Obviously, "sorry" is not included in Adam Levine's vocabulary. The way he responded in the episode of The Voice of Monday on Blowing Back from the favored treatment that Reagan Strange had given left something to be desired . And the NBC rip-off did not help. The Maroon 5 singer and the show botched what should have been a simple solution.
DeANDRE SILENCED was. We know he was hit by Adam's low praise during the Top 10 Results Show. Reagan's retired team-mate, however, had no opportunity to express his hurt feelings – or, in that context, explain how he and his former coach had packed things. (When he heard that he had passed him by, he had made the audience come past him.) Instead, he was only allowed to have a FaceTime conversation with the 14-year-old Adam Adam had been so passionate about.
We were manipulated | Not that The Voice does not regularly and blatantly tug at the heart's roots, but the show is particularly fond of volunteering footage of Adam and Reagan on a toy ride for the victims of the Californian forest fires. A good deed? For sure. Absolute. But in this case, it seemed that altruism, at least in part, was to forget the public that a trainer was helping to save his singer who acted instead of his singer who did not had . Just say sorry, dude!
What do you think? Is that just a cynical attitude? Or was there about a hundred ways Adam and the show could do things better?