Here's the Corny Gift Blake Shelton Sent The Voice Coaches

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Originally appeared on E! Online

The Voice alum Blake Shelton will always have his fellow coaches backs—and stomachs.

In fact, the NBC competition show's season 25 coaches Reba McEntire, John Legend, Chance the Rapper and Dan + Shay revealed the country star actually sent them some treats when they filmed the latest season.

"He sent us corn on the cob," Legend exclusively told E! News, "and peaches from his farm."

But despite delivering the delicious gifts, Shelton isn't necessarily checking in on the coaches regularly since he left the show last year after 23 seasons.

As McEntire quipped, "I keep texting him and it's just crickets. Nothing. I don't know what the deal is."

Chance jokingly added, "He's a phony. One of the fakest friends you could have."

As for how Shelton is enjoying the time off, he recently shared some insight into his and wife Gwen Stefani's quieter life on their Oklahoma farm with her kids Kingston, 17, Zuma, 15, and Apollo, 9.

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"I'm not going to say that she's become this country girl," the "God's Country" singer exclusively told E! News in November, "but I just think we're starting to see a different side of Gwen."

Meanwhile, The Voice recently welcomed first-time coaches Dan + Shay (a.k.a. Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney) for season 25. So, how did the country duo feel joining McEntire, Legend and Chance on the red swivel chairs?

The Voice Season 25 Coaches, Blake Shelton
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"We're starstruck by Reba," Mooney shared. "I have a Reba tattoo, that's the first time I'm saying it out loud."

And although McEntire noted "it's a boys club" this season, she also teased, "I'm really, really tickled with my team and I feel like, yes, there are some superstars. All of our teams are really, really good."

The Voice premieres Monday, Feb. 26, at 8 p.m. on NBC and is available next day on Peacock.

And keep reading to relive Shelton and Stefani's romance in their own words.

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