By Ian Goldstein
Updated October 27, 2015 at 11:53 AM EDT
Credit: Douglas Gorenstein/NBC

Jimmy Fallon unveiled a brand new game on Monday’s episode of The Tonight Show — one that forced Adam Levine to sing Britney Spears and Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani to cover Drake.

“Spin the Microphone” is a musical version of “Spin the Bottle.” Contestants spin a microphone and whoever it lands on must choose who sings the next song listed on a card. When Fallon asked the coaches of The Voice if the game sounded good to them, Shelton had a quick response.

“Sounds like, actually, the stupidest game I’ve ever heard,” Shelton told Fallon.

“Thank you, Blake,” Fallon said. “Always great having you here, man.”

The impromptu karaoke began with Levine reluctantly performing his version of “Oops!…I Did It Again,” but one of the highlights of the segment included Stefani and Shelton, covering Drake’s “Hotline Bling.” Stefani, clearly knowing the song, took the lead as Shelton chimed in only to say the word “bling” when Stefani paused.

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Watch the clip below to see the rest of the game, including Fallon and Pharrell’s duet of “It Takes Two.”

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