Adam Wakefield is hoping to be the winner of ‘The Voice’ on May 24, but he admits there’s a part of getting that title that he’s dreading. HollywoodLife.com caught up with Adam EXCLUSIVELY and found out what he’s NOT looking forward to about his career once the show’s over.
There’s a downside to winning The Voice…at least in finalist, Adam Wakefield’s, mind. The country singer is vying to be named the winner of the show, but is he ready for everything that comes with that honor?! HollywoodLife.com got the EXCLUSIVE scoop from Adam himself!
Adam has previously admitted that the show gave him a taste of the music industry beyond the “glitz and glamour,” and admitted that the “eye-opening” experience made him realize he might not want all that. So, we had to ask — does he even want to win this thing?!
“I do want it!” he assured HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “My thing is…I don’t want to deal with the business side of things. A big thing for me is that I want time to fish and play bluegrass music with my friends and just do that kind of stuff. Even if I win The Voice, I’m not going to be downtown in the clubs, I’ll be at some crappy bar down the street, watching the game and drinking beer.”
Luckily, winning The Voice means he’ll get a whole team of people on his side to handle all the stuff he want’s nothing to do with. “That’s why I was willing to do this,” he explained. “I had people say I should have a solo career, but I didn’t want to manage [it]. I did that for a long time with a band in Baltimore and I was over that. If I win The Voice, I don’t have to do it, so hopefully I can get some good people to work with for that!”
Do you think Adam will win The Voice, HollywoodLifers? Do you think it’s fair that he doesn’t want to deal with the business aspect of fame?