Jennifer Hudson's time as a coach on The Voice is reportedly likely be a one-time deal because she's allegedly clashing with cast and crew.

The former American Idol finalist, singer and Oscar-winning actress will probably not be asked to return to The Voice for a future season because of her "diva antics," RadarOnline reported.

According to sources, Jennifer's behavior on the set of The Voice's thirteenth season is just too much for the staff and her co-stars -- especially fellow coach Blake Shelton -- to handle.

"Blake cannot stand Jennifer at all. The two are constantly at war both on-camera and off-camera and it has gotten to the point where he cannot even talk to her or look at her," a source told RadarOnline.

"She is also hated among the crew too," added the source.

Jennifer, 36, joined Blake, Adam Levine, and Miley Cyrus as a coach on the U.S. version of the show this fall after previously winning The Voice's U.K. edition.

"Jennifer does not show up on time and is a complete diva when she does. She is constantly complaining about her outfits and is always unhappy with her hair and make-up," a behind-the-scenes insider told the website.

"But honestly there is only so much that they can do!"

The Voice producers also reportedly have an issue with how Jennifer constantly plugs her own production company, JHud Productions, on the show from her coaching chair.

"She is using this platform for her own gain and she got reprimanded by execs for it," the source revealed, adding however, that Jennifer "still continues to do it anyways."

This report probably comes as a surprise to The Voice fans, because from a viewer's perspective, Jennifer appears to have a good rapport with Miley, Blake and Adam.

For the next Spring 2018 edition of The Voice, Miley and Jennifer will be replaced by returning coach Alicia Keys, 36, and newbie coach Kelly Clarkson, 35.

Blake and Adam will continue to serve as mainstay coaches for Season 14.
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