Miley Cyrus is rumored to have been locked in a pretty nasty feud with her fellow The Voice coach Adam Levine for months now, but is Blake Shelton now getting in on the drama?
According to Radar Online, Miley has now found herself in the middle of the drama on The Voice set as Blake and Adam, who are the only two coaches to have appeared on all 11 seasons of the NBC singing show, are now getting seriously competitive after Shelton previously referred to Cyrus as an “a**hole.”
An insider close to production alleged that “Adam and Blake are still trying to one-up each other at any chance they get,” and their drama has reportedly now left Miley out in the cold after Radar Online initially claimed that Cyrus, who joined the series earlier this year, “has been clashing with her male counterparts for weeks.”
OK! Magazine also reported on the alleged on-set feud between Miley, Blake and Adam, claiming that Cyrus “feels like the favorite target” and also “feels like it’s a boys’ club and that she’s all alone” on the set.
The site even went as far as to suggest that things have gotten so bad that Miley is even considering quitting and make her first season her last.
As The Voice viewers have witnessed, Miley and Adam have done little to hide their alleged feud ever since the show began airing its 11th season on September 19.
The latest reports of a feud come shortly after Shelton seemingly slammed Cyrus during an appearance on Chelsea Handler’s Netflix talk show Chelsea earlier this year, where Entertainment Tonight reported that Blake referred to Cyrus as being an “a**hole” on the set.
According to the site, Shelton told the talk show host that he’s actually friendly with Miley’s dad Billy Ray Cyrus and joked that he threatened to phone the country music star to tell him about Cyrus’s “antics.”
“I’ve known her dad for years,” Shelton said of his connection to Miley on Chelsea, “and so it’s like, ‘I’m gonna call your dad! I will tell your dad what an a**hole you’re being right now, so you better settle down, missy!'”
Shelton made the admission back in July, just three months after Us Weekly alleged that Miley hasn’t exactly been getting along with her fellow coaches, particularly Levine. Blake seemed to dispel the feud reports at the time, and even suggested that he didn’t have any problems with Cyrus just because they’re polar opposites.
“I can’t imagine us ever having a problem,” Blake said of Miley after filming the blind audition segments of the show back in April. “We completely understand each other, and just because she lives her life one way and I live my life one way doesn’t mean we’re not friends.”
Blake’s seeming denial of an on-set feud between Cyrus and her fellow The Voice coaches, which also includes fellow newbie Alicia Keys, came shortly after Us Weekly alleged that things were not going well between Miley and her fellow musicians during filming for the show’s famous blind audition rounds.
A source told the site earlier this year, months before Season 11 of The Voice began airing on NBC back in September, that Miley and Adam “totally butted heads” while filming and claimed that Cyrus and Levine were just “too similar” to get along and be friendly while searching for talent.
“[Cyrus and Levine] both have short attention spans,” the site’s insider claimed of the two The Voice coaches as the feud rumors swirled.
“Adam would get agitated when Miley would interrupt him, and she enjoyed getting under his skin,” the source continued, adding that Cyrus and Levine “find each other annoying.”
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