Miley Cyrus NOT Quitting ‘The Voice’ Over Feud With Coaches, Despite Report
Miley Cyrus does NOT want to quit “The Voice” over a supposed feud with her fellow coaches, despite a made-up tabloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively debunk this claim. We’re told it’s “false.”
According to In Touch, the singer’s alleged problems on the set of the reality competition show first began with veteran coach Adam Levine. A so-called “source” tells the magazine, “Miley’s been in tears. Things are so bad. Adam has a thing for practical jokes and Miley feels like his favorite target… At first it seemed innocent, but Adam’s teasing has turned into immature bullying. He tears apart everything Miley does.”
The tabloid’s dubious insider goes on to claim Cyrus was initially “getting along great” with Blake Shelton, but now he’s also supposedly “poking fun at her incessantly” and “ganging up” on her with Levine. “She feels like it’s a boys’ club and that she’s all alone,” adds the outlet’s questionable source, who further alleges Cyrus is also butting heads with Alicia Keys, this seasons’s other new coach. “Miley’s dying to get out of there. She’s had enough.”
Despite Gossip Cop having previously busted false reports of an on-set feud between Cyrus and Levine, we still checked in with a source close to the situation, who exclusively assures us Cyrus gets along great with all of her fellow coaches. We’re further told she’s loving her experience on the show, and all claims otherwise are simply “false.” In fact, Gossip Cop already corrected In Touch for falsely alleging Cyrus and Keys were fighting on set. However, there’s still no truth to any of these “Voice” feud stories.