Adam Levine hates the word 'bromance', and wishes people would stop using it to describe his relationship with his fellow 'Voice' mentor Blake Shelton.
Adam Levine hates the word ''bromance''.
He said: ''Can we please kill that stupid term? We're just friends. It's called friendship!''
Meanwhile Blake insists he was just joking when he told MTV News: ''I have a man crush on Adam. I want to kiss him. I want to kiss him so bad. I don't care if it's mutual or not. He's sexy, is the word I'm using.''
Clarifying his comments, the 35-year-old country singer laughed: ''A few weeks ago somebody asked me, 'What about you and Adam's bromance. Is there anything to it?' And I sputtered off, 'Yeah, I'm going to make out with him'. The next thing you read is, 'Blake wants to kiss Adam'. Man, I can't believe how honest I was.''
But he admits he is enjoying his new-found friendship. He added to People Magazine: ''It's fun. It's just like we're sitting around the bar, making jabs at each other.''