Will “The Voice” have to look for new judges for Season 11? Did Miley Cyrus really quit the show after her feud with co-judge Adam Levine?
According to US Weekly, Cyrus did not get along with the Maroon 5 frontman last season. The two singers reportedly “totally butted heads” off screen.
“They both have short attention spans,” an insider told US Weekly. “They find each other annoying. Adam would get agitated when Miley would interrupt him, and she enjoyed getting under his skin.” The “Wrecking Ball” songstress appeared on the show’s season 10 as a key adviser. Levine, on the other hand, has been a coach on “The Voice” since 2011. So, did their feud really make Cyrus want to quit the NBC talent search? According to Hollywood Life, Cyrus is still set to appear next season as earlier announced.
It was previously reported that the “Adore You” singer will step into Christina Aguilera’s spot as judge come Season 11. “Girl on Fire” singer Alicia Keys is also set to join Cyrus and Levine as judge next season. Meanwhile, Cyrus has reportedly gotten along with the show’s other veteran judge, Blake Shelton. “Blake and Miley got along extremely well!” the source told US Weekly.
Producers of “The Voice” are also excited for Cyrus to be a judge on their show next season. “The Voice has probably seen every singer out there. The pool of singers that try out for The Voice or American Idol is saturated. A lot of people come back and try multiple times to be a part of the show,” a source told Hollywood Life. “But Mark Burnett, among many reasons, feels that Miley is going to spark interest in singers young and old and quirky, that may have never applied before. It should add an amazing element to what The Voice already offers.”