Randy Jackson Ends 'The Voice' VS. 'Idol' Feud

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Naturally, there's a degree of rivalry to be expected between the wildly popular FOX singing competition American Idol and its NBC competitor, The Voice. While Randy Jackson acknowledges there's been mud thrown by both parties, the Idol judge puts the rumors of a feud to rest once and for all.
"First of all, it's all love," Randy tells Ellen DeGeneres in an interview to air Wednesday. "No disrespect, I think The Voice is a great show. I think what they do is great…[American Idol is] about finding the next undiscovered talent. The greatest undiscovered talent in America. So I love that."
As for personally holding any animosity towards anyone on The Voice panel, Randy squashes those rumors flat.
"Adam is my boy. Christina is my girl, Cee Lo is my dog and Blake is almost like my brother, we just have different Moms."
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