The Voice UK's Esmee Denters has been hit by a wave of criticism after her appearance on the show last night.
The Outta Here singer has all four coaches turn for her following a performance of Coldplay's Yellow, joining Team Will.i.am.
But viewers of The Voice 2015 have branded the Dutch singer "rude", "arrogant" and "overconfident."
"Felt she had a bit of an ego when Ricky was trying to pitch to her. Could have been more humble," one wrote while another added: "Rude and ungracious ..... I wonder why she failed last time round?"
A third agreed: "I went off her at the end after she spoke. Good singer but very arrogant. Wouldn't surprise me if her attitude was the reason she was dropped. "
Others complained about the 26-year-old: "She was not very likeable when discussing with the judges. I don't know her from her previous efforts and would be unlikely to vote for her based on her attitude. "
And more comments online included: "Her attitude was atrocious. Entitled, arrogant and superior. "
But there was some support for the 26-year-old with one writing: "Hopefully she will win The Voice. Glad to see her again. She is the best and great control of her Voice."
Esmee has admitted that auditioning for The Voice UK was a "risk" and revealed it was her fanbase of more than 100,000 Twitter followers and 200,000 facebook fans that encouraged her.
She also told DigitalSpy: "There's some incredible talent out here in the UK so I think I made it really hard for myself by going on the show but I think it will be a learning experience.
"I think it's important sometimes to do stuff that scares the hell out of you just to learn and grow so that's the reason why – I'm crazy!"
Last night, Esmee told her fans on Facebook: " I have been living in London for over 3 years now and I am so thankful that the British public has accepted me as one of their own tonight! X"
The Voice UK continues next Saturday night on BBC One.
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