You may think that Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale would have no problem getting up in front of the judges of NBC's The Voice, but apparently he doesn't think he'd do so well.
In a new interview with Fuse, the rock star dishes on wife Gwen Stefani's new gig as a judge on NBC and admits that had he ever had the chance to go on, he doubts he'd "ever go anywhere with that show."
During the segment, the musician expressed his amazement at the amount of hardwork that goes into the show and its performers, claiming, "They're just really, really good singers!"
He continues to discuss the difference in his musical upbringing, stating, "I came from a different school of slaying it through the clubs and playing shows like that and learning it in that way. They're all such really good singers. ... The way I think about it, none of them sing that good without having worked on it in their houses for many, many years. No one gets up one day and goes, 'Oh, I've found my voice!'"
Rossdale moves his comments to the very familiar argument many in the music industry are having based on the fact that it's "easier" to get discovered today, and thus, "make it." Unlike many, he appears to embrace the trend.
"I don't have any problems with how things are moving," the rock star says. "Some people get really upset by these shows. Certain musicians can't believe it's so easy. It's just the way it is. It doesn't bother me. Maybe I just flatline it too much, but it doesn't bother me."
The question remains: Does his wife think he'd get far on The Voice? Oh boy...
Watch the full interview at Fuse.