Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani and Pharell Williams Perform Songs by …

27 Oct 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Blake Shelton Performs “Gonna” on Jimmy Fallon’s “Tonight Show” (Watch Now).

Jimmy Fallon unveiled a brand new game on Monday’s episode of The Tonight Show – one that forced Adam Levine to sing Britney Spears and Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani to cover Drake. “Spin the Microphone” is a musical version of “Spin the Bottle.” Contestants spin a microphone and whoever it lands on must choose who sings the next song listed on a card.It’s pretty much a given that if all four coaches from NBC‘s singing competition juggernaut “The Voice” show up on “The Tonight Show,” they’re going to be forced to belt out a tune or two.Update: Blake Shelton performed current radio single “Gonna” on Monday’s “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.” A video of the performance follows. Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefanie, and Pharrell Williams all stepped up for Spin the Microphone, which seemed for some like host Jimmy Fallon’s personal torture device.

Shelton and Stefani, who are rumored to be dating, had announced their divorces early this year. “Blake doesn’t really bring his divorce talk to her; he tries to make the day on set fun by telling jokes and being a goofball,” a source told Hollywood Life, adding: “It’s more important for him that everyone is in a good mood. The impromptu karaoke began with Levine reluctantly performing his version of “Oops!…I Did It Again,” but one of the highlights of the segment included Stefani and Shelton, covering Drake’s “Hotline Bling.” Stefani, clearly knowing the song, took the lead as Shelton chimed in only to say the word “bling” when Stefani paused. Blake doesn’t like talking about divorce because it gets him to think about his divorce, and he wants to move forward instead of backwards.” Shelton and Miranda Lambert announced their divorce in July, while Stefani announced her divorce with Gavin Rossdale in August. I Did It Again or Blake’s version of the YMCA, we definitely would’ve hit our button for Gwen and Blake’s version of Hotline Bling– though really only because of Gwen.

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