The Wanted to Christina Aguilera: We're sorry, sort of

Christina Aguilera

Christina Aguilera (Credit: Getty Images)

Two days after calling "The Voice" judge Christina Aguilera a "b----" during a radio interview in New York, Tom Parker - a member of the hot Brit boy band The Wanted kinda-sorta apologized and, at the same time, managed to take another stab at the pop singer.

After a guest appearance on the NBC show, the band went on NYC's 92.3 NOW and said, "She's a total b----. She might not be a b---- in real life, but to us she was a b----." The "Glad You Came" singers also claimed Xtina refused to look at or speak to them; added band member Siva Kaneswaran: "She was quite rude."

After receiving fire from the blond judge's fans, Parker was caught by TMZ.com's cameras at Hollywood's Mondrian Hotel Sunday, where he offered up a classic backhanded apology.

"We shouldn't have said it, to be honest with you," Parker said. "We just think manners cost nothing, you know what I mean?" The mini-feud comes on the heels of Aguilera's rumored Justin Bieber snub on "The Voice."


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Tags: Entertainment , Buzz , Perrie Samotin , Xtina , The Wanted

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