‘The Voice’ Season 9 News: Adam Levine Will Ask Blake Shelton About ‘Dating,’ But Why? [VIDEO]

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The blind auditions on the ninth season of The Voice are nearly done!

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Adam Levine, Gwen Stefani, Pharrell Williams and Blake Shelton each have 10 acts for their respective teams so far. They each have two more acts to add to complete their respective teams.

With that in mind, this upcoming week will be it for the blind auditions and The Voice's YouTube channel has given a sneak peek preview into what is coming up.

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In the sneak peek preview, which is below, Shelton is seen asking the audience whom a particular contestant should pick as his coach, which results in some audience members raising Shelton's face on sticks.

"Oh my God! I didn't even know you have those!" Shelton declares while laughing. Levine, Williams and Stefani will find the audience's Shelton face sticks hilarious too.

As usual the banter amongst the coaches will continue and Stefani will even be seen tossing something at Shelton.

Meanwhile, Williams will be more focused on winning over a particular contestant as he tells them, "Let me help you explore that sound."

Will that be enough though for them to select him as their coach?

The end of the blind auditions wouldn't be right without Levine taking another big jab at Shelton though.

Shelton will be using his usual buttering up of a contestant that will sound way more flirty than anything else so Levine will ask Shelton, "Is this dating or The Voice?"

Shelton won't let it get to him though seeing as he'll run with it.

"Hey, the world's changing, I'm up for that too," Shelton will share.

The Voice blinds will go out in style basically.

The Voice airs on Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.

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