See the ‘Voice’ Judges Play the Ultimate Game of Musical Chairs

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Shakira and Usher are returning to "The Voice" this Monday for the series' Season 6 premiere (sitting in, literally, for the newly engaged, newly pregnant Christina Aguilera and original coach CeeLo Green, who just resigned). And to celebrate Shakira and Usher's return, the show's two constant cast members, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton, are joining them in a revolving medley of each other's hits.

[Related: Blake Shelton ‘Sad’ But Not Shocked About CeeLo’s ‘Voice’ Exit]

Monday's premiere will kick off with a fun and inventive performance, which features Blake putting a twangy spin on Shakira's "Whenever, Wherever," Shakira taking on Blake's bro country anthem "Boys 'Round Here," Usher doing Maroon 5's "Love Somebody," and Adam doing Usher's David Guetta hit, "Without You."

[Related: CeeLo Green's 10 Most Magic 'Voice' Moments]

And somehow, it all works. Any Season 6 "Voice" contestant looking for pointers on how to cover other artists' songs, especially songs outside of one's wheelhouse/comfort zone, ought to use this video as a handy instructional guide.

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"The Voice" Season 6 premieres Monday night on NBC.

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