The Voice is supposed to be a singing competition where America’s best singers compete for a recording contract (and the heart’s of viewers everywhere.)
It’s basically a parade of killer cover songs, crazy costumes and surprise pop star appearances. And yes, a little drama for good measure. Still, there’s drama, and then there’s what happened last night with coach Christina Aguilera.
What’s her beef with Tony Luca? That wasn’t just putting on a show, it looked personal.
Keep reading for more on The Voice Finale… after the jump!
Luca rocked out to Jay-Z‘s “99 Problems,” but avoided saying the word “bitch” in the lyrics. But that’s precisely what Aguilera was when she slammed Luca’s song choice as “derogatory towards women.”
Said the singer: “…the lyrical connotation was a little derogatory towards women, but all in all I thought it was fun.”
Adam Levine quickly piped in to defend his boy, saying “We’re not referring to women, we’re referring to everything…it’s called a metaphor.”
This must have pissed Aguilera off, because she the duration of Lucca and Levine’s duet song texting (maybe she was looking up the definition of “metaphor?” And then, after Chris Mann performed, she ran on stage and kept gushing about how Mann’s choice of song made him a “real man who respects women.”
Tonight is the final finale, and you know it’ll be a good one. Still, we’ll all have to wait until next season to get our Adam, Cee Lo, Blake and Xtina on again.
If you want to audition for the show and be the next Jermaine Paul, Juliet Simms, Chris Mann or Tony Lucca, well, you can do that too! Get more information here. If you want to get a leg up in the competition, check out the new book, Me On TV. (Full disclosure, it’s my book. And it just came out today! I’m a proud mamma.)
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