Shown in between the Strictly Come Dancing final on Saturday (19 December), viewers saw the four coaches on screen together for the first time...
With the tagline 'true originals demand originality', Boy George, Paloma Faith, Ricky Wilson and will.i.am are seen telling a frazzled set designer what chair they'd like to sit in for the new series.
Will.i.am demands "tomorrow's futurism", Paloma Faith wants "Hollywood glamour" and "swans that cry crystal tears", Ricky Wilson is after a more "classic" feel and Boy George seeks a "mystical" piece of furniture, that's still "a little bit shallow".
Not asking much then!
At the end of the trailer, as the four coaches sit in their newly-adorned chairs, will.i.am's space-age chair is described as "a bit over the top" by caustic Boy George.
Fans were quick to share their opinion on the trailer, with one saying: "Paloma as the new female coach... Best choice they could ever have made... The show worth watching for her alone... I'm sure Boy George will add some spark too."
Another Paloma fan added: "Can't wait to see the queen Paloma Faith on The Voice. Love her."
One TV fan wrote: "Such a good idea having Boy George. Unlike The X Factor, The Voice is actually about music and talent. Not just modified voices and a face they can sell."
Last year's series was won by Scotsman Stevie McCrorie, who gained the public affection with his single 'Lost Stars'.
The next series, which begins in January, will be the fifth to be shown by the BBC.
Last month, it was confirmed that this will be The Voice's last series on the channel after it was 'poached' by another broadcaster, thought to be ITV.
We wish you a merry Christmas and a happy new... VOICE. pic.twitter.com/iVm97Ojuur— BBC The Voice UK (@BBCTheVoiceUK) December 18, 2015
Mark Linsey, acting director of BBC Television, said in a statement: "The BBC is incredibly proud of The Voice, but the fifth series which starts in January will be our last.
"We always said we wouldn't get into a bidding war or pay inflated prices to keep the show, and it's testament to how the BBC has built the programme up - and established it into a mainstay of the Saturday night schedule - that another broadcaster has poached it."
See the trailer for The Voice UK 2016 below:
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