Christina Aguilera has been dealing with plenty of image problems lately, with nearly every story about her reporting that she is difficult to get along with. 'The Voice' contestant Tony Lucca acknowledged drama with his former Mouseketeer mate, as Xtina was overly critical of Lucca, who came in third overall. However, the singer apologized to Lucca at the end of last night's show, which was the season finale.
'The Voice' coach Christina Aguilera and finalist Tony Lucca have a history, the most recent of which is contentious. Years ago, they were both Mouseketeers. But there has been some sort of inexplicable ongoing beef all season long on 'The Voice,' as Xtina has consistently criticized the Team Adam contestant Lucca in a not nice way. We'll say it: She's been mean. It boiled over on last night's penultimate episode, causing Lucca to publicly apologize for his role in the drama.
Tony Lucca may have '99 Problems,' but being a loser on 'The Voice' isn't one of them. The indescribably popular singer-songwriter with the soulful heart and voice walked onto the stage with sheer confidence on Monday, hoping to impress fans enough to send him into reality show fame on Tuesday.
"Having the right song at the right moment has proven to be critical," Tony Lucca said before kicking off Monday's live episode of 'The Voice.' "There's no room for error." Thankfully, errors were nowhere to be found in the singer-songwriter's delivery -- he pumped up the crowd with every leap across the stage during his cover of the Heavy's 'How You Like Me Now.'
America saved Tony Lucca for Team Adam Levine on 'The Voice,' so Katrina Parker and Mathai had to perform for the save on tonight's (April 24) elimination episode. Levine ended up choosing Parker after a long, drawn out speech about his love for both of them and their talents, therefore ending Mathai's run on the show. So Lucca and Parker will represent Team Adam in the semis next week.
Former Mickey Mouse Club Mouseketeer Tony Lucca squeaked through two weeks ago after competing coach and former co-star Christina Aguilera called him one-dimensional. This week he embraced his past, and chose a song from another of his teenaged co-stars. Singing Britney Spears' '... Baby One More Time,' Lucca gave what's destined to be the night's most talked-about performance.