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Christina Aguilera Will Miss Her Co-Coaches Upon Her Departure from ‘The Voice’

Posted on the 27 September 2012 by Silyasa

A few days ago, reports that Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green are going to be replaced by Shakira and Usher on their coaching seat at The Voice was confirmed. Mark Burnett himself confirmed this news and noted that having award-winning artists as coaches also meant that they should be given the opportunity to work on their own records and tour.

And for the first time, Christina Aguilera is opening up about her departure noting that she is going to miss the other coaches, most especially Adam Levine.

The season 3 of The Voice has just kicked off and while Aguilera might still be a part of the four coaches, she won’t be returning for the next season this coming fall. The 31-year-old singer told E! News in an interview that the parting will be “bittersweet”.

The “You Lost Me” singer has revealed that they had built up a camaraderie amongst coaches that she will miss most. In particular, she butted heads a lot of time with Adam Levine on Season 2 but admitted that it was just all fun amongst them.

She said, “when me and Adam are on breaks backstage, you know, we’re writing profanity with my red lipstick all over Blake’s trailer while he’s napping inside. It’s like we have definitely become like brother and sister. We goof around and play around.”

Aguilera, however, hinted that this will only be a temporary goodbye. As soon as her new album, Lotus, drops November she will be busying herself with tours and promotion. But she believes she is using this opportunity to become a better coach.

“In order to be the best coach I can be on that show is to go out and be able to have the experience as an artist…create new experiences for myself so that I can then come back to the show and share that much more,” reveals the Grammy winner.

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