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The Voice's Jessica Mauboy spills on the backstage 'diva' antics

Jessica Mauboy has opened up about the coaches relationships on the hit reality show.

Jessica Mauboy has spilt the tea on some behind-the-scene antics on The Voice, as the blind auditions heat up on screen.

Fresh from releasing her new song 'Give Me Love', a duet with fellow The Voice coach Jason Derulo, an always-smiling Jess opened up about her touring plans, new album, and being a coach on the hit reality show on The Morning Show.

Host Larry Edmur pushed Jess to spill on the behind-the-scenes antics of The Voice, joking with her about her relationship with fellow coaches Jason, Guy Sebastian, and Rita Ora.

Jason Derulo, Guy Sebastian, Jessica Mauboy, Rita Ora on set of The Voice Australia.
There's nothing but love between the 2023 coaches of The Voice. Photo: Seven

"You all hate each other, right?" Larry asked. "When you get to the car park after the show, are you slashing Derulo's tyres?"

Jessica vehemently stated there was nothing but love amongst the coaches of The Voice.

"It's probably the happiest behind the scenes ever," Jess started, before Larry asked her to give them "something".

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"Look, probably, exhaustion sometimes comes over, the major emotions that we gain from the artists, we do take that on board. There are moments when we do need our time away in our pods," she shared.

"That's probably the only diva behaviour you ever see."

Jessica chatted about her collab with Jason and how it came about after she had shown him the new track while they were filming the show.

"Sharing the song with him after one of the filming days, instantly, his words were to me 'you have lived in this song'," Jessica said.

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After being moved by the song, Jason said he couldn't "deny it" and within two days had put vocals down on the track.

Jessica then talked about her fifth studio album, Yours Forever, coming out next year

"It's a new era for me, things I've never said to myself out loud to myself before," Jess shared. "There's a lot of painful stuff in there, it's confronting but it's empowering that I am in a new space and I could put that in a place that felt safe."

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