On The Voice 2012 finale Tuesday night, the winner may not be determined by who gave the best performances this season, but rather by which side of a celebrity feud the majority of the voters are on. In the midst of a smack down between Team Adam Levine and Team Christina Aguilera, will The Voice 2012 winner actually be chosen based on who the voters think has the most talent? Or will The Voice predictions hinting the winner will be picked by which team they are on come true?

Even the most oblivious The Voice 2012 fan has probably noticed by now that team coach Christina Aguilera is not fond of former Mickey Mouse Club cohort Tony Lucca of Team Adam Levine. All season long she has been dissing him regularly with snarky comments in between lukewarm compliments. I can’t help but think something happened between those two way back when that Christina has just never gotten over…

On The Voice 2012 last night, Tony Lucca allegedly decided to respond to Christina Aguilera’s negative commentary throughout the season through a rendition of Jay-Z’s “99 Problems.” If you aren’t familiar with the song, the lyrics include the lovely phrase: “I got 99 problems but a b*tch ain’t one.” According to various gossip sources, Christina Aguilera and Adam Levine had a quite a row about it prior to the performance because she was well aware the Tony Lucca “99 Problems” song was directed at her.

 

Tony Lucca 99 Problems video
During her commentary on the song, Christina Aguilera got quite nasty in an oh-so-polite way by pointing out how Tony Lucca’s “beautiful wife and your daughter and family are here tonight… and I just thought, you know, the lyrical connotation was a little derogatory towards women.” In other words, you should be ashamed of singing that in front of your family, douchebag and I am not a b*tch, so there! (Oh, and by the way, the kid was a BOY.)

Adam Levine, of course, had to snap back that the song was supposed to be “a metaphor,” prompting Christina Aguilera to slam back, “If that’s how you have to get points…” Showing off just how catty he can be, Adam Levine revealed his undershirt stenciled with glittery letters spelling out “Team Xtina.”

To finish off her snark for the evening, Christina Aguilera later complimented her final remaining team member, Chris Mann, by calling him “a real man, who respects women.”

In my previous The Voice 2012 predictions for who would walk home as The Voice 2012 winner Tuesday night, I had placed my bet on Juliet Simms from Team Cee Lo Green. However, if the voters are so entrenched in the feud between Tony Lucca, Adam Levine and Christina Aguilera they decide they have to get involved, it could totally change the landscape of the votes.

So who will win The Voice 2012 tonight? With the fan polls almost evenly split between all four remaining contestants and the whole Christina Aguilera and Adam Levine team feud thrown into the mix, it is almost impossible to guess. If Tony Lucca does not win due to a big bump from the voters over this whole feud thing, I’m still going with my original The Voice 2012 prediction of Juliet Simms landing the win. Who do you think will win The Voice 2012? Let me know your opinion in our comments section below.

Join us here Tuesday night on SnarkFood.com for our The Voice 2012 live recap of the finale and find out who will be The Voice 2012 winner for season two!


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