It's been two years since Adam Levine left The Voice, and while it doesn't seem like he'll ever return to the NBC series as a coach, that doesn't mean he has lost contact with the other coaches of the show. Levine recently revealed what his relationship is like with Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton these days and whether he's cool enough with them to play their wedding.
It may sound like an odd statement, but Adam Levine was asked exactly that in an interview with SiriusXM, and the Maroon 5 singer shared the odds that he'd perform a song or two at their wedding. He also shared how his relationship with the couple is going since audiences don't see him interact with either on The Voice anymore.
They can’t afford me. [Smiles.] No, sure, they haven’t asked me yet. I would love… First of all, I was just texting literally with them. I love them so much. It’s so funny you mentioned that, because I just texted them 10 minutes ago to say, ‘I love you guys.’ Yeah, they’re the best, dude.
The fact that Adam Levine is cool with Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani isn't all that surprising, especially given both have revealed the Levine and Shelton's squabbles on The Voice were mostly for entertainment. Though he hadn't been asked to perform at the wedding, Levine made it clear it wouldn't be a problem if he were asked to do so.
Now, whether or not Adam Levine would be asked to perform at the wedding of Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani is an entirely different story. Levine talked about what it would mean to him to actually perform at their wedding and the odds of it happening.
I would love to. I’d be honored. They won’t ask me, though. They’ll probably get, like, Luke Bryan or something.
It may seem strange that Adam Levine would namecheck American Idol judge Luke Bryan, but the country singer is famously known to be a good friend of Blake Shelton. Perhaps it's because Shelton didn't have to listen to Bryan on The Voice for multiple seasons that he would get a chance to sing at the wedding, though we don't know who will or won't be singing at this event in either case. Perhaps Gwen Stefani and Shelton will hold blind auditions and ultimately let America decide who will do it? That would be the most exciting possibility, I believe, though also the least likely without a doubt.
The Voice airs on NBC Mondays at 8:00 p.m. ET. For more on the Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani wedding, read up on Stefani's thoughts on the affair and why she didn't want her ceremony to be impacted by COVID-19.