Adam Levine's sudden exit from "The Voice" announced two weeks after NBC had already confirmed he would return to the show. He will cost him nearly $ 30 million, The Hollywood Reporter's Live Feed Reports.
That's how much the Maroon 5 frontman was about to make after signing for the seasons 17 and 18, with the THR suggesting that his latest salary was already north of $ 14 million a season.
"Levine's departure was certainly not planned," reports the THR, adding that "he is said to have grown more and more eager in recent weeks to continue." lucrative tournament and recording opportunities.
"The 40-year-old singer devoted much of the last decade to NBC's persistent hit, which has been decisive in the network's turn from last to first place," adds THR.
THR quotes sources close to the situation saying e sharing was "amicable." The report also notes that Levine continues to have a relationship with NBC through his new music competition show "Songland."