Blake Shelton and Adam Levine are no strangers to showing off their competitive sides. They’ve proved that many times as rival coaches on “The Voice.”
Now, it looks like they’re putting it all on the line with one big bet.
You see, both stars dropped their respective new albums on Nov. 3. Blake just released his eleventh studio album, “Texoma Shore,” while Adam’s band, Maroon 5, put out his sixth LP, “Red Pill Blues.”
In a new clip, the country star apologizes to the pop hit-maker for putting out his record on the same day as his buddy. “I’m sorry. I didn’t mean to,” he tells Adam. “That’s going to squash you guys.”
“I was going to say that I feel bad for you, because we’re going to sell more albums than you are,” Adam responds.
After their challenging remarks to one another, the two men’s playful banter results in them placing a bet, but they’re leaving it up to their fans to decide who can sell the most albums. If Blake wins the friendly competition, then he gets the honor of being called “Captain Country” by his buddy. But, if Adam emerges victorious, then Blake has to refer to him as, “The greatest there ever was.”
While they don’t specify the time period for the wager, fans will be able find out the result on an upcoming episode of “The Voice,” which airs Mondays and Tuesdays on NBC.