Speaking at a BAFTA session today, BBC One controller Charlotte Moore suggested that the new additions to the line-up will shake up the singing competition.
"We've got the new Voice coming back with a really exciting line-up," she said. "We've got Kylie Minogue and Ricky Wilson joining Sir Tom Jones and will.i.am, and that's giving the whole show a really different feel."
Moore also suggested that the series will continue to develop, saying: "Of course, it's carrying on the great work that The Voice has already done, but actually we're moving it into a new era."
Former coach Jessie J has previously praised the appointment of Minogue, telling Digital Spy: "Kylie will be able to teach them things that I couldn't. I think it's really important that it changes."
The show's revamp also extends to its hosts, as Holly Willoughby and Reggie Yates have been replaced by Big Brother's Emma Willis and JLS star Marvin Humes.
The Voice is expected to return for its third series in January.