The brunette currently hosts the primetime talent show with Marvin Humes but revealed on today's ITV's This Morning that she doesn't know if she'll be travelling with the programme to BBC as she hasn't been asked.
"I don't know; I would if they ask me but they haven't!" she said.
Emma, 39, had previously said: "We know nothing. We don't know if we've still got jobs. Anything can happen can't it? Shows go to new channels and people like to make changes so you just haven't got a clue. All we know right now is that we have done the absolute best job and series for the next one that we can and we are looking forward to the live shows, and who knows? Basically we haven't got a clue."
She said she's just looking forward to the new series starting this Saturday night, with brand new judges Boy George and Paloma Faith joining will.i.am and Ricky Wilson in those big red chairs.
"It's exciting. It feels fresh and fun and new again. They've given it a great energy and they are feisty. George, I thought... I would read stuff he puts on Twitter and know of him that he had a sharp tongue and didn't know how he would be, but he's been really nurturing with [the contestants] and he really cares. Paloma is the same."
In November, Peter Fincham, Director of Television at ITV, said: "ITV is the natural home of big entertainment so we are thrilled that The Voice and The Voice Kids are both joining our family alongside brilliant shows like The X Factor, Britain's Got Talent, Saturday Night Takeaway and I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here."