The Voice made a big announcement on Tuesday, as it was revealed that former coach Adam Levine will be returning to the show for the season finale. And it looks like he's reuniting with his bestie Blake Shelton. Fans shouldn't get their hopes up too high, because Levine isn't returning as a coach. Instead, he'll be performing with his band Maroon 5. But we're sure there will be plenty of backstage fun to witness as well. https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/CPBYIxHlsF6\/?utm_mediumcopy_link Adam Levine Returns to 'The Voice' The Voice posted a video on social media announcing Levine's return to the show. In the clip, the singer rocks pink hair and a colorful shirt as he talks to Shelton outside the studio. A camera crew can be seen surrounding the pair, meaning their conversation will likely air on the show. Levine was a coach on The Voice for 16 seasons before announcing his departure from the show in 2019. He and Shelton developed a bromance that was beloved by fans, so it's exciting to see them back together, even if it's just for one episode. According to Billboard, Levine and his band Maroon 5 will take the stage during the Season 20 finale, along with Megan Thee Stallion, to perform their new song "Beautiful Mistakes." SEE ALSO: BLAKE SHELTON'S BIGGEST BROMANCES RANKED THROUGH THE YEARS https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vBSzSn-PRdtI What Does Levine Think About His Big Return? "It\u2019s good to be back on The Voice and see Carson, Kelly, Nick, and John," Levine told Billboard in a statement, purposely leaving Shelton's name off the list. It's all part of their funny friendship, which will likely be on full display when Levine returns. Levine recently joked about not supporting Shelton's engagement to fellow The Voice coach Gwen Stefani, telling Ellen DeGeneres that he might stand up and object during their wedding. He added, \u201cI probably won\u2019t be invited now that I\u2019m saying this on live television. But I\u2019ll be there somehow.\u201d You can catch Maroon 5's performance during the Season 20 finale on Tuesday, May 25, at 8 p.m. ET on NBC. SEE ALSO: WHO DOES ADAM LEVINE THINK WILL PERFORM AT BLAKE SHELTON'S WEDDING?