‘The Voice’ Coaches Team Up for a Hilariously ’80s Music Video
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On Monday night, The Voice coaches celebrated the show’s 10th anniversary with a two-hour special looking back at 20 seasons of the show, as well as filling viewers in on the artists who are going to the Live Playoffs next week.
During the show, fans also got to see a hilarious music video featuring all four coaches performing together. They sang Rick Astley’s “Together Forever” in an ’80s-inspired clip. We’re loving this vibe for them.
‘The Voice’ Coaches Appear in ’80s Music Video
The music video starts with Blake Shelton looking through photos of his fellow coaches. The clip then cuts to shots of the four stars dressed in totally ’80s garb, against a bright background. Kelly Clarkson rocks some serious shoulder pads and curly hair, while John Legend wears a fringed leather jacket.
Nick Jonas wears an all-denim outfit, and Shelton dances in a loose-fitting suit. The video ends with a cameo from Astley himself, who winks at the camera from behind sunglasses in one of Shelton’s photos. The music video seems to have taken place in Shelton’s head.
Honestly, we wouldn’t object to seeing the coaches wearing these outfits all the time. The show has done an ’80s night in the past, so why not do it again this season? They could deliver a live performance of the song with the same throwback vibe.
The Coaches Look Back at Funny Moments
The Voice coaches’ music video wasn’t the only funny moment from the night. The show also aired a compilation of silliness from past seasons of the show. That included Clarkson making fun of Shelton for not knowing about technology, as well as Shelton making jokes about Pharrell’s hat.
It also featured what Clarkson called “the best moment I have ever experienced on this show, comedy-wise,” when the coaches sang “Happy Birthday” to contestant CammWess without remembering his name. And who could forget when Shelton brought out a puppy to bribe a contestant onto his team?
The Voice coaches also poked fun at how fast Clarkson talks. She defended herself by saying, “I talk a lot and get it done.”