Miley Cyrus ‘In Tears’ After Feuding With Blake Shelton And Adam Levine On ‘The Voice,’ Is She Ready To Quit?

Miley Cyrus might be on the road to victory on The Voice, but a recent meltdown could threaten her frontrunner status on the show.

Inside sources told Us Magazine that Cyrus is feuding heavily with Blake Shelton and Adam Levine and is considering quitting if things don’t improve soon.

Will Cyrus last through the end of the season?

During her latest bout with her co-stars, Cyrus was reportedly left in tears as Shelton and Levine ganged up on her.

Despite her struggles, the source revealed how Cyrus “refuses to be beaten by the old men.”

Adam Levine And Miley Cyrus 'At War' On 'The Voice' [Image via NBC]
Miley and Adam have reportedly been bickering since she first joined the show. [Image via NBC]

Cyrus’ biggest beef is with Levine. The pair has reportedly been fighting ever since she joined the show.

Things have gotten so bad that Levine has given up trying to get along with the pop star.

“Adam and Miley were non-stop bickering during their last taping together,” the source shared. “He nitpicks almost every single thing she says.”

Fans have yet to see Cyrus’ feud unfold in front of the cameras, but Radar Online is reporting that all the drama is happening behind the scenes.

The feuding has even started to affect the atmosphere on stage.

“It is such a different vibe right now!” a source told the outlet.

Of course, the insider was referring to the time when Shelton and Gwen Stefani’s love dominated the conversation on The Voice and led to some of the show’s highest ratings.

Alicia Keys also joined 'The Voice' for Season 11. [Image via NBC]

Meanwhile, according to International Business Times, Cyrus’ beef with Levine started before the cameras even started rolling.

Last month, sources indicated that Miley Cyrus and Levine clashed when they first met, and the lines of communication have been terrible ever since.

“Miley showed up like she owned the place and Adam seems just really tired of her interjecting every single time he is speaking,” the insider explained.

At the same time, it doesn’t sound like Cyrus is worried about what everyone else thinks. After all, she doesn’t even care when people characterize her as a crazy woman.

“I am crazy, I agree,” Cyrus admitted. “The way that I feel confident is actually less focused on being pretty and more focused on being funny, which also makes me feel good.”

Cyrus went on to explain how she doesn’t fit into ordinary labels and that she has ups and downs just like anyone else.

“I feel like I am never really defined so you can’t label me by saying I am confident or insecure or crazy or any of those things,” she said. “Some days I feel prettier than others and some days I feel insecure but then I put on a crazy outfit and feel much better. I’m actually much better at acting crazy than being crazy.”

Although things could definitely be better between Cyrus and the other male coaches, she at least has one person on her side.

“Alicia and Miley have bonded and have actually been hanging out off set,” the source stated.

Apart from feuding with Cyrus, Shelton and Levine have kept up their normal back and forth hate for each other.

“Adam and Blake are still trying to one-up each other at any chance they get” the source added.

For now, it doesn’t look like Cyrus’ problems with Shelton and Levine are serious enough for her to drop out of the competition.

However, if they really brought Cyrus to the point of tears, there’s no telling what will happen as the season progresses and whether or not Cyrus can withstand the storm.


Fans can watch Cyrus continue her debut season on The Voice when new episodes air Monday and Tuesday nights on NBC.

Tell us! What do you think about Miley Cyrus’ performance so far on The Voice this season? Let us know in the comments and check out some highlights in the clip below.

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