The Voice coach Adam Levine is rumored to be leaving the reality television show after the end of Season 10 as he wants to devote more time to his wife, Behati Prinsloo, who is expecting.
The Maroon 5 frontman ?has had enough of The Voice,? according to a source close to the singer, who added that Levine is ready to go out on a high note and ?make this his final season.?
Levine returned along with Blake Shelton for The Voice 2016 which kicked off its 10th season last February 29. The two have been on every season of the reality TV show and Levine?s departure will be quite disappointing for fans since their onscreen banter is what made the show quite lovable.
He is apparently leaving the show for his wife Prinsloo, who reportedly is three to four months pregnant, and Levine is ?over the moon? about his impending fatherhood.
Levine, 36, and the Victoria’s Secret angel, 26, have had babies on their minds since they wed in 2014. Just a month after their lavish July 2014 wedding ceremony in Mexico, Levine had revealed that he and his wife were eager to start a family.
?We?re definitely going to do it,” the Sugar singer said at the time during a KIIS FM radio interview with Ryan Seacrest, before joking, “I want to have 100 kids. I want to have more kids than would be socially responsible.?
Another reason Levine may be quitting the show is that he wants to go out while the show is still at its peak. ?He doesn?t want to stick around until the show is in decline,? the source told Life & Style.
Given that even the more successful American Idol has been facing declining ratings as it finally decided to have its final season, Levine allegedly doesn?t want a similar fate for The Voice with him still sitting in that red chair when that happens.
But after he reportedly says goodbye, Levine might come back, as the source said he?s ?open to revisiting the show in a couple of years as a mentor.?
However, according to Hollywood Life, Levine isn?t leaving the show to begin with as he may very easily adjust his schedule between doing the show and spending time with his family.
?Adam would stay with The Voice and will stay with The Voice even if he becomes a father,? an insider told Hollywood Life. ?The amount of time he would have to be away really wouldn?t be that much. He could easily do both. The Voice schedule would offer no neglect to family duties and he would be able to do it because The Voice would be accommodating to all of his needs. They would all be able to work out a proper schedule to make it all work out. ?
The Voice airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8/7c on NBC.