Voice of Ireland: Una gets revenge on Bressie for favouritism accusation but she comes under fire again for song choice
Una Foden let rip at Bressie on The Voice of Ireland on Sunday night over his choice of song for one of his battles.
Una had been seething since last week when Bressie accused her of choosing a song which suited contestant Nigel Connell better than Mags White.
Speaking to Breakfast Republic on 2fm last week she said she was determined to get her own back on Bressie.
The Saturdays star didn't hold back on Sunday, accusing Bressie of choosing a song which didn't suit either of his contestants in one of his battles.
Bressie chose Elvis' You Were Always On My Mind for Moylan Brunnock and Michael Hogg and Una said it did not suit two girls and that they sang it too sweetly rendering it useless as a battles song.
"There was no fight in it, no change for either of them to think, 'I am going to win this'," she said.
Bressie chose to keep Moylan which left Michaela available for a steal. Una stole her immediately, commenting, "I couldn't let her go - you were the best for me."
However, Una was not the only one snapping on Sunday night.
The three other coaches agreed that Una's Haim song choice for Fiona Garvey and Tara Brown's battle didn't work.
"The song choice was an odd one for me, I never heard it either," said Kian.
Una told him he wasn't pronouncing the band's name correctly but he replied that he only listens to good music.