Adam Levine is reportedly leaving 'The Voice'. Alleged timeline revealed
The Maroon 5 frontman is speculated to take some time off of The Voice after the end of Season 15.
Radar Online recently reported that there have been allegations of Adam Levine having the freedom to leave The Voice after Season 15 if he wishes to do so.
Inquisitr suggested that the former media outlet claimed that Levine signed a new contract with NBC stating that will stay on the show until the end of the next installment.
It could mean that Levine has the choice to be on a hiatus or perhaps leave the show for good after they finish filming in December 2018.
There are no confirmations yet and Levine can still be a member of the panel if ever he signs a new contract with the network for the following seasons after the 15th.
The allegations concerning his temporary or permanent exit sparked after Levine’s wife, Behati Prinsloo, gave birth to their second child, Gio Grace, in February 2018.
Understandably, Levine would want to spend more time with his family since The Voice takes quite a bit of his time since it airs every Monday and Tuesday on NBC.
Although, Radar Online stated that this may not be the case. A source told the publication that Levine does not plan on quitting anytime soon.
The source claimed, “The producers know that Adam is the reason that so many fans tune in every week and they are not going to risk losing viewers.”
Both Levine and NBC are yet to make a statement regarding the contract issue.
Levine previously talked about leaving The Voice although he clarified that if he ever does leave the show, it wouldn’t be temporary.
Most past coaches would likely take some time off and come back after a season or two. Levine and Blake Shelton are the only two coaches who have been on every episode of The Voice.