The Voice EXCLUSIVE: Kirrah Amosa insists she DIDN'T storm off set

The Voice EXCLUSIVE: Kirrah Amosa insists she DIDN'T storm off set and says her clash with Delta Goodrem was 'faked by producers'

By Joshua Fox For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 23:55 BST, 4 June 2019 | Updated: 00:06 BST, 5 June 2019

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The Voice Australia viewers watched Kirrah Amosa storm off stage on Tuesday night - but it turns out this never actually happened.

The 24-year-old singer claims that her argument with Delta Goodrem and the other coaches was totally 'fabricated' by producers. 

She told Daily Mail Australia: '[My audition] was shown completely out of context, I didn't storm off and I thanked the coaches and said goodbye.'

Fake news! The Voice Australia viewers watched Kirrah Amosa (left) storm off stage on Tuesday night - but it turns out this never actually happened

Pictured: Delta Goodrem

Fake news! The Voice Australia viewers watched Kirrah Amosa (left) storm off stage on Tuesday night - but it turns out this never actually happened. Pictured right: Delta Goodrem

Kirrah added: 'How they've made me look on TV is inaccurate. The fact they need to fabricate drama to get ratings is hilarious.'

Following her unsuccessful blind audition, Kirrah, who recently released an EP on Spotify, was asked by the coaches for a 'stronger' reaction.

She'd actually taken the news graciously, but Delta asked her leading questions like: 'I can see you're heartbroken, tell me about your feelings?'

Setting the record straight: '[My audition] was shown completely out of context, I didn't storm off and I thanked the coaches and said goodbye,' Kirrah told Daily Mail Australia

Setting the record straight: '[My audition] was shown completely out of context, I didn't storm off and I thanked the coaches and said goodbye,' Kirrah told Daily Mail Australia 

Speaking out: 'How they've made me look on TV is inaccurate. The fact they need to fabricate drama to get ratings is hilarious,' she added.

Speaking out: 'How they've made me look on TV is inaccurate. The fact they need to fabricate drama to get ratings is hilarious,' she added. 

Despite insisting she was 'nervous but [feeling] really good', Delta continued: 'There were some great moments, you obviously have a talent.

'But what I

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