THE Voice UK’s Emma Willis sent viewers wild tonight in a plunging red dress. The presenter looked sensational in the floor-length gown in
THE Voice UK’s Emma Willis sent viewers wild tonight in a plunging red dress.
The presenter looked sensational in the floor-length gown in the show’s tense finale on ITV.
The Voice UK host Emma Willis stunned in a red dress tonight[/caption]
Viewers took to Twitter to compliment Emma, 44, and her classy look, as one said: “Damn Emma”
Another wrote on the site: “Emma looking like a snack”
As one more raved: “EMMA LOOKS SO PRETTY”
The Voice host opened up about talent shows in an interview with The Sun, and admitted they won’t create huge stars again as “those days are over”.
The star glammed up for the final[/caption]
In an exclusive interview, the 44-year-old said: “I love finding people who are talented and can sing — because I sound like a cat when I sing. So I’m in awe of people who’ve got a good voice.
“The coaches tried to get me to sing once. It was not going to happen. If I sang, people would literally run away. Can you imagine me singing in front of Tom Jones?”
Her karaoke song of choice? “Living On A Prayer by Bon Jovi — you really have to go for it. If I’m on a night out, I think I’m pretty good. But only I think that.
Bethzienna Williams (left) and Molly Hocking, who won The Voice UK 2019, with Emma[/caption]
“It’s a crowd-pleaser. Everyone joins in and they can’t really hear what you sound like. That’s my top trick.”
No winner has yet bagged a No1 single, unlike past champs of Pop Idol and The X Factor.
Emma said: “I think the days of JLS and One Direction and the success they got from this kind of show are long gone.
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“If success is getting a No1 (record), that’s one thing. But a lot of people want to make music their living and that doesn’t necessarily mean topping the charts.
“It depends how you measure success. Plenty of people from the show have gone on to make music their career.”