Blake Shelton made his fourth appearance on The Kelly Clarkson Show and in true Blake fashion, he had some jokes up his sleeve. Check out the hilarious gift-giving moment between Kelly Clarkson and Blake that had both coaches of The Voice hysterically laughing.
‘The Voice’ Coaches Blake Shelton And Kelly Clarkson Exchanged Gifts
Kelly insisted that when a guest has appeared on her show four times, she gives them a gift. Blake adamantly denied that it was a real thing. This prompted Kelly to play footage of Jane Lynch receiving a gift after her fourth appearance on The Kelly Clarkson Show. Jane received a Team Kelly jacket in which Kelly has been giving out to artists that have joined her team on The Voice.
“Are you kidding me?” Blake asked when a producer handed him a Team Kelly jacket. “It’s one thing to give somebody a re-gifter like at Christmas but when you do it on national television when I know this is from the box of crap that you had leftover from the Blind Auditions and you’re giving it to people on your show…” he trailed off.
The gift-giving did not stop there. Blake actually brought Kelly a gift as well. “I’ve noticed over the years that you play a lot of games,” he said. “This is a gift that represents every person who has beaten you on your show with the podium that I gave you.” A giant wall was then rolled out from backstage that said “Blake Shelton Wall Of Champions” on top of it.
The wall features the faces of all of the celebrities that have beaten Kelly when they played games on her show. Some famous faces include Demi Lovato, Olivia Munn and Eugene Levy. “I never miss an episode of your show and I wrote down every single time somebody has beaten you,” Blake said in a fit of laughter. Blake also said that he left extra space on the wall so that Kelly could hang his picture up when he beats her at a game on The Kelly Clarkson Show.
Blake Also Spoke About His Childhood Talents
Kelly and Blake also spoke about how he grew up competing in pageants so that he would have the opportunity to sing in the talent portion. He also opened up about his secret childhood talent of break dancing. Growing up in Oklahoma, Blake saw fliers that advertised dance classes from the same teacher that taught Michael Jackson. He ended up going to the class with his sister and earned the nickname “Break It Down, Blake.”
Who else thinks we need to see some of Blake’s dancing skills on season 19 of The Voice? The country star is looking for his eighth win as a coach but definitely has some stiff competition from Kelly, Gwen Stefani and John Legend.