Adam Levine ran away from $ 30 million in his surprising exit from The Voice after 16 seasons on an NBC basis
Adam Levine ran away from around $ 30 million in his surprising exit from The Voice last week, after 16 seasons on NBC basis.
Sources told The Hollywood Reporter Thursday that his contract was for two additional seasons for about $ 30 million, since he had made around $ 14 million for his last season on the series.
Insiders have told the publication Levine has been & # 39; increasingly anxious & # 39; to leave the series, noting that the recording schedule of The Voice is scanty between shoots and live shows.
The latest: Adam Levine, 40, walked away from around $ 30 million in his surprising exit from The Voice last week, after 16 seasons on NBC staple
Levine & # 39; s chilly stance at the show's show for NBC & # 39; s Upfronts May 13 played no role in his departure, sources told THR, adding that his exit from the & # 39; friendly & # 39; with a view to possible future projects.
The departure of the artist announced by the Girls Like You was announced in the Today show on Friday, when Carson Daly announced that Gwen Stefani would take Levines seat during the coming season.
The singer of The Will Be Loved, 40, said in an Instagram post that his time on the show was a life-shaping experience that will be close to his heart forever & # 39; after his departure was announced Friday, adding that & # 39; it was time to continue. & # 39;
The Maroon 5 singer had appeared on the show since the 2011 debut, as he was a member of the original quartet of artists in the NBC competition, alongside Christina Aguilera, Blake Shelton and CeeLo Green.
Gone: The Girls Like You The farewell leave of the artist was announced on Friday in the Today show
Shocker: The Girls Like You The farewell development of the artist was announced in the Today show on Friday. He was taken in Atlanta and played in the Super Bowl in February
Unrelated: Levine & # 39; s chilly stance at the show's show for NBC & # 39; s Upfronts in NYC May 13 (alongside Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson and John Legend) played no role in his departure, sources told THR
The show has turned talent with coaches, with Stefani, Kelly Clarkson, John Legend and Pharrell in stints.
The Moves Like Jagger singer, who shares daughters Dusty Rose, two and Grace, one with wife Behati Prinsloo (31), was previously advertised as one of the 17 season jury members of the program, alongside Clarkson, Legend and Shelton.
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