Matthew Morrison has told Digital Spy that he would never follow in the footsteps of professional partner Adam Levine and appear on The Voice.The Glee actor and Broadway star, who signed to Levine’s 222 record label in February 2012, ruled out a reality show appearance as judging people is “not [his] role in this world”.Asked if he would ever go on The Voice, Levine replied: “No. It’s not that I’m not a fan [of these shows], I think they serve a purpose.”I get judged as an actor and a singer every time I show my face on TV, I know how that feels. I don’t want to judge anyone. That’s not [my] role in this world. “It’s a personal thing of mine, but I am not knocking it at all. It’s just not for me.”On his working relationship with Levine and their work on his second album Where It All Began, Morrison said: “I always say, ‘What’s up boss?’ but it’s very equal. “I don’t get paid by him, he just puts his own money into making this album and into promoting this album… I always wanted to make this album and he said he wanted to make it for me, so he did.”He continued: “This is a passion thing. I’m not going to dime from this probably, unless it suddenly is on every commercial or something.”Morrison also told DS that he doesn’t want Glee characters Kurt and Blaine to get married in the next season.Where It All Began is available for purchase now.