'The Voice's' Christina Aguilera Really Is Queen of the Show
The pop diva, who makes $150,000 more than her co-stars each episode, also gets her own throne, while Blake Shelton, Cee Lo Green and Adam Levine share one.
Christina Aguilera's accommodations at The Voice just keep getting better.
On the night of the NBC show's finale, Late Night with Conan O'Brien comedian Andy Richter tweeted a photo from the reality competition's lot revealing an interesting set-up.
Aguilera gets her own Star Waggons trailer on the NBC show's lot, while fellow celebrity mentors Adam Levine, Cee Lo Green and Blake Shelton, share one commode between the three.
Richter's caption? "Well lah-dee-dah!"
Ritcher's photo, which was obviously tongue-in-cheek, could have been a nod to the stories circulating the internet about Aguilera's "VIP treatment."
As The Hollywood Reporter first reported, the singer also pulls in more than $225,000 for each hour-long episode she judges, while her co-stars make around $75,000 each.
"I was willing to pay a premium," NBC head of alternative programming Paul Telegdy told THR of the show's high production costs.
And, one of her co-stars even agrees with the pay difference. "Well, no shit -- she's Christina Aguilera!," Shelton said. Adding, "Hell, I'd pay her more too, you know what I mean?"
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