When Jordan Smith won season nine of The Voice, it was also a big win for his coach, Adam Levine -- which means Levine's fellow coach (and playful frenemy) Blake Shelton has some rough months ahead of him.
ET spoke with Levine and Smith after the live finale Tuesday night where the Maroon 5 singer revealed that his team's victory this season "feels so good" on a "completely selfish level."
"It's really quite beautiful because Jordan gets to win The Voice and I get to tear Blake apart for the next six months," Levine beamed. "[I'll be] bragging about my win and his drought of victory. It's gonna be great."
Levine and Blake, the only two coaches who have been with the show since it began in 2011, have had a heated competition between each other since Team Adam won the debut season, and Team Blake came back strong winning the next three consecutive seasons.
Going into the finale, Team Adam only had two wins while Team Blake had four. Even though Shelton is still beating his buddy when it comes to total number of victorious seasons, that's not going to stop Levine from gloating non-stop.
"I'm gonna think of new and exciting ways to make him feel terrible," the 36-year-old singer explained. "It's gonna be really fun."
As for Smith, who was the night's real winner, he's still trying to wrap his head around the "surreal" situation.
"Honestly there were so many times when I didn’t think I would be in this position and I’m still blown away," the 22-year-old Smith shared. "I never expected to [get] this far but I’m so honored to be and so proud to be sitting here out of all these people. This is one of the craziest moments that I’ve experienced."