The singing competition has only just wrapped up on BBC, but already there is talk of who will take over those spinning red chairs as it makes its channel move to ITV next year.
And hoping her name is in the running, Rachel seems to have her eye on the coaching lineup.
She already has experience on the show, as she is currently coaching on the Irish version of The Voice, alongside The Saturdays' Una Healy, Niall Breslin and Westlife's Kian egan.
Speaking to The Sun, Rachel said: "Having the experience on The Voice with the live element has given me a real taste for it. It's been an amazing experience and a real learning curve with the mentoring side.."
"I would definitely be up for doing the UK version," she added. "They change it quite regularly, but yeah. It will be all change for ITV."
It was revealed in November last year that The Voice will be jumping ship to ITV, as part of a three year deal that will include a spinoff show on ITV2 and a two-series contract for The Voice Kids.
Already Rita Ora has been rumoured to be returning as a coach for 2017, and hosts Emma Willis and Marvin Humes have revealed they are yet to find out if they will be kept on.
They hosted the last series of the show, that saw Paloma Faith, Boy George, Ricky Wilson and will.i.am complete the coaching lineup.
Ricky came out on top this time round, as his act and former Liberty X star Kevin Simm was crowned the winner of The Voice 2016.
Following his win, Kevin exclusively told Reveal: "To be honest, I was shocked. I was really shocked. It was such a long day. I was shocked just to get through to the final two because obviously the talent with the three other guys was just unreal. It was one of those moments where my mind just went a bit blank really and it's sort of been like that for the last couple of days."
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