Blake Shelton ha lanciato una notizia esplosiva a ottobre quando ha annunciato che avrebbe lasciato “The Voice” dopo 23 stagioni. La star country è stata l’unico giudice ad apparire in ogni singola stagione della competizione canora della NBC da quando è iniziata nel 2011, ma ha ammesso, dopo aver riflettuto a lungo, che era giunto il momento di ritirarsi dalla sua sedia girevole rossa. “Questo spettacolo ha cambiato la mia vita in ogni modo in meglio e mi sembrerà sempre di essere a casa. È stato un viaggio infernale in questi 12 anni di turni di sedia”, ha detto in una dichiarazione, per NBC News, ringraziando tutti coloro che hanno fatto parte dello spettacolo.
And now? The former No Doubt singer is revealing how she really feels about her man stepping away.
Gwen Stefani thinks Blake Shelton leaving The Voice 'sucks'
Gwen Stefani got a little emotional as she addressed Season 23 of "The Voice" being Blake Shelton's last, admitting to Entertainment Tonight she wasn't happy to see her husband go, despite his plans to spend more time at home. "It's just been a really amazing season, too short. It's mine and Blake's last season... I can't even get the words out of my mouth 'cause it sucks," she shared as the competition headed into the semi-final stages.
It's not yet clear who will be making up the coaching panel for Season 24 and if Stefani will be back again, though she had nothing but sweet things to say about the show. "It's been one of the most fun things I've ever done," she said, admitting she never thought she'd do a show like "The Voice." "I love being a coach, I love watching the contestants grow, I love having an impact, it's super inspiring for me. And then, on top of it, I meet my best friend here, that's gonna be forever mine."
But while we wait and see who steps into Shelton's shoes, the coaches have a few ideas. John Legend told "Extra" in November that he wanted another country artist to take the vacant seat and pitched Carrie Underwood for the role, while Shelton revealed on Twitter on December 2 he wanted a different country star in the form of Neal McCoy.