.
Jessie also attracted widespread criticism when she told chat show host Graham Norton that she didn't even bother watching the show.
Unsure: Sir Tom Jones is said to be debating his future on the talent show
A source told the Daily Mirror: 'Jessie J is only young. I hope in a few years she looks back on the way she behaved during the show and cringes.'
Meanwhile, despite winning the first series of The Voice with his contestant Leanne Mitchell, Sir Tom's manager son Mark has reportedly advised him against taking part in a second season.
Speaking with comedian Rob Brydon on his new BBC2 chat show, the Sex Bomb hitmaker admitted there are a few details which need to be 'ironed out' before he commits to sitting on the judging panel again.
The Voice: (L-R) Jessie J, Danny O'Donoghue, will.i.am and Sir Tom Jones
He said: 'I think I will do another series. We are talking about it now. But there are a couple of things that need to be ironed out.
'One of the things I said I need to know is who the other coaches are, because I don’t want to be sitting there with somebody that I don’t admire or particularly like… there are a few of them!
'Hopefully, we will have the same four coaches.'
Re-vamp: BBC bosses are said to be considering extending the blind audition stage of the competition in a bid to claw back ratings
BBC bosses are now said to be desperate to make changess to the 22million show in the hope of rescuing the format after ratings nosedived from 12.1million to a low of 5.1million in week 10.
Producers are reportedly open to talks with potential replacements to join will.i.am and Danny O'Donoghue on the panel, and are considering running the blind auditions stage of the competition for longer and extending the popular battle rounds segment.
MailOnline has contacted representatives for both Tom and Jessie for comment.
Demanding: Jessie J allegedly angered bosses with her diva-like behaviour and huge entourage