Blake Shelton and Adam Levine Open Up About Their Bromance on ‘The Voice’
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Blake Shelton and Adam Levine Open Up About Their Bromance on ‘The Voice’


The Voice coaches are closer than ever after 12 seasons, especially Blake Shelton and Adam Levine.

The two handsome musicians, who have been on every season of the hit NBC show, know their friendship is only getting stronger by the day.

“I remember when I saw him at the meeting at NBC, I was instantly very taken by him ’cause he was definitely not your typical country artist,” the Maroon 5 singer told People of Blake.

“He was not a cookie-cutter guy, and the second we met, we were friends. All of the bulls—t that we do comes from a place of love.”

The country crooner also had preconceived ideas as to what the father of one would be like, but they were quickly dispelled.  

“I didn’t know what the hell was going on. It was this skinny guy with a white T-shirt with the collar all stretched out,” the 40-year-old said about the first time they met.

“I remember turning to my manager and saying, ‘I think that’s Adam Levine.'"

“He’s one of the most loving people I’ve ever known. We drive each other nuts, but outside of this world, he’s one of my best friends and it’s because of his heart,” he continued.

“He needs his face slapped around, but he has a huge, huge heart.”

Adam and Blake — as well as Gwen Stefani and Alicia Keys — are back for Season 12, but all the coaches who have sat in the big red chairs are still friends to this day.

“It’s so cool that we are really close. Blake and Alicia and Shakira and Usher and Pharrell. It’s like holy s—t, I was able to make all these new friends I never would’ve made in a million years,” the “Sunday Morning” singer continued.

“We were brought together by this crazy show. I feel so lucky to have at least at the end of the day, beyond the show itself, to have made really good friends.”

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