Miley Cyrus might leave The Voice earlier than expected.
It's only halfway through Cyrus' first season on the hit singing competition and her ongoing feuds with Blake Shelton and Adam Levine are making her second guess her future on the show.
Will Cyrus bail after this season?
Enstarz reports that Cyrus thought about quitting several times this season because of her fights with the Maroon 5 frontman and country crooner.
An insider revealed that Levine and Cyrus "were non-stop bickering during their last taping together."
Apparently, Levine can't stop nitpicking about everything Cyrus says and does.
"Adam seems to find Miley to be extremely loud-mouthed and absolutely annoying!" the insider added.
Cyrus joined The Voice after Christina Aguilera and Pharrell Williams departed last season.
When Gwen Stefani decided not to return this season, producers hired Cyrus and Alicia Keys to fill the void.
Rumors of a feud between Cyrus and Levine surfaced shortly after producers announced that Cyrus would be a part of The Voice.
Things have only gotten worse as the season progresses and now producers are starting to wonder if they made a mistake in bringing Cyrus in as a coach.
"Executives are now second-guessing their decision to bring Miley Cyrus on full time because she cannot get along with Adam to save her life!" the insider continued.With everything starting to fall apart, OK Magazine is reporting that Cyrus is in full meltdown mode.
The "Wrecking Ball" singer has fought hard to remain on the show, and, according to an insider, "refuses to be beat by the old men."Unfortunately, confronting Shelton and Levine only made things worse.
"[Cyrus has] been in tears," an insider shared, adding that Shelton and Levine are constantly ganging up on Cyrus.To make matters worse, Stefani is now mad at Miley Cyrus for trying to win over Shelton's friendship.
"When Miley turned up rocking Gwen's signature blonde beehive for The Voice's promotional photo shoot, Blake thought she looked adorable and texted Gwen a quick snap of her look," an insider told OK Magazine.
Stefani, who was already miffed by Cyrus, got even angrier after Shelton texted her the photo.
"Gwen was furious," the source stated. "She's already suspicious of Miley's flirty ways, and dressing like her younger self really set off the warning bells."
Will the constant bickering and off-set drama lead to Cyrus' early exit?
The Inquisitr has previously reported, that if Cyrus decides to leave before the season is out, she would be breaking her contract with the network.
Breaking the agreement with NBC is probably not something Cyrus wants to do, especially if the network decided to file a lawsuit.
Furthermore, Cyrus is actually holding her own on the show and many fans think she has a good shot at winning it all.
Speaking of fans, many have expressed their distaste for Miley Cyrus on The Voice, which definitely doesn't help her situation.
"This Lady Gaga lookalike has a great voice!! Oh - and I HATE Miley Cyrus," one user wrote on Twitter.
"Wish Miley Cyrus knew how to pronounce the word vibrato, makes me hate her every time she compliments someone on it," another Twitter fan spoke out.
Of course, some admitted that Cyrus might beat out Shelton and Levine for the big prize.
"As much as i hate Miley Cyrus i have to admit she has some really good contestants on her team," one fan shared on Twitter.
For now, it isn't clear what will happen with Cyrus' future on The Voice.
While it isn't likely that Cyrus will break her contract and leave before the season is up, her future on the show might be finished.
That being said, Gossip Cop is reporting the rumors of a feud between Cyrus and her male co-stars are not true.
An insider told the outlet that Cyrus is getting along just fine with everything on-set and is not contemplating quitting the series anytime soon.
In fact, Cyrus just sat down with Yahoo and talked about her time on The Voice and whether or not she will return for more seasons.
"I don't know. I definitely would like to if it made sense," Cyrus explained when asked about her future on the show. "I haven't done the live shows yet. I want to see how that feels. They might be a lot more pressure."
Cyrus also revealed that the hardest part about being a coach is kicking members off her team.
"When I have to kick them off. It's a nightmare," she stated. "For a non-confrontational person, it's the worst gig ever."
Cyrus did not discuss the rumors about her feud with Shelton and Levine.Until more information is released, fans will have to wait and see if Cyrus withstands the pressure and remains on The Voice.
Fans can watch the drama between Miley Cyrus and her costars unfold when new episodes of The Voice air Monday and Tuesday nights on NBC.
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