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Christina Aguilera annoying people on 'The Voice' over her weight

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rsz_tbd-christinaaguilera020712.jpgNBC's The Voice came back for another round after the big game on Sunday, but it sounds like the panel of judges aren't getting along as well as they could. Why? Because it seems Christina Aguilera is the elephant in the room.

The National Enquirer swears that Xtina has turned into "a bullying diva" following her recent weight gain, during which the 5-foot-2 singer packed on 40 pounds to her previously teensy 100-pound frame. The Juice* truly doesn't care all that much, but anyone would notice that kind of expansion, and it seems it's causing a real problem on the show.

"Christina holds up pro­duction with her constant demands, saying, 'Don't make me look fat' or 'Don't show my butt,'"a source told the rag. "She's insisted the cam­eramen only shoot her at flattering angles, forcing a few segments to be reshot. She also demands that the stylists bring her the latest slimming fashions, and she's always ordering the makeup artists to make her face look thin­ner."

The real issue, it seems is that her fellow singing coaches aren't taking too kindly to the Aretha Franklin-style attitude: "Blake (Shelton) and Cee Lo (Green) get annoyed at Christina's silly requests, but Adam (Levine) really can't stand it," the source added. "He's the first one to say that she's unpro­fessional and producers shouldn't reshoot takes just because she doesn’t like how she looks. But Christina doesn’t care what anyone, es­pecially skinny little Adam, thinks. She just rolls her eyes at him and tries to make sure she looks good for the cam­eras."

Oooooh, drama! Time to start placing your bets on when she gets the Paula Abdul treatment. The Juice* has a fiver on the 2015 season, because this kind of tension is good for ratings. Meanwhile, Christina should just sit next to Cee Lo more to look thinner.

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[Last modified: Monday, February 6, 2012 5:47pm]

    

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