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Adam Levine calls Kelly Clarkson 'weird' after freak-out during 'The Voice'

Apr 08, 2018
06:35 A.M.
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Clarkson cannot control herself and her reactions after witnessing a spectacular performance from a participant.

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During an episode of the popular singing reality show, The Voice, judge Adam Levine referred to his co-judge, Kelly Clarkson, as "the weirdest person" after she gave a 'freak-out' reaction to a performance.

According to Pop Culture, Clarkson 'freaked out' over the performance of singer Kyla Jade, who was in a knockout battle for Blake Shelton's team.

Jade's rendition of Lesley Gore's You Don't Own Me earned the applause of everyone in the room including the judges and the audience. But it was Clarkson who seemed most excited about the entire performance.

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Overwhelmed by the talent that Jade presented on the stage, Clarkson began dancing to the performance and made some 'wild reactions' earning odd stares from the fellow coaches, the source reported.

But it did not stop Clarkson from enjoying Jade's performance with full energy as she continued throwing some more 'awkward dance moves' on the stage.

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Following Clarkson's reaction, Levine was forced to hit a joke her way. "Kelly, you're like the weirdest person," the source quoted the Maroon 5 frontman as saying.

Ignoring Levine's comments, Clarkson further went on to praise the fabulous performance of Jade. She even told that she often sings in the shower and imagines having a voice like Jade's.

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Other judges might have looked down upon Clarkson's reaction with a bit of jest, but many viewers supported and absolutely loved the country musician's freak-out avatar.

The source quoted a Twitter user, Emily Dachs, as tweeting, 'I think Kelly's reaction sums up everyone's reaction to that @NBCTheVoice performance.'

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The online source further informed that Jade's mesmerizing performance had come in the Knockouts round of the competition, where two members of each team face each other for survival.

The coach of the team then selects which one of the two contestants would remain in the program while the other is eliminated from the show.

For this particular Knockout, Shelton selected Jade over Jaclyn Lovey, who sang Corinne Bailey Rae's Put Your Records On.

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