Christina Aguilera has bonded with the men of "The Voice" - Blake Shelton, Cee Lo Green and Adam Levine - but which coach would she trust her littlest man, son Max, with?
Access Hollywood's Billy Bush and Kit Hoover sat down with all four "The Voice" coaches last week for a fun and raucous interview, where the chart-topping pop star revealed who she'd feel most comfortable leaving in charge of her 5-year-old son.
"Out of all these brothers that you got sitting around you here... if you had to leave one of them to babysit for your son, who would you trust to babysit?" Billy asked.
"You know what, actually, I have to be honest... Cee Lo is very charismatic and actually after a full day, sorry guys, he paid a lot of attention [to Max,]" Christina said.
It appears Cee Lo has a bit more in common with toddlers than Blake and Adam.
"He [was] just like was there shooting his guns and pretending to be zombies," she said of a recent day where her fellow judge spent time with her son. "Max loves Cee Lo."
"Yeah, because Cee Lo is just like one of his peers though," Adam added with a laugh.
Speaking of peers, "The Voice" judges stayed neutral when asked if they have enjoyed beating other reality singing shows in the ratings.
"We're not competing we're just doing our own thing," Adam told Billy and Kit.
Christina explained that they want to avoid the internal talent drama seen on other singing competitions, and focus on the contestants.
"We all four joined hands and we said to Mark Burnett, 'We don't want to be on a show that's promoting any sort of negativity or is about to tearing down the actual talent that gets up on that stage in any way shape or form,'" she recalled. "We know what it feels like and so I just feel like we stay genuine and true to that and I think the audience appreciates that."
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"The Voice" airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8/7c on NBC.
-- Jesse Spero
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