Kylie Minogue has claimed she is still unsure whether she will rejoin The Voice for a second series, on the eve of the programme's grand final.
The singer is to play a number of live shows later this year and says she does not know how her performances would fit around the filming commitments.
In an interview for the Graham Norton Show on BBC One tonight (April 4), she said: "I don't know as of yet because I'm going on tour later in the year. But all I can say is that I enjoyed the experience and it's not over yet.
"As a life experience it's really been something. It challenged me and I know so much more about that type of thing than I did six months ago."
In tomorrow's Voice climax, her act Jamie Johnson faces Sally Barker, Christina Marie and Jermaine Jackman as they all compete for a record deal.
Kylie joined the series this year along with Kaiser Chiefs frontman Ricky Wilson, appearing alongside Sir Tom Jones and Will.i.am who have been coaches since the show began in 2012. The BBC is committed to a further two series of The Voice.
Single Kylie said she rarely gets propositioned for dates by potential suitors.
"All they have to do is ask, but not that many ask," she said.
But she admitted her team were looking out for her to ensure she did not hook up with the wrong men.
"I work a lot and I have a team, my people, and there are a few whispers down the corridor and it's stuff like that. It's not vetting, but you kind of have to have your eyes open. It's as awkward for me as it is for anyone."