The Voice & Ellen Reed makes bombshell claims about what is REALLY happening behind the scenes

Singer Ellen Reed (30) accused The Voice producers of & # 39; emotional manipulation & # 39 ;, after being convinced to go back to the show before turning a single seat.

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The artist from Brisbane, who made the grand finale in 2016, was destroyed after her rendition of Rihanna & # 39; s Diamonds could not impress the judges during Monday's episode.

The All-Star participant told Mamamia on Wednesday that she felt increased anxiety after doing the show for a second time and she issued a strict warning to others about what is really happening behind the scenes.

Bombshell: Singer Ellen Reed (photo), 30, accused The Voice producers of & # 39; emotional manipulation & # 39; after she was convinced to go back to the show before turning a single seat

Bombshell: Singer Ellen Reed (photo), 30, accused The Voice producers of & # 39; emotional manipulation & # 39; after she was convinced to go back to the show before turning a single seat

& # 39; (A producer said) & # 39; You are a weapon of a singer, we will be incredibly surprised if you do not turn a chair, you just have to trust us & # 39;, & # 39; Ellen reminded herself – adding that she was & # 39; emotionally manipulated & # 39; felt.

& # 39; He meant it would be okay. So I finally became convinced to go back. & # 39;

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Ellen said that producers approached her to return to the show and even before her February audition, she felt uncomfortable because she had no control over what she could sing and wear.

& # 39; You've received songs all the way, you never get a choice as to what you can sing … They told me what I was going to wear. So you get no choice at all, & she said.

Devastating: the artist from Brisbane, who made the grand finale in 2016, was destroyed after her rendition of Rihanna & # 39; s Diamonds did not impress the jury members on Monday's episode

Devastating: the artist from Brisbane, who made the grand finale in 2016, was destroyed after her rendition of Rihanna & # 39; s Diamonds did not impress the jury members on Monday's episode

Devastating: the artist from Brisbane, who made the grand finale in 2016, was destroyed after her rendition of Rihanna & # 39; s Diamonds did not impress the jury members on Monday's episode

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Former office worker Ellen entered the stage with tight leather pants, a top model with cleavage and a striking pink jacket with buckles and boots.

She performed on diamonds, despite the fact that she wanted to sing This is Me by The Greatest Showman.

Wrong song? She performed on diamonds, despite the fact that she wanted to sing This is Me by The Greatest Showman
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Wrong song? She performed on diamonds, despite the fact that she wanted to sing This is Me by The Greatest Showman

Wrong song? She performed on diamonds, despite the fact that she wanted to sing This is Me by The Greatest Showman

After not turning a chair, Ellen was criticized by the jury for her lack of & # 39; connection & # 39; with the song she had performed.

Delta Goodrem said: & # 39; It felt like you wanted it so badly that there was no connection with the actual song & # 39 ;.

Colleague judge, Kelly Rowland, had similar feelings to: & # 39; I missed the feeling & # 39 ;.

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Ellen visibly looked emotional when she faced the refusal and Boy George asked her to tell her & # 39; Don't walk away, take the moment! & # 39;

Disappointed: Ellen (left) looked visibly emotional when she met the refusal, and asked Boy George (right) to tell her & # 39; Don't walk away, take the moment! & # 39;

Disappointed: Ellen (left) looked visibly emotional when she met the refusal, and asked Boy George (right) to tell her & # 39; Don't walk away, take the moment! & # 39;

Disappointed: Ellen (left) looked visibly emotional when she met the refusal, and asked Boy George (right) to tell her & # 39; Don't walk away, take the moment! & # 39;

Disappointed: Ellen (left) looked visibly emotional when she met the refusal, and asked Boy George (right) to tell her & # 39; Don't walk away, take the moment! & # 39;

Disappointed: Ellen (left) looked visibly emotional when she met the refusal, and asked Boy George (right) to tell her & # 39; Don't walk away, take the moment! & # 39;

Ellen is the latest in a series of reality stars that have accused TV networks and producers of endangering their health and safety for ratings.

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Formerly Married to First Sight participants, Tracey Jewel and Ines Basic, recently claimed that reality TV has ruined their lives.

& # 39; I don't think you can ever get over it. It becomes a new normal. But with amazing supportive friends and family and finding a new goal, life can always be a surprise, & Tracey wrote on Instagram earlier this month.

Told Ines women's Day that they too have been manipulated & # 39; & # 39; and & # 39; controlled & # 39; felt by producers.

