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Blake Shelton and Pharrell Williams Campaign for ‘The Voice’ Emmy Win (VIDEO)

The Voice is an Emmy Award-winning series, having previously won the Emmy for Outstanding Reality-Competition Program for 2013. However, The Voice doesn’t want to simply rest on its laurels. It’s now looking for Emmy #2 in that category.

Enter Blake Shelton and Pharrell Williams, the two winning coaches for the seasons of The Voice that fell within the nomination period. Not only do they commemorate the six nominations for The Voice this year (although how they’re just hearing about the nominations now is beyond me), they openly campaign for the win. “Please, I’ve never seen one of those trophies in person,” Blake says, before throwing more shade at rival coach/best buddy Adam Levine. Watch the amusing video below:

Blake Shelton and Pharrell Williams Campaign for 'The Voice' Emmy Win (VIDEO)

The Voice is facing some pretty steep competition this year, as they’ll be competing against Dancing With the Stars, Project Runway, So You Think You Can Dance, Top Chef, and 10-time winner The Amazing Race.

Who will win? Find out when the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards airs live on Sunday, September 20 on FOX, just one day before the premiere of The Voice Season 9 on NBC.

For more on the Emmys 2015, check out videos of the Outstanding Choreography nominees!

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