THE Voice 2022 winner Anthonia Edwards has opened up about returning to her old job as she hit back at trolls who said the show was a fix.
The 25-year-old was crowned winner of the eleventh series of the ITV singing competition back in October.
Anthonia, who worked as a nurse before The Voice 2022, has embraced every minute of her new career making music full time.
The singer is keen to give her singing everything she's got before returning to her old job.
Speaking exclusively to The Sun, Anthonia said: "Health care is a huge part of my life and I absolutely love it.
"I love working with people, to find holistic solutions to their health issues.
"Right now, I think given the opportunity that I have, I’ve got to focus on it."
"But I think the door is always open."
Taking part in The Voice has changed Anthonia's life and has expressed how different it is.
"I'm on my own clock as opposed to heading towards my patients. I think it's now I have to tap into my creativity as an artist a bit more," she told us.
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"There is more performances, audience engagement, where I'm used to serving others, I'm not becoming the focus a bit more.
"I'm getting used to that."
It's been pretty much non stop for Anthonia, who was Team Tom, in recent weeks.
She appeared at the YorkMix Hero Awards last month, has done lots of live performances, and even returned to the studio to make music.
Moments after it was announced that Anthonia had won, some viewers slammed the show a 'fix' because of the voting system.
Hitting back at what they had said, Anthonia said: "Obviously I have nothing to do with the voting.
"I think the show is what it is and whoever won, I think people would have been upset.
"It's tricky because we couldn't do it live, so we had to do it in the way that we did.
"I don't think it's a fix, I just think that the outcome that people wanted, they didn't get, that's it.
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"Either way, whoever won, it would have been a tricky one and there would have been comments like that."
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