Featuring the show’s eight finalists, including winner Leanne Mitchell, the tour was supposed to play major venues throughout the United Kingdom, including The O2-London, Glasgow’s S.E.C.C., the Liverpool Echo Arena and the Manchester Arena.

While the “The Voice” was hailed as the BBC’s “biggest hit in a decade,” according to London’s Telegraph newspaper, the program suffered a serious decline in ratings during its inaugural season, starting out with 11 million viewers for its first telecast but drawing only nine million by the time the show reached its finale.

Coaches for the first season of “The Voice” in the U.K. were Tom Jones, Will.i.am., Jessie J and Danny O’Donoghue.

But a canceled tour doesn’t necessarily mean curtains for the TV show.

“‘The Voice’ has broken all records for a new entertainment show on the BBC,” BBC One controller Danny Cohen said, according to the Telegraph.

“There are also inevitably things you learn in the first series of a big new show, and we are confident that ‘The Voice’ will return even stronger next year.”