Blake Shelton sings No Doubt's "Don't Speak," plus three more can't-miss covers

By Jeff Nelson
Updated September 17, 2015 07:00 PM
Credit: Brian Bowen Smith/NBC

The Voice doesn’t return until next week, but PEOPLE has an exclusive first look at the coaches’ opening-night performance.

In a clip from the season nine premiere (airing on NBC Monday, Sept. 21), the stars switch things up and cover one another’s hits.

Gwen Stefani opens the set, covering Blake Shelton‘s “Neon Lights” before the country singer performs the No Doubt rocker’s smash “Don’t Speak.” Then Pharrell Williams takes on Maroon 5’s “Sugar,” after which Adam Levine jumps into the Daft-Punk-Williams collab “Get Lucky” before he’s joined by all the coaches to close out the medley of chart-toppers.

Says Williams of his panel-mates: “They’re loads of fun, but what I think is so cool about them is they’re not as Hollywood as you would expect. They’re the most down-to-earth people that I know.”

The Voice airs on NBC Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. EST.

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