‘The Voice’ Season 10 Christina Aguilera Quits to Join ‘American Idol’ Reboot?

"The Voice" coach Christina Aguilera

The drama on”The Voice” Season 10 continues as Christina Aguilera allegedly exits the show to join “American Idol” reboot.

The “Beautiful” singer is said to be considering being a judge in the other reality singing competition, as per OK! Magazine. “It’s not that unlikely we could see another ‘American Idol’ season because the ratings this year are better than they’ve been in years,” a source said.

Since the latest season gathered better ratings than the previous ones, there are rumors surrounding Fox Studios that they will continue the show and it might have four judges. The final decision about adding more seasons will be out in a few more weeks.

Previously, Aguilera is allegedly axed from “The Voice” because of her furious attitude towards co-judges Blake Shelton and his girlfriend, Gwen Stefani. The lovebirds first met on the show and their PDA allegedly bags more benefits to the competition.

“Producers want the two of them to give fans a full-on love-fest this season…they are going to throw in huge bonuses for exclusives, such as on-air duets, engagements, etc,” a source told Radar Online, quotes Inquistr.

For that, Aguilera is said to throw tantrums, claiming that the spotlight should be returned to her. She allegedly said that the No Doubt singer has no vocal talent and she does not deserve to be a judge or Shelton’s team adviser.

Her exit became more plausible when Miley Cyrus confirmed her participation in “The Voice” Season 11 as one of the new judges, along with “No One” singer Alicia Keys. This is going to be the first time that the reality contest will have two new female judges.

But it has been reported previously as well that Stefani will not be around in Season 11. The reason cited are she and Aguilera will have other things to take care first before returning to the show.

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