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'American Idol' Auditions Proceed Despite Nicki Minaj and Mariah Carey's Feud

October 3, 2012 (6:24 pm) GMT
Show's host Ryan Seacrest admitted that it got pretty intense between the two judges but 'We want that! We want them to be on this panel together.'

Everything is cooling down between and whose feud was caught on tape on Tuesday, October 2. The new "" judges appeared back together in Charlotte, North Carolina to continue the taping of the show, which was wrapped up earlier the day before, due to their feud.

Minaj was heard ranting in a video, throwing expletives at Carey. "I told them Iím not f**kin' putting up with her f**kin' highness over there," she said. Fellow judges and tried to tame the situation to no success.

Commenting on the incident, the show's host said on his morning radio show, "These are all very different individuals with different perspectives and different opinions that provide for interesting conversation and dialogue and feedback for the contestants. [There's] nothing wrong with disagreeing ...That's gonna happen, and it's okay."

Seacrest did not deny that things got heated up between Minaj and Carey. "It was intense! I'll be honest with you ...It went far last night. It did get intense." He added, "We want that! We want them to be on this panel together. This is a good team, a great team, to go out and look for the next American Idol ... the feedback that they give is very good."

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