‘The Voice’ judges Usher and Adam Levine reversed roles for a powerful performance of the classic Stevie Wonder hit "Superstition" Monday night.
The crooners had an impeccable chemistry that shined through their fiery performance proving to their teams and viewers alike why they’re fit to judge.
Usher has been juggling judging on the hit NBC show while prepping for his big-screen debut alongside Robert DeNiro and Zero Dark Thirty actor Edgar Ramirez in their upcoming film Hands of Stone, set to hit theaters in 2014. Raymond will be playing boxing great Sugar Ray Leonard opposite Ramirez, who was casted as lightweight legend Roberto Duran.
Levine, on the other hand, has been gearing up for a different feat. The "Moves Like Jagger" rock star is planning a 31-city tour with Maroon 5 beside Kelly Clarkson kicking off in August. In a recent interview with The Huffington Post, the 34-year-old explained, “It's great. Sometimes it's difficult to maneuver, but it's been a lot of success. I'd be pretty foolish not to be happy about it.”
Check out their performance above.