EXCLUSIVE: Marcia Hines reveals she’d be ‘honoured’ to return to Australian Idol – and why she thinks the Seven reboot will be successful
She was often known as the good, supportive choose on Australian Idol from 2003 to 2009.
And on Friday, Marcia Hines revealed she would be honoured if Channel Seven invited her to return for the upcoming reboot of the expertise present.
The American-born singer, 68, advised Daily Mail Australia on Friday: ‘If I have been requested, I might be honoured to return.’
Speaking out: Marcia Hines, 68, has revealed she would be ‘honoured’ to return to Australian Idol, which is being rebooted on Channel Seven subsequent yr
After 12 years off screens, Marcia is assured individuals will nonetheless need to watch Idol.
‘I would love to suppose Australian Idol, being the pioneer of all the music exhibits that now exist, remains to be in the hearts and minds of the normal public right here in Australia,’ she stated.
‘I’d name it a return of Idol and I can not see how it could be a foul factor.’
Nothing official: Marcia denied rumours she had already signed a contract. Pictured with fellow judges Ian ‘Dicko’ Dickson (left) and Mark Holden (proper)
Marcia stays hopeful Idol will not lose its integrity even when the format is modified to be nearer to The Voice, during which the judges have extra of a training function.
‘From the very begin it was authentic. If they have been to rejig it I don’t doubt they might have some nice new ideas up their sleeve,’ she stated.
It comes after Channel Seven confirmed Idol would be returning to screens in 2022.
Optimistic: Marcia stays hopeful Idol is not going to lose its integrity even when the format is modified to be nearer to The Voice, during which the judges have extra of a training function. Pictured: Rob Mills on Australian Idol in November 2003
Idol days: Marcia was a choose on all seven seasons of Australian Idol from 2003 to 2009. Pictured with Dicko (proper) Kyle Sandilands (left), who joined the sequence in 2005
Former choose Ian ‘Dicko’ Dickson stated in May he did not suppose bringing again the beloved sequence was idea.
‘To be sincere, they need to have second ideas,’ he advised the TV Reload podcast.
‘There’s no assure that as a result of it was an iconic tv present 18 years in the past, that it is going to do the business now,’ he stated.
It’s again! It comes after Channel Seven confirmed Idol would be returning to screens in 2022