Adam Levine’s abrupt exit from NBC’s The Voice has the rumor mill turning.
After 16 seasons, Levine announced his departure from the singing competition series Friday.
However, the Maroon 5 frontman’s lengthy goodbye announcement comes roughly two weeks after the NBC Upfronts showcase, when it seemed he was all set to appear. So what happened?
然而，在NBC 下季節目單展示大約兩周之后，這位Maroon 5主唱發布了冗長的告別，似乎是早已經準備好的。究竟發生了什么事？
Levine reportedly wasn’t happy with all the rule changes The Voice was undergoing.
Due to a rule change after season 15, each coach didn’t automatically go to the Live Playoffs with the same number of team members, and by the time the semifinals rolled around Levine had zero singers left under his direction.
His frustration bubbled over during the taping of these semifinals. Sources told Page Six that Levine was “very difficult” during the taping and offered no feedback to the other judges’ team members.
Levine’s discontentment with the show was allegedly further displayed at the NBC Upfronts presentation, where he sang at what a source described as an “emotionless” performance alongside his fellow judges Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, and John Legend.
萊文對節目的不滿據稱在NBC 的演講中得到了進一步的展示，在那里他與其他幾位評委Blake Shelton、Kelly Clarkson和John Legend一起演唱了一個被稱為“毫無感情”的表演。
His performance allegedly ruffled feathers with the co-chairman of NBC Entertainment, Paul Telegdy, according to an unnamed source who spoke to Page Six. Refinery29 has reached out to reps for both Levine and NBC.
據一位不愿透露姓名的消息人士透露，NBC娛樂公司聯合主席Paul Telegdy抨擊了他的所作所為。 Refinery29已經聯系了萊文和NBC的代表。