Gwen Stefani thinks The Voice would benefit from more female coaches
Much to fans' dismay, Gwen Stefani will not be on the next season of The Voice, but that's not for lack of desire.
Apparently, Stefani would love to be a coach alongside Christina Aguilera, and she thinks the show would benefit from a change in dynamic with more than one female coach.
"Gwen thinks there should be at least two female coaches on The Voice. She's always thought that and would be thrilled to be a coach on the show alongside Christina. She has no problem with her at all and thinks the show would benefit from having more female energy," a source exclusively told Hollywood Life.
Stefani has absolutely no issue sharing her limelight with another strong, talented and beautiful woman, and she thinks viewers would feel the same way.
"Gwen thinks the viewers and contestants would also welcome the idea," the source told the publication. "Now the only question is if Christina wants to share the spotlight with another gorgeous woman?"
However, the publication speculates that Aguilera probably wouldn't feel the same way, saying she "clearly loves being the center of attention as the only woman on the panel," alongside the three male coaches Blake Shelton, Adam Levine and Pharrell Williams.
But could two female coaches be in the future of The Voice? Hollywood Life spoke to the show's creator, Mark Burnett, about having both Stefani and Aguilera on the same show.
But the one-woman-judge dynamic appears to be working. "Just so you know, it is just the way it works out. There is nothing behind it, I want to be authentic with my answer, and there is nothing behind it," Burnett said.
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