Former Contestant On 'The Voice' Explains Why Winning The Show Is ‘The Most Horrible Thing That Could Happen’

3 months ago
"The Voice" is still going strong after 12 years, as it's in the 24th season with a coaching panel that for the first time won’t include Blake Shelton. However, even with the undeniable talent of its current coaches — Reba McEntire, John Legend, Gwen Stefani and Niall Horan — the singing competition can’t escape its most glaring issue: It fails to produce stars. A former contestant of France’s version of the show, "La Voix," had a strong take on the competition, calling the idea of winning it “the most horrible thing that could happen,” and former coaches Adam Levine and Blake Shelton seem to share some of her opinions.

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