Reggie Yates: I'm loving The Voice
Reggie Yates says he'd sign up for a new series of The Voice in an instant - and insists the show is going from "strength to strength".
The presenter, 28, said he paid no attention to the fall in viewing figures for the BBC One show.
"I love it. It's fantastic. It's doing pretty well and going from strength to strength," he said.
Reggie, who is helping to present the BBC's Olympics coverage, denied that there was any pressure on the presenters or coaches Jessie J, Sir Tom Jones, Will.i.am or Danny O'Donoghue, following the dip in viewing figures.
"The only pressure on us has come from us", he said.
"It's going from strength to strength. It's a fresh approach."
Asked if he'd sign up for another series, he said: "Hell yes, in capital letters. If I wasn't involved I'd certainly watch it."
He added of co-presenter Holly Willoughby: "I can't speak for Holly but I can't imagine her not wanting to do it."
Reggie added of the viewing figures: "I'm not even looking at the numbers. If you love telly, that's not what you look at."