"The Voice" coaches covered TLC's "Waterfalls," and it's freaking awesome
There’s nothing we love more than a bunch of incredibly talented singers rocking out to one of the best songs of the ’90s. Which is exactly what happened when The Voice coaches covered TLC’s “Waterfalls” in a new video gearing up for the premiere of season 12.
Alicia Keys, Gwen Stefani, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton are the coaches for this upcoming season, and they obviously have the chops to pull off any song.
But there’s something so magical about the combination of their voices singing such a classic song.
While sitting around a makeshift living room, the superstar coaches sang an enchanting acoustic version of “Waterfalls,” and it’s music to our ears. Literally and figuratively.
Keys and Stefani killed Left Eye’s rapping verse, because of course they did (also, how gorgeous did they look???). Levine and Shelton did their thing on vocals and guitar, and all of it was seriously so genuinely perfect.
Like, if the coaches released a full studio album of all ’90s songs (or let’s be honest — any songs), we’d for sure buy it.
Check out the video we just can’t stop watching:
If the song is any indication of how incredible season 12 will be, we’re all in for a treat. We loved watching Miley Cyrus as a coach on season 11, but we’re thrilled that Stefani is back in the hot seat.
Does part of it have to do with the fact that we love watching Stefani and Shelton be all googly eyes at each other?
Yes, yes it does. And we won’t apologize for it.
And just cause we totally can’t resist it, here, of course, is the iconic original video by TLC.
Season 12 of The Voice premieres on February 27th on NBC.