They continue to lock horns on the set of The Voice.
But superstar singer Seal is adamant he has no bad blood with fellow judge Boy George.
“There is a great balance of humour, seriousness and not taking it all too seriously,” he told The Daily Telegraph.
In fact, the UK pop sensation credits the Culture Club star as being a huge influence on his music.
“There are events you remember as significant part of pop culture and therefore your culture,” he explained.
“I remember seeing and hearing Boy George for the first time and thinking, ‘Wow, he is amazing!’”
“He had an impact [on] my musical outlook for sure,” he added.
Tensions came to a head on Sunday night’s episode, with co-star Delta Goodrem admitting a verbal spat between the pair had left her “kinda terrified.”
“You can’t win everything, babe,” George fired at his fellow Brit as they fought over who would coach NSW contestant Rennie Adams.
“There’s a lot of ego up here and that’s just Seal!”
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