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The top six contestants on NBC's "The Voice" were revealed during Tuesday night's episode, but coach Adam Levine stole the spotlight when a live mic caught him uttering, "I hate this country."

Levine's remarks came while waiting to hear who America voted as the final contestant to move on. Two of his team members were voted off the show.

The 34-year-old Maroon 5 lead singer attempted to defend his comment by sending out a series of tweets which included four definitions: joke, lighthearted, humorless and misunderstand.

It's safe to say Twitter users didn't take well to his comments, nor his tweets.

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