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Adam Levine, Pharrell, Blake Shelton, & Gwen Stefani Cover Each Other’s Music – VIDEO



Shelton and his co-star judges on NBC’s The Voice didn’t know what to expect when they were told they were meeting host Carson Daly’s Austrian counterpart, but it surely wasn’t this.

The star-studded panel of Adam Levine, Pharrell, Blake Shelton, and Gwen Stefani took to the stage to cover each other’s biggest jams! While Shelton and Lambert are already single and ready to mingle with anyone they like, a new report from In Touch magazine claims that Shelton’s ways to cope with the divorce have gone a bit too far.

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That’s Stefani covering Shelton’s “Neon Lights“, Shelton covering No Doubt’s “Don’t Speak“, Pharrell covering Maroon 5’s “Sugar“, and Levine covering Pharell’s song with Daft Punk, “Get Lucky“.

Carson Daly returns as host.

“I’m trying to pioneer a new sound maybe, in country music, with some soul”, Barrett tells the coaches in The Voice Season 9 premiere. “There’s some really great music out there, but I think there’s a place for me, for this voice”. Online.

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