Adam Levine won’t be returning to The Voice this season, and Blake Shelton got candid about how he felt about his cohost for the singing show. On September 5, the “God Gave Me You” singer, 43, spoke about the Maroon 5 frontman’s exit from The Voice.
"Adam's not on the show and I want him to know that he can still kiss my a** wherever he is right now," Blake told Entertainment Tonight.
He continued, "Literally, you know, with Adam being gone, I'm not gonna lie, that was scary. It's weird. Without him here, it's literally shocking to not have him here.”
"I couldn't be happier that she's back on the show," the country crooner gushed about the “Rich Girl” songstress.
Gwen, 49, initially reacted to Adam’s exit in June. "So, to think that he’s not going to be there is bittersweet,” she revealed. “And plus, being between him and Blake and the amount of laughter – I would have to stop and massage my face because it would hurt!”
The 17th season of The Voice premieres on NBC on September 23.
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