Pop diva Christina Aguilera revealed the truth about her departure from The Voice while she was promoting her latest album.
As reported by LA Times, Christina Aguilera left the NBC singing competition as a voice coach because she felt disconnected from the concept and didn't enjoy being in the environment.
Aguilera was a coach on The Voice from 2011 and 2016. In the interview, she discussed various topics including her short sabbatical from music, her new album, Liberation, and the upcoming tour.
The Ain't No Other Man singer admitted that the blind audition concept intrigued her as it provided an opportunity for everybody to get on the stage without worrying about their appearance.
She revealed that she experienced things on the set that she couldn't agree with and did not enjoy working in such an environment.
She revealed that she experienced things on the set that she couldn't agree with and did not enjoy working in such an environment. Read more about Christina Aguilera on our Twitter account @amomama_usa.
Although it was the blind audition that interested her, Aguilera noticed that all of the participants were good-looking. She implied that the creators of the show didn't use the concept.
It wasn't the first time, Aguilera discussed the show. In an interview with the W Magazine, Aguilera clarified that she did not quit the show because of any specific person.
As reported by Pop Culture, it was rumored that Aguilera exited The Voice as she did not like the show focusing on the relationship between Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani.
Aguilera explained that she was happy for Shelton and Stefani, who successfully found love in a chaotic environment, but did not want to be a part of a show that focused on being very commercial with its approach towards art.
Aguilera's latest album, Liberation, marks her return in the music industry. Her last album titled Lotus came out in 2012.