Maroon 5 Perform ‘What Lovers Do’ Featuring SZA On The Voice Results Show

By Shawn Rice

Maroon 5 with Adam Levine performed “What Lovers Do” featuring SZA on The Voice results show. Maroon 5 announced a 33-date North American tour in 2018 in support of their upcoming album Red Pill Blues.

The Red Pill Blues tour starts May 30th in Tacoma, Washington. After a string of June dates in California, Texas and Florida, the band takes a break in July and August. They return to the road in September, focusing on arenas across the mid-west, before wrapping up on the East Cost in October. The tour concludes with a pair of shows at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

What did you think of the performance on The Voice? Let us know in the comments section.

The Voice Social Media Reactions

I literally yelled at the tv when @maroon5 came on. Love you guys! #VoiceResults

— Megan Glass (@Megan_M_Glass) November 22, 2017

I love ❤️ this song!

— Cindy Armor (@CindyArmor) November 22, 2017

Love the background during this performance by @maroon5. #VoiceResults

— Katie Thurman (@KatieJo87) November 22, 2017

Its always a good time when @maroon5 is on @NBCTheVoice #WhatLoversDo #VoiceResults #TeamAdam

— Kari (@kschro2991) November 22, 2017

My daughter loves this song. First time I heard it it’s good.

— Cmm0967 (@Cmm09672) November 22, 2017


— redwblue (@redwblue3) November 22, 2017

His @maroon5 performance is trippy and I’m digging it #TheVoice

— Leighann White (@Leighann_White) November 22, 2017

Dancing to @maroon5 performing #WhatLoversDo on #TheVoice.

— ‘Chele (@TVGal_Chele) November 22, 2017


— Sherry Crenshaw (@SherryCrenshaw4) November 22, 2017

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