“The Voice” coaches Blake Shelton and Adam Levine have had a rivalry since day one on NBC’s reality TV competition, but their recent performance of “Fly Me to the Moon” seems to suggest that all is forgiven. In the vintage black-and-white duet, the male coaches sang such intimate lyrics as “hold my hand,” “baby kiss me” and even “I love you.” The tone of the video is serious, but Shelton and Levine occasionally smile as if to let the audience know that they’re joking. In case you missed this video from the Top 24 recap episode of “The Voice,” watch Shelton and Levine’s duet above.
Shelton’s half-dozen artists still on the show are Pryor Baird, Spensha Baker, Gary Edwards, Austin Giorgio, Kyla Jade and Wilkes.
Over the course of the first 13 seasons Shelton won a whopping six championships including most recently Chloe Kohanski, who returned as a mentor to help Team Blake during the knockouts. Shelton, a seven-time Grammy nominee in the country fields, is often the most sought-after coach for contestants who survive the blind auditions. Will someone from his current team help Shelton claim his seventh championship?
Levine’s six remaining team members are Mia Boostrom, Sharane Calister, Drew Cole, Rayshun LaMarr, Reid Umstattd and Jackie Verna.
Three of Levine’s former artists went on to win the title: Javier Colon (Season 1), Tessanne Chin (Season 5) and Jordan Smith (Season 9). It no doubt aggravates Levine that he’s only won three seasons while Shelton has ran off with six victories. But Levine can gain solace in the fact that he’s taken home three Grammy Awards with his band Maroon 5, including Best New Artist in 2005.
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