Adam Levine has revealed that he has no intention of coming back to The Voice! As ET Canada shares, Levine took to social media on Tuesday to answer a few fan questions, which is when he suggested that rejoining the panel of judges isn't something he sees in his future.

Levine humorously answers The Voice questions in Q&A

Levine took to his Instagram Story for a Q&A session, sharing the answers through a series of text post replies. And when a fan asked the Maroon 5 singer to return to The Voice, his answer was simple! "No thank you?" Levine said, implying that he has no interest in doing so. 

He was also asked by another fan if he missed fellow coach Blake Shelton, who sat out last season of the reality competition show! Shelton and Levine are known to have a friendly rivalry between them, which was apparent in Levine's answer. "Blake who?" he said, taking a playful jab at Shelton.

Adam Levine of Maroon 5 performs "Lost Stars" from Begin Again onstage during the 87th Annual Academy Awards at Dolby Theatre on February 22, 2015 in Hollywood, California

Levine calls his "Sexiest Man Alive" title "totally silly"

Levine also fielded fan questions when it came to another hot topic— his heartthrob status! "How did it feel to be the Sexiest Man Alive back in those days?" someone asked him on Instagram, referring to when Levine was given the title by People in 2013. "Totally silly, but flattering," he replied.

Of course, when another fan brought up the fact that Shelton had been named "Sexiest Man Alive" just a few years later, Levine couldn't resist once again having some fun at his expense! "Do you think Blake also being the Sexiest Man Alive was a People‘s downgrade," the fan wrote, which led to Levine showing he agreed by using the "100" emoji.

Shelton has also jokingly taken shots at Levine recently! Earlier this month, the country singer said he would want Maroon 5 to be his wedding band. However, he then joked that the group's "music is so boring that it won't distract from the festivities and the reception and all that stuff," suggesting they could play in a barn!