A funny thing happened during round five of The Voice's blind auditions—and we're not talking about Cee-Lo Green's "happy feet." Rather, we're referring to something we never thought we'd live to see: A truce between Christina Aguilera and Adam Levine!
After two seasons of acting like they could barely tolerate being in the same TV studio, the oft-bickering duo suddenly made nice during Tuesday's episode, with the Maroon 5frontman unexpectedly coming to Xtina's defense after fellow judge Blake Shelton took one contestant sales pitch a little too far. "That was crossing a line," Adam informed his bromantic bud after the country-music star told 17-year-old Illinois singer Josselyn Rivera—who ably sang Kelly Clarkson's "Stronger" and whom Christina was also trying to win over—that Christina has been "known to be abusive with artists that are on her team."
Maybe Adam's just feeling generous since he knows Christina won't be around next season? Regardless, Christina seemed as surprised as we were by the gentlemanly gesture. As she whipped out her trusty li'l black fan to cool off her ever-exposed cleavage, you could almost hear the dialogue in her head: "Has hell"—fan—"totally"—fan—"frozen over?" What she actually said aloud, though, was "Blake's bringing out the claws!"