Fans will possibly be missing another "The Voice" resident coach judge in Season 7, guess who it will be? It's no other than crowd favorite coach Adam Levine! The Maroon 5 lead singer hinted about leaving the show's upcoming season at his recent guesting on "The Ellen DeGeneres" show.
He told the host and his fans an unsure answer when asked if he would be in next series of "The Voice." "I might be there, but who knows," the frontman said suggesting some other negotiation.
Ellen also asked Levine if he will soon be back on "The Voice" but the hunky singer has only this to say, "I...yeah, let me find out" and "I gotta find out. I usually ask the people what I am supposed to say."
Perhaps this uncertainty as to his next stint as judge for NBC's top-rated singing competition is brought by Levine's acting plans. The "Sexiest Man Alive" have his big screen debut in the film "Begin Again" co-starring Cee Lo Green, according to E! Online.
While many are excited about the rock star's latest career move, many still believe that with Adam's supposed absence from the show might cause a huge turn around. Besides missing out his "bromance" row with Blake Shelton, "The Voice" will also miss a passionate coach; one who never fails to share his expertise with the contestants, according to Hollywood Life.
Since "The Voice" Season, Levine has been one of the mainstays of the show, and crowd-magnet at that. Besides the rising rock artist, the show will also be replacing Cee Lo Green with Happy singer Pharrell Williams.
This was confirmed by Paul Telegdy on the Hollywood Reporter. The news of replacing the "Forget You" singer came after his arrest for illegal drugs recently. Cee Lo also revealed departing from the show on "The Ellen DeGeneres" show weeks after Levine made his guesting.
Surely "The Voice" will bring in new flavours for fans in the next season. It has been reported that aside from Williams, Gwen Stefani might be joining Blake Shelton and the rest of the resident judges in Season 7.