Miley Cyrus NOT Feuding With Adam Levine On “The Voice,” Despite Report
Miley Cyrus and Adam Levine are NOT feuding on the set of “The Voice,” despite a tabloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this claim. We’re told it’s “false” and couldn’t be further from the truth.
According to the repeatedly disproven Star, while Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani fell in love on “The Voice,” there “aren’t as many good vibes” between Cyrus and Levine. A so-called “show tattletale” tells the tabloid that every time Cyrus comes on the set she’s “loud” and “makes it clear that she has arrived,” while Levine “just rolls his eyes at Miley” because he’s more low-key and down-to-earth. The publication’s supposed insider adds, “He can barely even say hello to her.”
The magazine further alleges that while Cyrus has bonded with fellow Southerner Shelton, she “tries her best to get under Adam’s skin whenever possible.” “Miley turns it up around Adam, getting louder and crazier and doing whatever she can to get attention, like suddenly singing at the top of her lungs,” says the tabloid’s questionable source. “But Adam doesn’t take the bait. He’s focused on the contestants, not playing into Miley’s drama and silly games.”
Star, however, is 100 percent wrong. A show insider tells Gossip Cop it’s “false.” Additionally, Cyrus’s rep assures us, “She couldn’t be getting along better with Adam and the rest of ‘The Voice’ coaches,” and notes, “It’s becoming a very familial environment on set.”
The tabloid does not have the best Cyrus sources. Just a few weeks ago, Gossip Cop busted the magazine when it wrongly reported Cyrus was pregnant with Liam Hemsworth’s baby. Much like that completely false claim, which the publication omitted from its latest article, talk of Cyrus and Levine feuding on the set of “The Voice” is also entirely untrue.