Singing talent show "The Voice" and spin-off "The Voice Kids" will be coming to ITV in 2017, it has been announced.

A three-year deal will see the show, which is currently broadcast on BBC, appear on the main ITV channel.

It also includes an ITV2 spin-off show, and two-series commitment to make The Voice Kids.

The judge and presenter line-up for the fifth and final series of 'The Voice' on the BBC Credit: PA

The show, where singers take part in blind auditions in front of "superstar" coaches, has become a global phenomenon.

300m

people watch the record-breaking show in 180 countries

55m

Facebook fans and more than 10 million Twitter followers

Singers perform for well-known musical 'coaches' in blind auditions in the initial stages of the show. Credit: BBC

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.

ITV director of television, Peter Fincham.

John de Mol, Talpa founder and creator of The Voice, said he was "delighted that The Voice has found a new home at ITV".

With the addition of The Voice Kids we are excited about working with ITV in 2017 to develop and expand The Voice experience for the UK audience after completing what we think will be a fantastic upcoming season on the BBC, who have been a great partner.

John de Mol, founder of The Voice