Everybody wants a slice of Drake! The coaches of The Voice, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, Pharrell Williams, and Adam Levine, made an appearance on The Tonight Show on Monday, Oct. 26, where they were challenged by host Jimmy Fallon to play Spin the Microphone.
Levine was up first with Britney Spears‘ 2000 anthem, “Oops… I Did It Again,” though he was entirely unfamiliar with the song’s lyrics. Then, Shelton was challenged to deliver his rendition of Village People’s “Y.M.C.A.,” which he executed quite well. Williams and Fallon rocked out to “It Takes Two,” and then the spotlight returned to another duo: Shelton and Stefani.
Onstage, Stefani — looking lean and gorgeous in a cutout dress — got into the duet and belted out Drake‘s lyrics: “You used to call me on my cell phone / Late night when you need my love / Call me on my cell phone.” Shelton, however, made no effort whatsoever — with the exception of his occasional “Bling.” Shelton’s funny take (and lack of ambition) prompted Stefani to disappointedly yell “Cowboy!” at the end.
Both Stefani, 46, and Shelton, 39, split from their spouses, Gavin Rossdale and Miranda Lambert, respectively, this past summer, and have formed a flirtatious friendship while coaching this season of The Voice.
“They’re a real thing,” one insider close to Shelton has previously told Us Weekly. Meanwhile, another Shelton pal noted that the two weren’t dating, but: “He thinks she’s a badass!”
Watch their performance above!
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