British singer Paloma Faith has slammed bosses of Bbc talent show The Voice for allegedly editing out her comments and hyping-up her links to judge Danny O'Donoghue when she appeared as a celebrity mentor.
The pop star was featured on the U.K. version of the hit series last month (Apr12) to help The Script frontman oversee his acts' rehearsals.
She was introduced as a close pal of the singer, but Faith insists she had never met the star before, and claims producers heavily cut her opinions when the episode aired.
She tells London's Evening Standard, "They said we were friends but we had never met before. (The opportunity) came through them contacting my people, who said, 'Do you want to do it?' And I said, 'Yeah, but can I say what I really feel?' But they just edited it out. I think I was maybe a bit too realistic.
"I was doing a lot of talking about how you shouldn't really worry about this and I don't really believe in competing in art because it's subjective, so some people think you're amazing but some people won't - all that kind of normal human stuff that they don't promote on that show."