Christina Aguilera appeared to be loving her role as judge and mentor on The Voice.
But according to one report, looks were deceiving, and NBC is already planning to not invite the pop star back for a third season of the hit show, citing her lack of involvement with her team and other questionable behavior on the set.
Could it be?
Contrary to the report of Xtina not being a team player, it sure seemed as if the “Beautiful” artist had taken a mother-hen role with her flock of aspiring stars.
After Aguilera had plucked her out of American Idol-castoff purgatory to compete on The Voice, Frenchie Davis told E! News that viewers would be “pleasantly surprised” to find out just how much the singer cared about the contestants.
“I get the feeling that she really gives a damn about helping us evolve into better singers, better performers,” Davis said. “And every interaction I have with her, I walk away loving her just a little bit more.”
The second season of The Voice, featuring the return of host Carson Daly, Aguilera, Cee Lo Green, Blake Shelton and Adam Levine, premieres on Feb. 5, following NBC’s coverage of Super Bowl XLVI—aka, a network’s ultimate vote of confidence.
by NATALIE FINN