‘The Voice’ Execs Offer Adam Levine Massive Bonus To Stay On Show After Baby Two Birth
Season 14 of The Voice debuts in a single week and mentor Adam Levine is torn amongst work and twofold daddy obligation to his second child little girl, however RadarOnline.com has only learned NBC offered him an enormous reward to remain in his pivoting tough position!
As fans know, spouse Behati Prinsloo, 28, brought forth little girl Gio Grace in L.A. on February 16 – only one year in the wake of bringing forth the couple’s first girl, Dusty Rose!
Also, in spite of the fact that Levine, 38, is determined to requiring significant investment off to go through with his new family after this season, an on-set source uncovered his managers offered him a $500,000 reward over the multi-million pay increment as of now offered to remain on the show!
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“Adam’s significant other is forcing him to take some time off since she just brought forth their second little girl. In any case, the planning couldn’t be more terrible on the grounds that he is committed to practice for the up and coming season that begins one week from now!”
“For the present, they are making due without him and everybody is simply extremely happy that Adam is an ace and doesn’t have to practice,” the source told Radar.
“Normally, he needs to be with his better half and his infant young lady for the main seven day stretch of her life and truly might want to be there for the primary year.”
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“Now, it isn’t about the cash for him and he just truly needs a break,” the source stated, including, “Starting at this moment, he has not settled on any formal choice as everything is only sort of occurring without a moment’s delay. It is extremely very tense however and the executives are blowing a gasket.”
Do you surmise that Adam Levine should require some investment off to be with his better half and infant little girl, Gio? Call out in the remarks.