Singer Christina Aguilera performs at the Linda Perry Celebration For The Song 'Hands Of Love' From The Film 'Freeheld' on January 5, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

Christina Aguilera is not returning for season 11 of “The Voice,” NBC announced during the weekend. Even though the official reason for this decision was not included in the network’s official statement, many are already jumping into conclusions and wondering if the singer’s talked-about “diva” attitude had anything to do with it.

“She just has ridiculous demands since coming back as a judge, and everyone is wishing she did not return!” a member of the production team revealed to Morning Ledger. The Inquisitr, however, suggests that Xtina was “furious” after finding out that NBC had allegedly offered Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton more money to explode their new romance on screen.

“[Christina Aguilera] is furious! She wants Gwen out of the picture and is already throwing mini-tantrums about it,” a source disclosed earlier this month. “She said that Gwen is ‘not vocally talented’ and would not be on the show at all anymore if it was not for her relationship with Blake.”

Throughout season 10 of the reality show, the 35-year-old singer has shown a little bit of tension between Shelton and fellow judge Adam Levine but she has failed to confirm or deny any of the on-going rumors. However, this is not the first time the “Genie In A Bottle” singer sparks “diva” headlines.

Back in June, Aguilera was accused of having a very “demanding” behavior while working on the talent show, and just a month later, OK! Magazine referred to her as a “bridezilla” for allegedly “disposing of wedding planners as you do with tissues.”

Also leaving the competition is fans favorite Pharrell Williams, but not to worry! Two badass females are taking over: Alicia Keys and Miley Cyrus have agreed to add some estrogen to the judging panel.

“It’s true! I am going to be the newest judge on Season 11 of The Voice,” Cyrus wrote on Twitter confirming the news. All we can say is, we are sad to see Xtina go, but we are definitely excited to see what these two powerhouses have to bring to the table! Stay tuned!

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