What 'The Voice's' Rookie Coaches Learned This Season
ET was with The Voice coaches and the final five contestants before the top three finalists are revealed in tonight's episode.
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This season has been a roller coaster ride for the contestants and coaches alike, so we found out what rookie coaches Pharrell Williams and Gwen Stefani have learned along the way.
"[I learned] to continue to encourage," said Pharrell. "If you don't believe in you, no one else will."
Gwen's lesson? How enjoyable the show can be.
"It's been way more than I can say -- in this short amount of time how amazingly fun it's been and how cool the show is," she gushed.
Contestants Matt McAndrew (Team Adam Levine), Chris Jamison (Team Adam Levine) and Craig Wayne Boyd (Team Blake Shelton) let us know the one thing that will never change about them no matter how successful they get.
"My height," Matt joked. "Until I get really old -- then I'll shrink."
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"That I'm a family man," said Chris.
"That I'm thankful," said Craig. "I'm thankful for where I'm at."
Something else that won't change is the continued friend rivalry between coaches Blake Shelton and Adam Levine.
"I do revel in making Blake feel bad," said Adam, who is leading Blake in competition wins three to one.
The Voice airs tonight at 8 p.m. on NBC, in which the final five will be narrowed down to three and the top 12 artists of season seven will return to perform live in hopes of claiming a fourth finalist spot with the show's new "wild card" round vote.