Gwen Stefani nervous about working with beau Blake Shelton

  • Gwen Stefani nervous about working with beau Blake Shelton

Gwen Stefani nervous about working with beau Blake Shelton

Adam Levine is revealing a little too much information when it comes to his The Voice co-stars' Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani's sex life while also opening up about how he really feels about the couple's serious flirting on the show.

Despite her excellent interpretation of Adele's "All I Ask", the four coaches hold onto their seats until the indecisive Stefani told her partner that Ortiz deserves to make it. Now it's up for Blake to make it happen for her. Alicia wants to discover more about Vanessa, as does Gwen, who says she wants to work alongside this great and talented young woman.

The next to perform was Dawson Coyle, who shared how he had lost his home and all his possessions in a massive house fire. "It's weird. It's like a dynamic shift, because you're just, like, it's wild". And Jozy Bernadette hits the nail on the head when she opts for an iconic rock anthem for her audition performance.

"I don't think you can really control those types of matters of the heart", he explained. At this point in the season, Adam had nine artists on his team, both Alicia and Gwen had eight artists, and Blake had snagged seven team members. He auditioned with Al Green's "Take Me to the River" and got Adam and Blake to turn their chairs around. Keys mentioned several times throughout the night that she was looking for a specific voice, something bluesy.

Stephen Borris was up next.

Next, bar singer and versatile artist Sheena Brook sang "Baby Girl" by Sugarland. Brook joined Team Adam by default, giving Levine a strong country artist to anchor his team, which is something he is always searching for so he can go up against his rival Shelton. Get to know if Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani's relationship will be tested while they "fight" for contestants in "The Voice" Season 12.

Different artists followed, and Keys was the only one left to complete her team.

Chicago-area teenager RJ Collins said he chose Justin Bieber's "Purpose" for his audition for "The Voice" to honor his brother, who was fatally shot by police almost eight years ago.