Christina Aguilera is being mean to someone? Will wonders ever cease? Apparently the singer's winning personality has spilled over onto "The Voice", a singing competition that's currently airing on NBC. Lots of people are apparently watching the program each and every week, indicating that the show must have something worthwhile to offer its audience. Fans of drama and uncomfortable bickering are sure to be utterly enthralled with the shenanigans on-display.
From I've gathered, Aguilera and contestant Tony Lucca worked together during their time spent on "The Mickey Mouse Club", though the popular singer claims she didn't immediately recognize him. No harm there, really. However, the problems didn't end there. Aguilera has reported been pretty harsh on her former coworker, going as far as to claim that his performances are "one dimensional". However, during Monday night's performance, things got a little heated.
After Lucca performed Jay-Z's "99 Problems", Aguilera claimed that the song was "derogatory towards women" despite the fact that Lucca skipped over the word "bitch". To make matters worse, Aguilera brought the singer's wife and daughter into the argument, adding that "the lyrical connotation was a little derogatory towards women, but all in all I thought it was fun." Because, you know, if you find something derogatory, it's fun all the same.
"How convenient that she waits the whole season to talk about all things classy," Lucca told US Weekly. "It's just so transparent at this point and pathetic." I hope he didn't notice that Christina spent most of his performance texting on her phone during his performance. I guess Will.I.Am. isn't alone in his cellular addictions. Good to know, isn't it?
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Tonight and tomorrow, Christina Aguilera will be slaughtered by the media for being on her phone during a performance.
Christina Aguilera is one of those celebs who shouldn't be on tv because we get to see what a bitch she really is.