"The Voice" returns for a new season in less than two weeks, but fans of the talent competition can see the coaches together again and hear some amazing music right now.
A new clip reveals that all four season 17 coaches (Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, Kelly Clarkson and John Legend) recently joined forces for one amazing unplugged performance.
And they got a little help from a friend of theirs — and ours!
TODAY's very own Carson Daly, who also happens to be the host of "The Voice," grabbed his acoustic guitar and got in on the fun for a cover of Extreme's 1991 romantic rock ballad "More Than Words."
"I'm hesitant," Stefani said just before the music started. "I've never sang next to Carson on a guitar."
That earned a chuckle from Clarkson, but as soon as the first notes of the song began, the laughs were over, and everyone got serious about the casual and intimate pre-season performance.
In fact, there were a couple of truly tender moments between two of the coaches.
Real-life loves Shelton and Stefani couldn't help but channel some of their affection into the lyrics, making simple lines, like "saying I love you," really come alive.
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When sharing the clip on TODAY Friday, Carson said, "It was incredible. It was very cool."
Of course, he was speaking from the perspective of being a part of it all, but his sentiment sums it up for viewers, too.
See more when "The Voice" returns to NBC with all-new episodes on Sept. 23.