Christina Aguilera might quit The Voice before its third season, but Adam Levine, who joins for season two, says the rumors are false.
The new season begins in January, but there’s been a lot of unconfirmed reports that the producers are planning to fire Aguilera for season three.
30-year-old recording artist has signed on for a second season of the hit show The Voice, which is set to premiere on February 5th of 2012.
However, Christina’s camp denies the reports and says she is in no danger of being fired from her position as a coach and the contestants back her up 100 percent.
The report promising that Aguilera was on her way out after the upcoming second season cited sources who claim she doesnâ€™t live up to her coaching duties.
Ex-Idol contestant turned The Voice phenom Frenchie Davis says Aguilera “really gives a damn” about the contestants she coaches, contrary to the rumors that she doesnâ€™t care and fails to spend any quality time with them.
Aguilera is under contract for the second season of the singing competition. There’s been no evidence to suggest she is going to be fire. In fact, it’s far from it, since it’s based on hearsay and rumors.
NBC will air the premiere of the competition right after the Super Bowl, a strong vote of confidence for the showâ€™s sophomore season. Cee Lo Green, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton will all join Aguilera in the coaching chairs.