“It’s a tough question,” he replied. “They’re just different shows. We do blind auditions. We’re coaches, they’re judges. We do blind auditions they do open auditions. They speak to the contestants, we don’t. We do the battle rounds, they don’t. We’re just very different.”
However, it’s clear to see from Murs’ love of the show that he’s clearly in The Voice UK camp now, having joined the show as a coach last year.
“I made no secret about wanting to do it again,” he added. “I had loads of offers of different things. But The Voice was always the one that I wanted. I love the show very much. It’s fantastic and it’s great to be here.”
And it’s Murs’ close friendship with fellow coaches Will.I.Am, Jennifer Hudson and Tom Jones that makes his time on The Voice UK so special to him.
“If they weren’t there I wouldn’t be doing it,” he said. “I just love the vibe we’ve got. It’s a weird, exciting chemistry that we have. I wanted to keep that.’