Last night's instalment of American Idol saw Nicki Minaj and Mariah Carey come to blows yet again over Angie Miller's performance.
Having listened to Angie perform 'Someone To Watch Over Me', Nicki made her comments known about what she thought. Crediting her talent, Nicki told the hopeful who is in the final four:
"I could totally see you singing those kind of songs on Broadway, you have a very Broadway type of thing".
Giving her some criticism, Nicki added: "Something you should work and concentrate on is your high notes as when you hit them you seem to get into it and your face and your body transforms so just get the beginning to there."
However, Mariah obviously didn't agree as the audience and viewers at home saw the star show her disagreement and giving her own verdict of Angie's performance.
Not one to take things lying down after Mariah shot her down over the comments she made, Nicki told Mariah: "Clean your ears out, clean your ears out."
Mariah and Nicki came to verbal blows yet again on American Idol last night (WENN)
But of course Mariah was not going to let Nicki have the last word and shot back at the 'Pound The Alarm' star: "Darling, let me express this to her as a singer. Just sing from your heart every time and your notes will continue to shine regardless of the dirt that gets splattered around you."
Trying hard to pull the attention from the ladies back to the show, host Ryan Seacrest tried to make a joke of the feuding pair, telling them: "Someone is going to go to the corner, we have to get to the end of the show ladies. Are we all still on for dinner?"
Mariah's feud with Nicki comes after the star found herself in the centre of rumours that she was going to be replaced by former judge Jennifer Lopez, last week after The Hollywood Reporter claimed that bosses wanted to bring Jennifer back.
However, the speculation was quickly put to rest as a Fox spokesperson said of the rumours:
"This is just another ridiculous Idol judge rumour, likely started by talks of Jennifer performing on the finale." Backing up the statement, producer of American Idol, Nigel Lythgoe commented:
"I have not been included in any conversation regarding replacing Mariah with Jen this season."