The Voice Exclusive: Adam Levine Talks 'Battle Rounds' Adviser Hillary Scott

Adam Levine has repeatedly (and amusingly) expressed his desire to defeat his pal and fellow Voice coach Blake Shelton with a country artist this season, so you’d think that might be an explanation for his choice of Lady Antebellum singer Hillary Scott as his Battle Rounds adviser this season.

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Turns out, though, that’s hardly the reason. In the following exclusive video, the Maroon 5 frontman explains how and why he chose the Nasville diva to help him separate the contenders from the pretenders — and maximize their performances during a stressful period of the competition.

Press play below for the full chat, and for all my reality TV exclusives, interviews, recaps and videos, follow me on Twitter @MichaelSlezakTV!

Comments (2)

  • Ho Hum. Not much real data here.

    Comment by Alienate – April 16, 2013 01:35 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • Slezak, your bosses made you post that, didn’t they? Bait and switch. Ooooo, Michael Slezak interviews Adam Levine, how much fun is that going to be? Click. Open. Play. Oh crap. Should have known that sir Adam wouldn’t take an interview with an average white gay guy who writes hilarious, dead on, insightful, internet reviews. Well, his loss. In the meantime tell your bosses that if it has your name, it better have your face!

    Comment by jazzy – April 17, 2013 10:50 AM PDT  Reply To This Post

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