Still bummed over your breakup, Adam? Or maybe is was the elimination blues?
Access Hollywood caught up with The Voice's Adam Levine on the red carpet after last night’s Elimination Show on April 10. The interviewer asked the coach a variety of questions, including if it was difficult letting contestants Karla Davis and Kim Yarbrough go.
“It wasn’t hard. It was just what needed to happen,” Adam responded.
His response seems very different from the tears of Cee Lo Green and the passion of Blake Shelton, post-elimination.
Adam didn’t seem to think that winning mattered much.
“It’s a glorious feeling, I’m sure, to be the winner of The Voice, but what’s more important is the next six months,” Adam said. “That’s what’s going to make or break not only the person’s career, but the fate of the show.”
Could he have been referring to last year’s underwhelming winner, Javier Colon?
Why do you think the coach seemed so off? Comment below!