The Voice 2011: Adam Levine refuses to apologise for Adam Lambert comments
The Maroon 5 frontman was critiquing a performance by Cee-Lo Green’s team member Nakia on NBC’s The Voice and seemed to diss the former American Idol star and his Grammy nominated single Whataya Want From Me.
Nakia sang the track on the live show and after the rendition, Levine mused:
“I’m actually not familiar with that song …..but you just forced me to like it!”
To add insult to injury, he added:
“I’m pretty sure that, although I haven’t heard that song before, you probably sang it better than the person that sang it originally.”
Lambert enthusiasts were bombarding Adam’s Twitter within seconds but despite the attack, he refused to apologise and responded on the social networking site saying:
“I had honestly never heard that song before. I thought that @nakia made me like a song that would have otherwise fallen flat. I’m NOT sorry.”
The Voice contestant Nakia also jumped to his defense and asked fans not to be mad with the star. He pleaded:
“Before I go to bed: Fans, pls don’t hate on @adamlevine for his comments about WWFM. He’s a great guy & wasn’t trying sabotage anything. xo”
Even Adam Lambert tried to calm things down and assured his fans that he was NOT upset by the remarks. He said:
“But for the record, Im def a Maroon 5 fan. Fans: there is NO reason to be angry. Thanks for being protective but it’s all good. ”
Watch Nakia’s performance below and let us know, do you think it’s better than Adam’s?
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