'The Voice': Nakia talks battle round controversies, says Blake Shelton's no homophobe

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He's one of our favorite performers on NBC's "The Voice" and the guy only needs one name: Nakia. Since he burst on the scene a big flurry of hair with the courage to sing Cee Lo Green's own song in the blind rounds to his recent hard-fought win over fellow Texan, Tje Austin, he has definitely become hard to forget."Obviously, I can't tell you what was going through Cee Lo's head," Nakia tells Zap2it of his difficult battle round pairing. "But I can tell you what was going on in my mind. I feel like although it was a rough pairing on Tje and I emotionally that it made for great television. And Cee Lo, first and foremost in all of this, knows good entertainment. So, I think that Cee Lo's pairings in the battle rounds have been spot-on, because it makes for great television."So, it's clear that Nakia appreciates his coach's showmanship, but does...


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