Adam Levine shouldn't have a Bachelor party before he weds fiancee Behati Prinsloo, according to fellow The Voice coach Blake Shelton.

Shelton insisted his good friend Levine, who was named People magazine's "Sexiest Man Alive" for the year 2013, has no need to surround himself with women in a big bash, E! News reported.

"First of all, if he has a bachelor party that's like bringing sand to the beach. He is marrying a supermodel, for God sakes. A Victoria's Secret supermodel," the 37-year-old country singer, who's married to Miranda Lambert, told E! News.

"What are you gonna have at your bachelor party? I wouldn't have one if I was him. I would just hang out at the house and hang out with [Behati]. And she's really cool."

The Voice host Carson Daly agreed with Shelton on the subject.

"If there was a bachelor party for Adam, it would be the most -- I mean, no one would know about it," Daly told the website.

"There'll be two people, me and Adam, we'll be the only two people there. No, Adam's lived the life of a bachelor party. It'll never happen. His whole life has been a bachelor party, and now he's gonna settle down. He's good."

Levine, 34, began dating Prinsloo, 24, last year. After a brief split in late spring, the couple reconciled and got engaged in July. The Maroon 5 rocker has served as a coach on The Voice since its inception five seasons ago.