Adam Levine had 2 of his "students" eliminated from "the Voice" which made him declare "I hate this country" into his microphone. Said the comment because he was upset right? That is understandable...right?
Adam had this to say to the press:
"Being a part of The Voice, I am passionately invested in my team and want to see my artists succeed. Last night's elimination of Judith and Sarah was confusing and downright emotional for me and my comments were made based on my personal dissatisfaction with the results.”
"I'm sad . . . and a little pissed off, to be honest. I was shocked, actually. I think they all gave us really strong performances.
All of that is understandable.
Then Adam took to Twitter, the new place where people put their foot in their mouths and said it was a joke and people didn't catch the humor of it. Which one is it Levine?
In all honesty, one of the girls that was eliminated sand with Michael Jackson and is featured on the "This Is It" movie. She was the person who was supposed to win it all. If you watch enough of these shows, you get the one that is usually supposed to win it all, doesn't. Even if you hate this country or not.-DocFB
Diagnosis: It was a comment that wasn't worth defending, jokingly or not.....