Just a few days after the launch of the new season of The Voice, rumors are beginning to surface that first-time coach Miley Cyrus already wants out. According to sources, the singer has been the victim of persistent bullying by the series’ veteran coach Adam Levine.
Initial speculation was that the Maroon 5 front-man had become fed up with Cyrus’ diva antics and persistent bickering, especially with him. Reports also claim that Levine had complained of the Wrecking Ball singer’s constant interruption whenever he would try to comment on a contestant’s performance.
“Adam and Miley were non-stop bickering during their last taping together,” an insider from the popular reality TV show told Radar Online. “He nitpicks almost every single thing she says. Miley showed up like she owned the place and Adam seems just really tired of her interjecting every single time he is speaking!”
Some have also reported that Levine’s bullying got so bad that the Cyrus was constantly “in tears” because “he tears apart everything she does.”
The source even indicated that Alicia Keys, who is the complete opposite of the loud and outspoken Cyrus, had also been siding with Levine.
“Alicia has taken Adam’s side in his stance against Miley,” added Radar Online’s source. “They have kind of made a pact to help each other out and side with each other to make sure that Team Miley does NOT win this season!”
Miley Cyrus quitting the Voice just a hoax?
Meanwhile, other sources are claiming that news about Miley Cyrus leaving the Voice is simply a ruse by tabloid outlets. According to Gossip Cop, “Miley Cyrus does NOT want to quit the Voice over a supposed feud with her fellow coaches.”
The website delved into the issue further and found a source very close to the situation who confirmed that Miley Cyrus is far from quitting the show, and is actually “loving her experience” and “gets along great with all of her fellow coaches.”
So is Miley Cyrus quitting the Voice? Probably not, especially in the foreseeable future.
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