UH-OH! It's the battle of the singing competitions! The crew of The Voice showed up to the Ellen DeGeneres Show on Thursday (episode airing Friday) to discuss their show's second season premiere on Sunday and Adam Levine responded to some comments made by American Idol judge Randy Jackson.

Levine seemed super disappointed in Jackson's comments that The Voice is a "second-chance" reality show, where people who can't make it somewhere else turn to for another shot. "Shame on Randy Jackson for saying that," Levine said. "He out of anybody should know that if you're in this business you need second, third, fourth and fifth chances. So we love and embrace that being part of the show."'

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The singer's response was awarded by a round of applause from the audience and approving nods from his OWN competitiors on The Voice, Christina Aguilera and Blake Shelton. "That was an irresponsible thing to say," Levine added.

I'm going to say I have to agree with Adam Levine on this one! It's not like people that come on Idol haven't tried to break into the industry before and are just looking for a second chance, too, right?! I'm sure Randy didn't mean for the comments in a negative way, but I think Adam handled his response maturely and hopefully we won't be seeing any serious feuding between these two shows anymore -- because, let's be real -- they're both great!!

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