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Gwen Stefani has split from her longtime manager, Jim Guerinot. In light of the news that Stefani is joining NBC's The Voice, it seems that it was the No Doubt singer's own decision to move on from her manager.
Stefani and Guerinot had been working together since she was the front woman No Doubt back in 1998. Stefani's break up with her manager marks the second major client to leave Guerinot, as Trent Reznor recently left that management label as well.
Billboard reported that before Stefani was considering The Voice, she was about to be a judge on ABC's summer singing talent competition Rising Star.
The New York Daily News added that current Voice coach Adam Levine teased audiences in a recent interview with Ellen DeGeneres that Stefani would be joining the cast of the next season of The Voice. Pharrell Williams is the only coach that has been officially signed on to the seventh season of The Voice.
It has not yet been announced that Levine and Shelton would be returning for this next season of The Voice, but sources close to the show say this should happen.