The Voice loser Joelle on X Factor and working with will.i.am

14:56 16 May 2012

Joelle Moses with her mentor will.i.am

Joelle Moses with her mentor will.i.am

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The Voice UK loser Joelle Moses spoke of her hopes of working with Black Eyed Peas hitmaker, will.i.am

Londoner Moses also hailed the show over rival The X Factor - in which she reached boot camp in 2008.

Last weekend, Moses was one of four contestents sent home from the BBC talent search.

She revealed afterwards that Voice coach will.i.am and she spoke about hooking up in the future.

“People can look forward to hearing a lot more from me.”

That exit echoed her fate four years ago on the X Factor – except for one thing.

“The people on The Voice are lovely and show you much more respect,” Joelle said.

“I’m just looking forward to the next stage of my career. My performance was alright, but it wasn’t me at my best.

“I had less time that everyone else and I wasn’t well in the past week,” she insisted.

“It wasn’t my worst ever, but it wasn’t my best. I have to keep positive, I guess,” she told DigitalSpy.

The Voice continues on BBC One this weekend.

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