Christina Aguilera is speaking out about her various stints as a coach on The Voice over the years and appears to be hinting that she may not be too willing to return to her red spinning chair anytime soon — at least not for more than one season at a time.
Christina spoke about her former role on the NBC show in a candid new interview with Paper, where she referred to her six non-consecutive seasons as a coach as being a little too "stifling" for her.
Speaking of her past coaching stints, she told the magazine, "I can't stay in a stagnant place for too long, which is why I think the position I was in with television just became very stifling."
Aguilera then added that she needed a little more freedom than that that came with appearing on the series, appearing to suggest that it's looking unlikely that she'll return to her position for too long if she ever does decide to make a comeback with NBC.
"I need movement," Christina, who is the first ever female coach to win the U.S. version of the talent search, continued. "I need to go explore, be an artist, create and transform."
Aguilera was one of the four original coaches on the show when it first began airing on NBC way back in 2011.