Blake Shelton and Adam Levine go head-to-head with new coaches on "The Voice" The Voice/YouTube screenshot
The Voice/YouTube screenshot

It appears that NBC’s “The Voice” coaches are getting in a little bit of bonding time before the new season of the reality singing competition kicks off this fall.

On Aug. 23, bromance buddies Blake Shelton and Adam Levine, along with incoming coaches Miley Cyrus and Alicia Keys, played an epic game of Pictionary.

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Lucky for us, Alicia took to Snapchat to document the whole thing!

As you can see in the super, hilarious clip above — littered with emojis — the foursome broke into teams of girls against boys. Blake was first up at the drawing board to give teammate Adam the clue. However, Alicia and Miley flaunted their competitive spirits by rushing the country crooner to begin the game and shouting out the words, “We’re going to win!”

And, clearly they were right.

We’re not entirely sure what Blake was trying to draw. But, subtitles in the video reveal that the males did, indeed, lose to the ladies. And, it’s obvious that they came in second place by Adam’s disappointed expression. He guessed the words “thumbs up,” but quickly realized that Blake’s artistic skills were lackluster. So Adam made remarks like, “One is strangely bigger than the other,” and “It looks like a hand on a stick!”

Even though Miley confessed that she could only draw aliens and cats, her sketch of a princess put Team Miley and Alicia in the lead. And, let’s just say they weren’t afraid to get cocky. Rubbing in their win, the gals told Blake and Adam, “We’re better!”

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Heck, if the interactions between the coaches are anything like this clip, we can bet this is going to be an incredibly entertaining season with some fierce competition!

You can catch season 11 of “The Voice” when it premieres on Monday, Sept. 19 on NBC at 8 p.m.

Nashville-based writer and Rare Country contributor Melinda Lorge has always been passionate about country music. Follow her @MelindaLorge and join the conversation @RareCountry.
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