The four coaches of "The Voice" all sat down for a candid interview on Monday morning, but when the conversation turned to Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani's relationship, things got "awkward."
Stefani did not sit next to her new beau during the foursome's appearance on the "Today" show, but instead was seated between Adam Levine and Pharrell Williams.
"Today" co-anchor Natalie Morales didn't hold back asking the tough questions about the budding romance on the show. "Is it good to just be out in the open now?" she asked the new couple.
"That was a nice segue," Williams quipped.
Before Stefani or Shelton could answer the question, Levine started to sing, "Next question! Ask the next question before it gets awkward."
The No Doubt frontwoman couldn't stop laughing at her fellow coaches' response to Morales.
One relationship the foursome was willing to talk about was Levine and Shelton's "bromance."
"I hate his stupid face," Levine joked.
When asked what song would best describe the guys' friendship, Shelton had a few ideas. "You know that song 'That Smell'?" he said, referring to Lynyrd Skynyrd's 1977 classic. "Or what about 'Lick It Up'?" he added, referencing the 1983 hit by KISS.
Shelton also has a bromance with fellow musician, Luke Bryan. The country crooner admitted to ET that he’s yet to meet Shelton’s new girlfriend.
"He doesn't want me to hug her or anything. He doesn't want me to meet her," Bryan teased. "My stepmother is an optometrist and I'm trying to get Gwen an appointment with her."