Not impressed: the jury members, (L-R) Boy George, Delta Goodrem, Guy Sebastian and Kelly Rowland, did not turn their seats during the performance of Ellen

Not impressed: the jury members, (L-R) Boy George, Delta Goodrem, Guy Sebastian and Kelly Rowland, did not turn their seats during the performance of Ellen

Not impressed: the jury members, (L-R) Boy George, Delta Goodrem, Guy Sebastian and Kelly Rowland, did not turn their seats during the performance of Ellen

Feedback: After not turning a chair around, Ellen was criticized by the jury for her lack of & # 39; connection & # 39; with the song she had performed. Delta said: & # 39; It felt like you wanted it so badly that there was no connection with the actual text & # 39;
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Feedback: After not turning a chair around, Ellen was criticized by the jury for her lack of & # 39; connection & # 39; with the song she had performed. Delta said: & # 39; It felt like you wanted it so badly that there was no connection with the actual text & # 39;

Feedback: After not turning a chair around, Ellen was criticized by the jury for her lack of & # 39; connection & # 39; with the song she had performed. Delta said: & # 39; It felt like you wanted it so badly that there was no connection with the actual text & # 39;

& # 39; I just didn't like how controlled and manipulated I felt, & # 39; she said. & # 39; I really thought the whole experience was going to be fun, but behind the scenes it was so much controlled. & # 39;

Likewise, former participant Clare Verrall revealed that she tried to commit suicide twice after appearing on Married At First Sight in 2016.

& # 39; I was so broken and scared that I would not go outside & # 39 ;, Clare recently told Channel Seven & # 39; s Sunday Night.

Not the only one: Ellen is the newest in a series of reality stars who have accused TV networks and producers of endangering their health and safety for reviews. Former Married to First Sight participants, Tracey Jewel (left) and Ines Basic (right) recently claimed that reality TV had ruined their lives

Not the only one: Ellen is the newest in a series of reality stars who have accused TV networks and producers of endangering their health and safety for reviews. Former Married to First Sight participants, Tracey Jewel (left) and Ines Basic (right) recently claimed that reality TV had ruined their lives

Not the only one: Ellen is the newest in a series of reality stars who have accused TV networks and producers of endangering their health and safety for reviews. Former Married to First Sight participants, Tracey Jewel (left) and Ines Basic (right) recently claimed that reality TV had ruined their lives

Not the only one: Ellen is the newest in a series of reality stars who have accused TV networks and producers of endangering their health and safety for reviews. Former Married to First Sight participants, Tracey Jewel (left) and Ines Basic (right) recently claimed that reality TV had ruined their lives

Not the only one: Ellen is the newest in a series of reality stars who have accused TV networks and producers of endangering their health and safety for reviews. Former Married to First Sight participants, Tracey Jewel (left) and Ines Basic (right) recently claimed that reality TV had ruined their lives

Bottom floor: in the same way, former participant Clare Verrall (photo) revealed that she tried to commit suicide twice after she appeared on Married At First Sight in 2016

Bottom floor: in the same way, former participant Clare Verrall (photo) revealed that she tried to commit suicide twice after she appeared on Married At First Sight in 2016

Bottom floor: in the same way, former participant Clare Verrall (photo) revealed that she tried to commit suicide twice after she appeared on Married At First Sight in 2016

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& # 39; I have many death threats. Just very specific threats like: & # 39; I hope she is raped and then dies in a fire. & # 39; & # 39;

Survivor Kristie Bennett also claimed that the reality show of Channel Ten had an impact on her mental health, despite the fact that she won the series in 2016.

The 27-year-old claims the survival show, where participants had to cope with heavy food supplies in Samoa for 55 days with heavy food supplies, taking a considerable physical and mental toll.

& # 39; And no, & # 39; we didn't sign for that & # 39 ;. We have signed up with courage and determination to pursue our dreams. Don't destroy our mental health, & Kristie wrote on Instagram.

Challenging: survivor winner Kristie Bennett (right) also claimed that the reality show Channel Ten had an impact on her mental health, despite the fact that she won the series in 2016

Challenging: survivor winner Kristie Bennett (right) also claimed that the reality show Channel Ten had an impact on her mental health, despite the fact that she won the series in 2016

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Challenging: survivor winner Kristie Bennett (right) also claimed that the reality show Channel Ten had an impact on her mental health, despite the fact that she won the series in 2016

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