The Voice of an Angel singer, who previously appeared as a judge on Andrew Lloyd Webber's Over The Rainbow, has been approached by the BBC.
Church has not signed yet, but the broadcaster is hopeful it can land her before the series starts in 2012, reports The Sun.
Her appointment is likely to rule out a spot on the judging panel for Cheryl Cole as they once famously had a war of words in the press.
"Cheryl won't be pleased to learn that Charlotte is up for The Voice," a source told the newspaper. "She's keen on doing it as it will be a sensational return to UK telly after her humiliation on The X Factor.
"But there's way too much bad blood between her and Charlotte, they'd just end up arguing all the time."
After the pair first exchanged insults, Church said in 2007 that she hopes "Cheryl lives happily ever after".
Church also suggested that Cole had "no backbone" after taking back her then-husband Ashley after he was first accused of infidelity.
In 2009, Church revealed that the pair had never met and admitted that "it would probably be a bit strained" because of their public falling-out, but she also added that "most of it was blown out of proportion by the press and it was such a long time ago".
The Voice will air on BBC One in early 2012. Robbie Williams and Dannii Minogue have also been linked to judging panel spots on the show.
The US version of The Voice features Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Green, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton on its judging panel.
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