The high-profile columnist criticised The Voice after news emerged that last year’s winner, Stevie McCrorie, had returned to his day job as a fireman after his music career didn’t go to plan.
“Last year's winner of The Voice just went back to the day job. Not wishing to put a dampener on proceedings #TheVoice,” the 41-year-old former Apprentice star wrote on Twitter.
But the official BBC account for The Voice hit back with a rejoinder.
The tweet has since been deleted and Hopkins has continued to vent her frustrations about the show.
“Ok, next contestant on #TheVoice. Your challenge is to pretend to cry more than the others,” she continued added.
Hopkins’ Twitter feed has frequently dominated headlines and prompted a backlash on social media.
In the aftermath of the Brussels attacks, she stirred controversy for suggesting pro-refugee policies were to blame for the terrorist attacks.
The Independent has approached the BBC for comment.
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