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  • So we're watching The Voice now.

  • You're shooting another season of The Voice

  • as this one is airing now.

  • Yeah.

  • You're shooting two at the same time?

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • It's like totally crazy.

  • What's even crazier about all of it

  • is like I was a kid when I was younger who's

  • like not going to have one job.

  • Yeah.

  • I was kind of-- musicians.

  • When you're young, you're like, I want play music.

  • Your parents are like, that's nice.

  • Like, could you get a real job, though?

  • And now I have all these jobs.

  • It's so bizarre.

  • I can't believe it.

  • So The Voice is a great job that's

  • been very, very good to you.

  • And I use the term job very lightly.

  • Yes, because it's so much fun.

  • So fun.

  • Yeah.

  • We have a blast.

  • And you're so great.

  • It's a great--

  • I know it revolves some.

  • You and Blake are constant but there are other people

  • that come in and out.

  • And you and Blake, speaking of that, both of you,

  • did you all plan this that both of your CDs

  • came out on the same day on Friday?

  • It was not.

  • It was not planned.

  • You all didn't talk about that?

  • We did not discuss it.

  • And I didn't even know until literally a week

  • before the albums came out and it's been a battle of words.

  • Yeah.

  • You can imagine.

  • But we have a bet.

  • We'll find out soon.

  • If I sell more records--

  • if Blake sells more records than me in his first week--

  • which he won't--

  • I have to call him captain country

  • for an entire live episode of the show, meaning, hey--

  • hey, captain country.

  • What do you think of-- like I got to say it the whole time.

  • Right.

  • I can't address him without saying it

  • and if he-- if I sell more records than him,

  • he has to say, the greatest of all time.

  • That's how he has to address me.

  • And so it's going to be interesting

  • because I think I'm going to sell more records maybe

  • in that week.

  • Yeah.

  • So he's going to have to be like, yeah.

  • [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE]

  • You're on track.

  • I'm on track.

  • Yeah.

  • It's going to be a battle to the finish

  • but he gets to call me the greatest of all time.

  • The greatest of all time.

  • Well, you're on track.

  • You're selling more than him right now so that'll

  • be a really interesting thing.

  • I hope so.

  • And now he really is-- and I say it all the time--

  • I like him a lot.

  • He's a very funny guy.

  • And the two of you go at it on the show

  • like you're not friends, but you really are friends.

  • You hang out a lot.

  • We're so close.

  • And we used to kind of check out--

  • like we used to check in on the show and be like,

  • hey, man, was that like too far?

  • And he'd always be like, buddy, what are you talking about,

  • man?

  • It's all good.

  • Bring it on.

  • It's funny because now we've gotten so comfortable

  • that we just don't even check in with each other anymore.

  • Now we just rip on each other constantly and make up later.

  • But it's funny, we all do that.

  • And so what is it like when the four of you get together?

  • How is Blake and Gwen together?

  • It's like-- it's a lot.

  • They're so affectionate.

  • I was just talking about this with somebody.

  • I'm extremely bordering on disgusting affectionate

  • with my wife, right?

  • And this is like another thing.

  • Like it's so wildly affectionate that it makes me a little bit

  • uncomfortable sometimes.

  • And he's like a big guy, too, so he just

  • takes up a lot of space.

  • Right.

  • When he's like hugging up on her and stuff.

  • And you're like, stop it.

  • So when you're saying you're affectionate, too,

  • so the four of you together-- if someone saw the four of you

  • all, it would be disgusting.

  • Really.

  • Yeah.

  • That all four of you would be that affectionate.

  • It would look like spin the bottle or something.

  • Yeah.

  • Weird.

  • Yeah, that does-- weird.

  • Look what's sitting here.

  • Look at all this stuff.

  • Look at all the stuff that I have here.

  • I have your CD.

  • We're talking about The Voice.

  • You now are the face of this fragrance for Saint Laurent.

  • And this smells really good, by the way.

  • It does smell really good.

  • Yeah.

  • It's mild.

  • It's not too crazy.

  • Sometimes I have to push people's products

  • that I don't even want to spray but this does smell good

  • and all the guys here really liked it.

  • They were putting it on.

  • It's good.

  • It's not too intense.

  • Yeah.

  • Because you don't want to be the guy

  • that smells like the cologne.

  • Like the guy in the elevator and you're like,

  • what's the matter with you.

  • Like you don't want to be that guy.

  • No.

  • There's nothing worse than when someone gets in the elevator--

  • they're gone and it still lingers.

  • It seeps into the carpet.

  • They get off and you're still smelling it.

  • All right.

  • Well, it is like--

  • You smell like the cologne afterwards

  • for like three hours.

  • Exactly, and you're like, what are you wearing?

  • It's like, the elevator.

  • That would be a good name for a cologne, The Elevator.

  • Actually good.

  • I'm wearing some of it.

  • Everybody in the audience is getting a bottle

  • of [INAUDIBLE].

  • [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE]

So we're watching The Voice now.

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