NBC says it does not plan to fire Christina Aguilera from the singing contest series "The Voice," despite a recent report.
The celebrity news website X17 Online recently reported that producers of the show want to replace the 30-year-old singer, who serves as a co-judge and coach, after season 2 ends, saying she reportedly does not spend enough time with the contestants.
Paul Telegdy, NBC Executive Vice President, Alternative Programming, told the network's syndicated show "Access Hollywood": "There is absolutely no truth to the rumor."
NBC representatives had no immediate comment when contacted by OnTheRedCarpet.com. Aguilera has not responded to the report.
"The Voice" debuted earlier this year and is hosted by Carson Daly. Aguilera sits on the judging panel with fellow singers and coaches Cee Lo Green, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton.
All four have been confirmed to return for the second season of "The Voice," which is set to premiere on Feb. 5, 2012 after the Super Bowl.