The Voice UK judge Olly Murs, 36, regularly interacts with his fans on Twitter during and after the show and tonight, he celebrated finalising his team on the show. The singer proudly showed off his final 10 contestants following weeks of auditions. Alongside a graphic of his team, he wrote: “Team completed Voice 2021 my chosen 10,” followed by their respective Twitter handles.
But, it appeared as though the coach got the year wrong and wrote 2020 instead.
The singer followed up his post saying he got confused with dates after filming the show in 2020.
Olly added: “2021 [laughing face] no edit button on this FFS in my defence we filmed it last year.”
Many of his 7.1 million followers flocked to his post to comment.
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A fan of the show suggested producers should instead introduce a “wildcard option” in which the coaches will be able to win back an act they didn’t turn around for.
Intrigued at the thought, Olly replied: “I like this idea.”
Last month, the singer addressed backlash about a “habit” of his that had been picked up by viewers.
Olly is a coach on the show alongside will.i.am, Anne-Marie and Sir Tom Jones.
To celebrate his two previous wins on the show, he posed on social media.