There's no doubt about it...everyone at The Voice loves Gwen Stefani!
The No Doubt frontwoman and and mother of three is close to signing a deal to join the NBC reality hit's seventh season as a coach, a source confirms to E! News. And while The Voice's fan favorite coaches Adam Levine and Blake Shelton, who have sat in the spinning chairs all six seasons, were quick to gush about Stefani after Monday night's show, they weren't about to jinx anything by confirming that she will be replacing Christina Aguilera.
"If there is a person in this world named Gwen Stefani, I think she would probably be a great addition to this show," Shelton carefully told E! News, before he and Levine launch into one of their hilarious and infamous back-and-forth conversations you can watch in our exclusive video above. (They even pose with imaginary oranges. Don't ask, just watch and enjoy.)
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The Voice's host Carson Daly also got in on Stefani gush-fest, saying, "I think she'd be a great fit for this family."
However, like Shelton and Levine, Daly couldn't confirm that Stefani would definitely be offering up advice to season seven's hopefuls.
"I hope it's true," he said. "Nothing's confirmed, but if that's the case, should there be fire behind the smoke, we should be so lucky!"
Already confirmed to be joining the seventh season as a new coach is Pharrell Williams, who was recently nominated for an Oscar for his work on the Despicable Me 2 soundtrack. "Happy" over the news of his casting? Levine, who tweeted "Welcome to the circus dude!" after the news broke.
The seventh season of The Voice is set to premiere in the fall, with filming beginning in June.
The Voice airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on NBC.
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