The Voice’s Top 10 contestants are revealing just what their coaches are like with their significant others behind the scenes of the show.

Team Adam Levine’s Addison Agen says her coach still “gets blushy” around his wife of three years Behati Prinsloo, who is currently seven months pregnant with their second daughter, due in February.

“I briefly met this week and she is the sweetest, cutest little pregnant woman I’ve ever seen in my life and he knows it,” Agen told reporters after Monday night’s live show. “He’s like, ‘Oh my gosh, my wife is the most beautiful thing’ after she leaves.”

The Maroon 5 frontman and Prinsloo are already parents to daughter Dusty Rose, 13 months, and Agen adds that Levine is “so excited” for his second baby girl on the way.

“I remember telling him I have a little sister who was 10 months old at the time and he was like, ‘I have a 10 month old too! And there’s a second one on the way,’” she says. “He’s in love with that woman.”

When it comes to the chemistry between Blake Shelton and his girlfriend Gwen Stefani, Team Blake’s Keisha Renee thinks it’s due, in part, to when “opposites attract.”

“I was just talking to one of the people in wardrobe because she mentioned Blake is pretty conservation because I’m showing cleavage,” Renee says. “She was like, ‘Not too low! He’s conservative.’ I’m like, ‘How? He’s Gwen’ but come to find out in her real life, she is conservative. Artists have a certain side of them where they have to appeal and you never know who they are in their real life.”

Though Team Blake’s Chloe Kohanski says the two are “super professional” and “do their own thing,” she got a surprise show of support from Stefani herself.

“She followed me on Instagram and I woke up screaming at the top of my lungs,” Kohanski says. “I’m a huge Gwen fan. She followed me and I told and he was like, ‘She thinks you’re sick.’ I taught him the word sick. They’re super professional, they kind of do their own thing.”

Miley Cyrus‘ team members Brooke Simpson and Ashland Craft say they haven’t gotten too into personal details with the star but that her relationship with fiancé Liam Hemsworth has its ups and downs just like everyone else.

“When we were rehearsing for the ‘Man I Feel Like a Woman’ group performance was like, ‘Okay guys, sorry I’m in a bad mood because I got in a fight with my man,’” Simpson says. “It was so cute.”

Craft continues: “It wasn’t bad, it was just funny like, ‘Wow, they have real relationship issues like everybody!’ She’s an open book.”

Team Jennifer Hudson’s Davon Fleming says Hudson, who recently split from longtime fiancé David Otunga, is focused on her son, 8-year-old David Jr., on set and calls her “an amazing mom.”

“When we were in the trailer last time she was talking to her son and having a moment with him,” Fleming says. “Even with all the chaos and stuff going on and people with cameras saying, ‘J, we need you,’ ‘Nah, I got to check on my son and make sure he’s good.’ She’s one of my heroes.”

The Voice airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.

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