The singer from The Script has claimed he's not a fan of people who use TV talent shows to become famous.
Chatting earnestly to the Daily Star Playlist, the spinny chair practitioner said: "I hate the idea of getting famous just for being famous. People say: 'How can you say that when you did The Voice?', but I did the show to represent bands."
Poor Bo Bruce.
Obviously with one eye on Leanne Mitchell's future career, he added: "Our message is, don’t be famous for fame's sake. Be a teacher, a politician, whatever, but get on your soapbox and say something – don’t expect to get it on a plate."
The notoriously outspoken singer then went on to talk about The Script's new album and how "dark" it all is.
"My lyrics come from deep-rooted issues. I’m sure there’s some computer program that could be written to analyse it because I get all the dark stuff out in The Script," he explained.