The Voice viewers fear for coaches after spotting big issue with their outfitsMarch 2, 2019
The Voice viewers have revealed their fears for the coaches after spotting a big issue with their outfits.
Will.i.am, Jennifer Hudson, Sir Tom Jones and Ollie Murs returned to our screens tonight for another round of Battles.
The coaches were forced to make some tough decisions as their acts faced-off against each other for a place in the next round.
But viewers were actually more concerned about what the four celebrity coaches were wearing.
They were worried that there wasn’t a very large clothes budget as they were all in the same outfits as last week.
The Voice viewers took to Twitter with their concerns for the coaches.
One viewer said: "These poor judges, obviously need a raise to get more outfits, it’s a dam shame they only 2 wardrobe changes since the start of #TheVoiceUK"
"There isn’t a very large clothes budget for the coaches Two outfits for each since it began," added another.
A third said: "They’re just pulling another all-nighter."
The Voice bosses are clearly aware of the issue as the official Twitter account has been mocking viewers who have called the outfits into question.
Last week, they tweeted: "PSA: They will be wearing these outfits for the next three (3) weeks. Don’t @ us."
The Battle round are all filmed on the same day, which is why the coaches are in the same outfits.
They were also in the same clothes for all of the Blind Auditions earlier on in the series before changing for the Battle rounds.
It seemed the warning was not enough as a similarly hilarious message was posted at the start of tonight’s show.
"Get ready to ask why they’re wearing the same outfits again, because it’s time for a brand new ep of #TheVoiceUK," they tweeted.
The four coaches will be in the same outfits for one more week of Battle rounds.
So it’s likely that there will be the same comments coming again next week.
They will then change every week when the live shows begin.
*The Voice airs on Saturdays on ITV at 8pm
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