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Boy George slams Kelly Rowland for breaking The Voice rules AGAIN

‘It’s an outrage!’ Boy George slams Kelly Rowland for breaking The Voice rules AGAIN by using two different songs in one battle… as he questions whether rapper Denzel ‘can sing opera’

They’ve gone head-to-head several times on the most explosive season of The Voice Australia yet. 

And Monday’s episode saw Boy George slam Kelly Rowland after he accused her of ‘breaking the rules’ again by combining two different songs in one battle round.

Moments before the showdown, rapper Denzel versed opera singer Henry Olonga as they performed a mixture of Eminem‘s Lose Yourself and Adele‘s Skyfall. 

'It's an outrage!': Boy George slammed Kelly Rowland (pictured) for breaking The Voice rules AGAIN

Not allowed? She used two different songs in one battle

‘It’s an outrage!’: Boy George (R) slammed Kelly Rowland (L) for breaking The Voice rules AGAIN by using two different songs in one battle during Monday’s episode 

‘It was two different songs which is the first time this has happened. It wasn’t strictly a battle was it? If it’s a battle, who’s it against?’ Boy said after the performance concluded.

Defending Kelly, fellow judge Guy Sebastian said: ‘This is a unique situation, Denzel is a rapper so we’re not going to make Henry rap and make Denzel sing.’

Boy responded, saying: ‘Why not? He might be a great rapper.’ Facing Denzel, he added: ‘Can you sing opera? Can you sing?’

Performance: Moments before the showdown, rapper Denzel (L) versed opera singer Henry Olonga (R) as they performed a mixture of Eminem's Lose Yourself and Adele's Skyfall

Performance: Moments before the showdown, rapper Denzel (L) versed opera singer Henry Olonga (R) as they performed a mixture of Eminem’s Lose Yourself and Adele’s Skyfall

'It was two different songs which is the first time this has happened. It wasn't strictly a battle was it? If it's a battle, who's it against?' Boy said, later asking Denzel if he can 'sing opera'

‘It was two different songs which is the first time this has happened. It wasn’t strictly a battle was it? If it’s a battle, who’s it against?’ Boy said, later asking Denzel if he can ‘sing opera’

‘Nah, don’t do this man,’ a bashful Denzel said, while Kelly defended her decision as ‘risky’ but ‘gutsy’ in mixing opera and hip hop together.  

‘But everybody else in our teams had to do it by the rules,’ a frustrated Boy continued. 

‘Oh, George c’mon with that rules stuff man. Don’t make me get unladylike in front of this audience. I really don’t want to go there,’ Kelly said. 

'Nah, don't do this man,' a bashful Denzel (pictured) said, while Kelly defended her decision as 'risky' but 'gutsy' in mixing opera and hip hop together

‘Nah, don’t do this man,’ a bashful Denzel (pictured) said, while Kelly defended her decision as ‘risky’ but ‘gutsy’ in mixing opera and hip hop together 

'Oh, George c'mon with that rules stuff man. Don't make me get unladylike in front of this audience. I really don't want to go there,' Kelly said

‘Oh, George c’mon with that rules stuff man. Don’t make me get unladylike in front of this audience. I really don’t want to go there,’ Kelly said

Meanwhile, Delta Goodrem attempted to stop the argument by yelling out: ‘Stop it! Shush!’

Kelly told Boy to ‘be quiet’ while he hit back, saying: ‘I didn’t come all this way to be quiet, sorry babe.’

After the explosive moment, Kelly decided to pick Denzel to progress through to the finals.

The Voice Australia continues at 7:30pm Tuesday on Channel Nine.  

Success: After the explosive moment, Kelly (pictured) decided to pick Denzel to progress through to the finals

Got her way: After the explosive moment, Kelly decided to pick Denzel to progress through to the finals

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