Jessie J's still banging on about how she's only interested in celebrating talent and not in creating Saturday night entertainment.
"I do think sadly, that people have got addicted to talent shows where people get laughed at and destroyed on stage," she complained to The Sun. "I'm not someone that wants to do that. I want to celebrate talent."
Seemingly forgetting about Sam Buttery, she went on: "There was no comedy act [on The Voice]. It was not for pure entertainment."
Well she's certainly got that right.
With the "it's all about the voice" mantra ringing in her ears, she concluded: "It was about vocals and talent and that's something that sometimes there isn't anything to criticise."
When asked if she might return to The Voice next year, she said she's "keeping her options open". So that's a "no" then.