lead singer for the L.A. pop rock band Maroon 5 – Adam Levine, weighed in on what to expect in the upcoming season 11 of “The Voice” with new judges Miley Cyrus and Alicia Keys. Reportedly, he and Cyrus cannot see eye to eye on a lot of things!
According to Yahoo! TV, “The Voice” season 10 seemed to have lost the interest of fans in the series. But, “The Voice” season 11 will bring the excitement back. A lot of this has to do with the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) deciding to bring in new coaches from the likes of the “Wrecking Ball” singer Miley Cyrus and the singer behind the “Girl On Fire” hit song, Alicia Keys.
However, reports came up that Levine is not happy with the idea that Cyrus is coming on board for the show. Allegedly, the Maroon 5 singer got frustrated of Cyrus after two weeks of filming together. According to Radar Online, an insider said that Adam and Miley were “non-stop bickering” on the set of the “The Voice.”
The insider stated that Levine nitpicks almost every single thing Cyrus said. And “Adam seems to find Miley to be extremely loud-mouthed and absolutely annoying!”
Whether this alleged feud will be revealed when the new season airs remain to be seen. Levine explained to Inquirer.net that he was not always a happy camper on the reality competition. The Maroon 5 frontman was at first hesitant to be part of “The Voice,” but changed his mind when he heard what the reality television singing competition will be like.
Levine stated, “I was wary to sign on to “The Voice,” but at the same time, I thought it was so completely different than anything I’d ever seen before. I was like, this is really cool, and it had its own merits that didn’t have anything to do with anything else.”