Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani got engaged back in October, five years after they met while acting as coaches on “The Voice.” While fans everywhere are happy for them, their former fellow “The Voice” coach Adam Levine might not be so sure how he feels about these two getting married.

While appearing on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” on Thursday, Levine was asked how he feels about Shelton and Stefani getting married.

“I don’t support their marriage,” Levine deadpanned. “She’s so cool and he’s not.”

Host Ellen DeGeneres rushed to defend Shelton, saying “He’s not cool, but he’s very funny and very smart.”

“He’s vaguely charming,” Levine admitted. “I miss this. I’ve missed making so much fun of him.”

As for Shelton and Stefani’s wedding itself, Levine is still planning to go.

“I’ll go to the wedding and I’ll object,” he said jokingly. “I’ll probably not be invited now that I’m saying this on live television, but I’ll be there somehow.”

Of course, this was all in good fun, as Shelton and Levine have been friends for years. All fans of “The Voice” know that the two of them love to give each other grief, so Levine’s comments above are pretty much par for the course for these two singers!

In an interview back in December, Shelton even said that he would like Levine to perform at his wedding.

“I’ve kind of decided that I’ve been doing this a long time now and I’ve got a lot of favors out there,” Shelton said at the time, according to Entertainment Tonight. “He may not like it, but Adam Levine’s gonna have to get the band together and come and play our wedding.”

Levine said last month that he had watched this interview, and he was shocked by what Shelton said.

“He’s like, ‘Yeah, I’m gonna get Adam Levine to come play, he doesn’t know it yet,’ and I’m like sitting in bed eating popcorn and I’m like, ‘Man, f**k you, I’m not gonna play at your wedding,'” Levine said.

Shelton and Stefani have yet to set an actual date, as they are still waiting to see what happens with COVID-19, but it is likely they will be getting married sometime in the summer or fall.

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