Blake Shelton took to Twitter on Monday night to spice up his rivalry with fellow "Voice" coach, Adam Levine. The country music star decided it would be funny to tweet out Adam Levine's phone number to his six million followers. According to Today, the coaches were going back and forth a bit on Twitter during last night's live show -- and that's really nothing new. However, when Adam called Blake stupid? Things took a turn.
.@adamlevine… I just found the craziest thing in my phone!!! Your PERSONAL cell phone number… hope I'm not stupid enough to tweet it out…Most people didn't think that Blake Shelton was actually going to tweet out Adam Levine's real phone number... but that's exactly what he did. The post was retweeted over 30,000 times and favorited over 50,000 times. Plenty of people must have tried to call the number, but there weren't any reports of Levine actually answering the phone. Adam more than likely needed to change his phone number right after the show or first thing today. For most people, changing your phone number is a big deal but celebrities usually change their numbers frequently (and/or they have multiple phones).
— Blake Shelton (@blakeshelton) April 28, 2014
Blake Shelton's Twitter blew up after he tweeted Adam's number. Here's exactly what he wrote:
"HEY EVERYONE!!! Here it is: (310) 493-7939 <--Adam Levine and Blake Shelton's rivalry on "The Voice" is all in good fun, but Blake really kicked things up a notch with his crazy, unexpected tweet last night. Just in case you were wondering if the phone number was actually Adam's, "The Voice" host Carson Daly confirmed that it was legit:
@adamlevine's CELL NUMBER! Think I'm kidding? Try calling it!! B*tch!!!"
"It was his number. I knew it was real because Adam told me it was real, but I didn't know if they were going to go through with it or how it would play out."Many people continue to watch "The Voice" because of Adam Levine and Blake Shelton's bromance. It definitely keeps things interesting, and the two play really well off one another. As previously reported by Inquisitr.com, Adam might end up leaving "The Voice" to pursue a career in acting. For many fans, that would totally ruin the show, which seems to still be doing extremely well six seasons in. Although there has been plenty of coach shake-ups (Shakira, Usher, and soon-to-be Gwen Stefani), Adam and Blake have been the constants and losing either one of them could ruin the show's chances at future success.
Would you still watch "The Voice" if Adam or Blake left?