Niall Horan admits he doesnt want to watch The Voice USA as he f…

The Voice’s Blake Shelton accuses Niall Horan of dirty tricks

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The Voice USA is back on NBC with its twenty-third season, as a bunch of hopeful musicians showcase their talents in a bid to get coached by one of the show’s four all-star coaches. This season saw newcomer Niall Horan joined the show, but he confessed he can’t watch himself back as a coach.

Niall joined Sam Thompson on his Hits Radio show this week for an hour long special in which he discussed his recent stint on The Voice USA.

The former One Direction star admitted he “doesn’t want to watch” The Voice USA after “struggling” to make “hard decisions” as a coach on the show.

He knew how “tough” it can be for those who don’t make it to the next stage of the competition, having risen to fame on a similar singing competition the X Factor.

Horan made his debut on The Voice when the singing competition show returned to NBC last week.

The singer explained it’s strange coming from his X Factor roots to now being on the other side of things.

He told HitsRadio: “I’m basically seeing multiple different versions of myself on the show in front of me.

“Seeing these really young 16, 17-year-olds reminds me of me when I was there and I’m struggling to make those hard decisions, ” he added.

The former One Direction star empathised with the contestants and insisted it isn’t “as easy as it looks” to step out and perform on the big stage.

“It’s tough because I know how I would have felt if I hadn’t have got through at the time. It’s not as easy as it looks,” he said during an appearance on Hits Radio.

Speaking about his decision not to watch back his stint on The Voice USA, he explained: “The show only just came out and apparently it went down well.

“We can’t watch it in the UK at the moment so I’m staying away. I don’t really want to watch it – it could be a disaster!”

Niall has already made an impression on the rest of his panel and the viewers after he seemingly started a friendly rivalry with his fellow coach, Blake Shelton.

Horan’s hilarious rival with Shelton became apparent during one recent episode of the competition last week, when Shelton accused Horan of “dirty tricks”.

After Ross Clayton wowed all four of the judges with his audition singing Keith Urban’s popular country hit Blue Ain’t Your Colour, Horan did everything in his power to win him over.

When the time came for the former boyband star to pitch, he decided to do things a little differently.

“I need a bit of privacy,” the singer said before walking over to Shelton’s chair and pushing his button, which sent the chair spinning back around so couldn’t see the stage or Ross anymore.

Then in a Shelton-style voice, Horan mocked his co-star, saying: “He’s [Shelton] about to go in his last season on this show” as he was seen laughing in his chair.

The coaches all finally spun back around to face the stage where the aspiring singer had to make the tough decision of which team he would like to join.

Luckily for Horan, Clayton chose him to be his new mentor for the season, despite Shelton claiming the decision came down to Horan’s “dirty tricks”.

The Voice USA continues Mondays on NBC in the US.

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