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Starting next Monday, NBC's The Voice will launch their live playoff rounds to whittle down the competition. During the telecast, the Top 20 artists -- five per team -- will all perform on one night for a spot in the Top 12. 

Throughout the show, coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, and Alicia Keys will then make the decision to save one artist each to complete their roster, while the others are sent home. The remaining 12 artists will then move on to the final live show phase of the competition.

"That's when curse words can no longer be bleeped or edited," Levine told On Air with Ryan Seacrest over the phone on Thursday. "It's when the stuff gets real."

In addition to judging and coaching on the Voice, Levine is also working on a celebrity golf competition. "It's in the works," he confirmed. "I really want to make sure that we curate it properly and that it's not just another silly show and that we can have great conversations, great cross sections of people, and really interesting people."

He added, "I want to have people who would never hang out playing golf because it's kind of the grand unifier."

On May 13, Levine and the rest of Maroon 5 will take the stage at KIIS FM's Wango Tango at the StubHub Center in Carson, California. They will join a star-studded bill featuring Katy Perry, Hailee Steinfeld, Noah Cyrus, Zedd, Machine Gun Kelly, Backstreet Boys, and more. You can purchase tickets here.

WANGO GO GO! Tix on sale NOW to @1027kiisfm VIPs 💃🏻#WANGOTANGO ➡️ kiisfm.com/wangotango

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