Viewers love nothing more than a good feud to up the ante on The Voice and even Kelly Rowland recognises the entertainment value disputes with her fellow judges brings.
The 37-year-old discussed her recent spat with Boy George in a chat with Confidential.
“If we agreed all the time, it would be boring to watch,” Kelly admitted.
Touché, Kelly. Touché.
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The singer also admitted there’s “nothing wrong” with calling “each other out”. Again we say, touché.
And just as we see on our screens, tensions definitely do rise in the red chairs on the show.
“It does get tense… to the point where sometimes one might have to leave the stage, to where we just have to take a breather,” Kelly admitted.
However, the Destiny’s Child star put it all down to “passion”.
“We are taking it very seriously and are passionate about why were are, to find great talent,” she said.
Kelly recently went head-to-head with Boy George over “controversial” contestant Sam Perry.
Boy George wanted him gone in the knockout rounds as he’s “not really a singer” but Kelly had other thoughts on the situation insisting Sam was “still using his voice”.
Oh, how we love a good judge feud.
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