Blake Shelton won The Voice for the fifth time on Tuesday, and one of his fellow coaches might be a little mad about it.
Sundance Head won The Voice season 11 this week, giving his coach, Shelton, his fifth victory. Now, his fellow coach, Alicia Keys, is speaking out about his constant wins on the show, telling Ellen DeGeneres on her talk show how she feels.
"I'm just sick of Blake," Keys told DeGeneres, with a smile. "He thinks he's Mister I-win-all-of-them, and all this...I told him, this game must be rigged. Somebody else needs to start winning this game, or people are gonna think Blake is over there paying somebody. What is going on, Blake!"
It's clear from Keys' tone that she was joking, but Shelton's fellow coaches have plenty of reason to be jealous of his victories. Winning five out of 11 seasons is no small feat, and with coach Adam Levine winning three seasons himself, it's tough for new coaches to come on and win.
DeGeneres even spoke about how Levine thought he was going to win this season, with Billy Gilman as his artist.
"He was extremely confident, Adam," Keys replied. "He even texted me voice notes like, 'I feel so incredibly strong about my team.' I was like...nobody's scared of you, Adam!"
Though Keys did not end up winning her first season on The Voice, she did have an impressive showing. Her artist, Wé McDonald, managed to make it to the finale and come in third place. New coaches have traditionally struggled to do well in their first seasons, with Gwen Stefani, Shakira and Pharrell Williams all being shut out of the finale of their respective first seasons. Williams would go on to win with Sawyer Fredericks in season 8, while Stefani managed to help get Jeffrey Austin to fourth place in season 9.
Keys will be a coach in this spring's 12th season, alongside Shelton, Levine and returning coach Stefani.