Christina Aguilera Explains Her 'The Voice' Exit
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The pop star also talks about her latest album 'Liberation' and her upcoming tour that will kick off in September.

AceShowbiz - Christina Aguilera talks about her decision to leave "The Voice". The pop star, who recently released new album "Liberation", gets candid in a new interview with the Los Angeles Times.

Christina served as a coach in season 6 of the NBC singing competition and it didn't take a long time for her to become a fan favorite. However, she revealed that she felt "disconnected for a while and I wasn't in the right head space either being in an environment that was just not good for me."

"The blind audition thing was very intriguing to me because it provided an opportunity for anybody to get on stage and be discovered, regardless of their look," the 37-year-old singer continued. "I also saw blatant things that I didn't think were okay and that I'm sure no one would want to put up with in a work environment. It was important for me to step away."

The "Fall in Line" singer also talks about going on a tour for the very first time in ten years. "The idea of the tour has actually scared me," she admits. But she adds that this time, it will be less pressuring. "With this more intimate tour, it's kind of lessening the pressure. I'm dipping my toe back in the water and also giving my fans a real chance to see me after they haven't in so long," Christina adds.

Christina has also said that she won't be going on the tour alone as her daughter Summer will join her. She says that Summer is too young, so she plans on bringing her during the trek.

Christina's "Liberation" tour is set to kick off on September 25 in Hollywood, FL, at Hard Rock Live Arena and wrap on November 13 in St. Petersburg, FL, at The Mahaffey Theatre.

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