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Adam Levine exacts stinky revenge on ‘The Voice’

Adam Levine exacts stinky revenge on ‘The Voice’

REVENGE IS A DISH BEST SERVED ON A RED PICKUP TRUCK: Adam Levine turned Blake Shelton's ride into a "dump" truck. Photo: Associated Press

Rocker Adam Levine stunned fellow “The Voice” judge Blake Shelton during Monday night’s show by dumping manure on his pick-up truck.

The audience and the show’s stars watched footage from a camera stationed outside the studio during a live episode of the singing contest as two bulldozers unleashed piles of poop on Shelton’s red truck.

The prank came two weeks after Shelton tweeted Levine’s cellphone number during a show.

The chuckling Maroon 5 star said, “I thought I would return the favor, why not pay him back a bit. That is cow dung.”

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