The Voice UK has suffered another blow as poor ticket sales mean the tour has been cancelled.
It seems like The Voice UK has had nothing but bad news as the series came to an end.
First of all, The Voice UK's viewing figures, which started spectacularly and even beat Britain's Got Talent, dropped considerably as the show neared its conclusion.
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Then, The Voice UK 2012 winner Leanne Mitchell released a download version of her debut single after landing a deal with Universal, but her song failed to achieve a good chart position.
Now, the 11-date The Voice UK tour has been cancelled, as fans just didn't buy enough tickets for the live gigs in London, Liverpool, Cardiff, Glasgow, Manchester, Brighton, Aberdeen and Sheffield.
The Voice UK's eight finalists Leanne Mitchell, Bo Bruce, Vince Kidd, Becky Hill, Max Milner, Jaz Ellington, Tyler James and Ruth Brown will no longer hit the road together.
A spokeswoman for the tour told PA: "Unfortunately, The Voice UK Live has been cancelled due to lack of ticket sales - customers are advised to contact their point of purchase for ticket refunds."
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BBC1 boss Danny Cohen has defended the show and said they would "learn" from the experiences of the first series.
Danny Cohen said: "The Voice has broken all records for a new entertainment show on the BBC. There are also inevitably things you learn in the first series of a big new show, and we are confident that The Voice will return even stronger next year."
It's not clear if Sir Tom Jones, Danny O'Donoghue, Jessie J and Will.i.am will all return next time.