Adam Levine has made another enemy on The Voice. Along with Levine's playful squabbles with Blake Shelton, the Maroon Five frontman is reportedly feuding with the show's newest coach, Miley Cyrus.
Cyrus' loud and boisterous nature is apparently causing friction on the set with Levine, who tries to be more laid back with the contestants.
According to Gossip Cop, reports indicate that Levine and Cyrus barely even greet each other because their feud has gotten so bad.
However, the rumors of a new feud between Levine and Cyrus have not been confirmed. Instead, an inside source told the outlet that the pair is getting along just fine on The Voice.
"Miley's liveliness has injected a whole new fell to the panel," an inside source revealed. "Miley loves the show so much and is really trying to win, that it has been infectious for Blake and Adam to want to win as well. They all really think that they will make a star this year and this will be the best season yet!"
Levine and Shelton are the only returning coaches from last season. Cyrus and Alicia Keys are replacing Christiana Aguilera and Pharrell Williams next season, which is scheduled to premiere this fall.
While it doesn't sound like Levine and Cyrus are feuding too much, the "Wrecking Ball" singer made it clear that she isn't on the show to play around.
According to Sounds Like Nashville, NBC released the official promo video for the coming season featuring Cyrus and Keys in action for the first time.
The video played off the 1977 movie Close Encounters of the Third Kind and featured Shelton and Levine in black suits greeting Cyrus and Keys while they stepped out of a spaceship.
"Do you come in peace?" Shelton asks the new coaches.
"No," Keys quickly answers.
"We've come to destroy you!" Cyrus adds.
"We're in trouble," Shelton admits.
Considering the amount of talent between Cyrus and Keys, Shelton and Levine are definitely in for a rough time this season.
Meanwhile, Adam Levine discussed the challenges of the coming season during an interview with ET Online.
"Alicia's is the strongest team, mine is probably a not-so-distant second," he shared. "Blake is always the weakest team.... It's not so much his team, it's just him."Unfortunately, Levine did not say anything specific about Cyrus, though he revealed that both ladies cross the line numerous times.
"They're a little disturbed sometimes, a little shocked," he stated. "Especially with the stuff you don't see. There is some pretty inappropriate material that gets made that's probably in some sort of vault ready at any time to blackmail us.... It [wouldn't be] a made-for-TV blooper reel, it's more of an HBO blooper real. A lot of f**ks and s**ts."
As far as Cyrus is concerned, she isn't afraid to mince words with Levine. However, she maintains that the real feud on the show is between Shelton and Levine.
"As much as the world likes to make this girl catfight scenario, that's actually Blake and Adam," she shared.
Indeed, Levine later admitted that his and Shelton's time on the show will probably never end.
"If you notice, on The Voice, I'm here and Blake's here - that will never change," he concluded. "We're like the weird bookends."
Season 11 of The Voice is set to premiere September 19 on NBC. Fans can catch a special preview of the new season following the closing ceremony for the Rio Olympics on Aug. 21.
Check out Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Miley Cyrus and Alicia Keyes in the promo video for Season 11 of The Voice below.[Image via NBC Universal]