Tom Nitty is leaving Season 24 of The Voice and will not be returning to the show

Country singer and contestant on NBC’s The Voice. Tom Nitty He missed Monday’s episode, and it became clear that he would not return to the competition.

Nitti, who was on Reba’s team, was not present for Monday night’s episode – the second round of the Season 24 playoffs.

At the beginning of the episode, judge and mentor Reba McEntire said that Nettie has left the show and will not continue this season. Instead of six, McIntyre had just five singers in her lineup Monday night.

“I have amazingly talented people, but Tom had to leave for personal reasons, so I only have five performers tonight,” McIntyre said.

She did not specify the reason for Neeti leaving the show. “The Voice” host Carson Deeley also said his exit was for “personal reasons,” but did not provide details.

Despite being a member of the team, McEntire had a good episode, bringing back Ms. Monet, a Team Reba contestant, with her Super rescue. The 51-year-old singer delivered a fiery cover of Aretha Franklin’s “Til You Come Back to Me (That’s What I’ll Do).”

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Who is Tom Nitty?

Nettie was a contestant on Team Ripa on Season 24 of “The Voice.”

According to him Contestant’s biography, Nettie’s hometown is New Hartford, New York. He taught himself to play guitar at the age of 18, but put any musical ambitions on hold when he joined the army. He was stationed in Germany, deployed to Afghanistan and was awarded the Purple Heart.

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After his military service, Nitti joined law enforcement, and now trains new troopers at the New York State Police Academy.

Contributing: Edward Segarra, USA Today

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