Adam Levine "Not A Fan Of Singing Competitions"

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    Adam Levine of Maroon 5 says he's not a fan of singing competitions.

    "The Voice" doesn't return to television until after the Super Bowl next year, but Adam Levine is creating a stir already by admitting in a new interview he's "not a fan" of singing competitions.

    "I'm not a fan of singing competitions. I never have been," the judge told the Huffington Post.

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    Adam was quick, however, to defend his own reality show.

    "There was something that rang true with 'The Voice,'" he continued. "It's just a very sincere, honest show where we were allowed to speak our minds and be ourselves and help people along - in a real way."

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    While it helps people "in a real way," Adam suggested some of the tension between him and fellow judges – like Christina Aguilera, is artificial.

    "Any tension that we produced was all fabricated," he said. "We all liked each other. The media just played it up. Christina [Aguilera] kicks a**. She's super talented."

    As previously reported on AccessHollywood.com, "The Voice" will premiere its second season after the Super Bowl on Sunday, February 5.

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    The show will then move to its regular night, beginning Monday February 6 at 8 PM ET/PT.

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