Adam Levine and Christina Aguilera may exchange playful banter on The Voice, but don't expect him to sit back and let people talk smack about his frenemy Xtina.
In fact, the 33-year-old Maroon 5 frontman recently defended Christina when he was asked about her forever-talked-about weight gain. "People shouldn't say those kinds of things because, f*ck you," he said. "It's like, come on guys, grow up."
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"The one thing about the culture right now—celebrity culture particularly—that is so ugly is [that] people feel like they can just say nasty things about other people ... she gets a lot of it," he added. "It pisses me off. Of course I have her back, of course I defend her."
Aw, how do you not love this man? He also went on to assure everyone that they're actually good friends despite the media hype. "The fights that everyone thought we were having were fictional—we never hated each other, we never were having some sort of secret battles that everyone thought we were having," he said. "They were silly bickering things that brother and sister would do. It's not nearly what everybody thought! We're all good, Christina and I."
Meanwhile, Christina deals with the negativity by fighting back in her own way, as she has recently said over and over again that she loves her curvy body (in particular, her sexy cleavage). She's hot!
I admit, Ive never been a huge fan of Christina's, but I have to give credit where credit's due. Not only is she insanely talented, but she deals with haters better than almost anyone and is proud of her body, no matter what. And she's a mom! Give the girl a break, will ya?
Wow. Maybe, just maybe, I'm becoming a member of #TeamXTina after all...
Tell Us: What do you think of Adam's comments? Do you think the media makes too big a deal of Christina's body?
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