The Bush frontman was met with a lukewarm reception when he was unveiled as a new panellist on ITV’s version of the talent show, ahead of recording the auditions last year.
And while he’s gone on to form a strong team on the current series, many have still questioned his credentials as a judge - something which Gavin doesn’t have much time for.
Speaking to the Daily Express, he said: “I don’t follow that stuff. I do my Twitter. I’m very dutiful on my own social media, but I just think with people’s idea on things, all I care about, and what’s the same for me, all I care about is each act and everyone’s performance on Sunday.
Gavin’s daughter, Daisy Lowe, previously revealed he bosses had told him to speak up, after failing to win acts over the other coaches.
It was also claimed Black Eyed Peas frontman will.i.am threatened to quit the show when it was revealed Gavin was joining.
He was said to have felt loyalty to Gavin’s ex-wife Gwen Stefani, who he acrimoniously split from in 2015.
‘The Voice’ continues on Saturday (11 March) at 8.30pm on ITV.