The latest season of The Voice has finally arrived.
But it’s the judges rather than the the singers that are grabbing the attention of viewers, as they struggle to get along with each other.
During Monday night’s episode, judges Kelly Rowland and Boy George were seen exchanging some fiery words to one another, and with our popcorn at the ready, we are secretly praying for more of the drama.
It all started when the judges argued over who could coach Ricky Nifo, who impressed both Kelly and Boy George when singing his own version of Bonnie Raitt’s I Can’t Make You Love Me.
“Sometimes doing the obvious thing is the worst thing to do, ‘Oh, go to Kelly because she’s a soul goddess,’ and she is,” Boy George said to the popular contestant.
“And sometimes choosing a guy with a hat on is the obvious thing to do, okay?” Kelly barked back.
Boy George looked far from impressed with Kelly’s sassy comment.
“Oh hold on a second, I’m just a guy with a hat on?” he yelled.
The tension in the studio hit an all-time high, with Boy George not backing down and ready to defend himself.
“I’ve got 56 years experience, and I can teach you a lot,” he snapped back.
“I’m your guy,” he said, adding, “I’m a soul guy. That’s what I do.”
The dispute ended after Ricky chose Kelly to be his coach, leaving Boy George furious.
“She did call me a man in a hat, he b**ched to the other judges, “I mean F**k off.”
To find out which judge came out on top, watch the video above.
Let’s just say we don’t think these two will be best buddies anytime soon. AWKS.
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