The Voice’s Alicia Keys Hints at Bad Blood with THIS Coach (Video)

THE VOICE -- "Battle Rounds" -- Pictured: (l-r) Alicia Keys, Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Gwen Stefani -- (Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC)

YIKES Alicia Keys got real honest with James Corden on the Late Late Show recently. While playing a game called “Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts” the singer revealed that she may hate the guts of one particular fellow The Voice coach!

During the game, James and Alicia took turns asking each other uncomfortable questions. Players could choose to answer the embarrassing question, or if its too much, eat an icky food item instead.

Alicia answered most of her questions, including rankin the singing voices of her fellow The Voice coaches. Alicia coached three seasons of The Voice (11, 12 and 14) but James asked specifically about season 11, on which Alicia coached alongside Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani and Adam Levine.

But she didn’t just rank them by vocal talent. She ranked the one coach who DOES NOT have her phone number, last. Here’s the juicy bits:

“Gwen Stefani is best,” Alicia said, pausing, before busting out laughing.

“Either way, this ends in a text message from someone,” James joked.

“Well, you know one of them don’t have my number,” Keys replied.

“Hang on, who doesn’t have your number?” James asked.

“Well, I’ll just put him last,” said Alicia.

“Gwen Stefani is best, Adam Levine is second and Blake Shelton is the worst.”

OH NO SHE DID NOT. Notice she did not say “Blake Shelton is third” but “Blake Shelton is the worst.” Now what kind of bad blood do you think went down between them? Alicia won season 12 with Chris Blue when, I think, Blake totally expected his team member, Lauren Duski to win. But I’m just speculating.

She refused to answer the last question, to pick her least favorite tour city. She had to eat a thing covered in ants. Gross.

Watch the clip below.

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