Adam Levine Quitting 'The Voice' - Find Out Why He's Not Judging the Next Season

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By charmaine corne clutton | April 23, 2014 1:09 PM EST

Adam Levine, the hunky lead singer of commercially successful band Maroon 5 will be leaving "The Voice" and probably not be back for the next season. Reports came in after Levine's absence in the subsequent parts of the show after being interviewed by Hollywood Life.

On April 21, Levine cited during the first live show that he might not be returning to sit on the famous red chair as a judge in the hit talent show, "The Voice." The reasons to his "no-return" to the upcoming season are still ambiguous, although Hollywood Life posited it might have something to do with the hunky singer's other commitments.

"I've got to check my schedule," Levine told the news outlet when asked about the rumored leave of the tattooed front man of Maroon 5.

Apparently, there might be some extra workload he has to work on for the upcoming months making him less plausible to come back on the well-acclaimed talent show. What will Blake Shelton now do without his bromantic friend judge on the talent show?

CeeLo Green and Christina Aguilera have also taken time off the hit talent show, alternating between Usher and Shakira for consecutive seasons. Levine has always been a staple judge in the series.

Apparently, after a long time of being a permanent judge in the talent show, the hunk singer is ready to follow suit after his famous co-judges such as CeeLo Green and Christina Aguilera in taking leaves from "The Voice."

When Hollywood Life tried to ask the question on his rumored leave on the show again, the hunky singer answered with a playful, "I don't know...I have to check my schedule."

Meanwhile, the show is up for some great additions in the judging panel as Pharrell Williams, hit maker of songs such as "Happy," is joining Season 7. It has been reported also that the sexy mama and former "No Doubt" front singer Gwen Stefani is ready to judge the talent show as a replacement of Christina Aguilera. 

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