With The Voice airing on Channel 7 in 2021, speculation about whether the coaches will remain the same has been circulating online.

On Wednesday, Guy Sebastian’s brother Chris revealed that the 39-year-old would definitely be returning as a coach.

“I’m going to say I’m 98 per cent sure he’s back. He’ll be back for it, yeah,” Chris, who won in 2020, told Who magazine.

He did admit that he had “no idea” about whether Delta Goodrem will be returning.

“I don’t know but I’ve got a gig with Delta in a week or two so I’ll ask her then but I’m not too sure,” the 32-year-old admitted.

Delta joined The Voice in its debut season in 2012, whereas Guy became a coach on the show in 2019.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, it’s unlikely Boy George and Kelly Rowland will be returning in 2021, as travel has been limited.

Although last month, Boy George admitted that he had “kindly” taken a pay cut from Channel 9 in order to secure a spot on the coaching panel in 2021.

“Truth is, I kindly took a pay cut from @TheVoiceAU because of the corona. I am also decent, and they agreed to have me next season,” the British singer tweeted.

“If I had known they would swap networks I still would have taken a financial hit because I’m decent and I never burn bridges!”

His comments came after New Idea reported that he and Kelly had been dumped from the show.

This article originally appeared on Over60.