Time and time again we have come to learn it isn't wise to come for Alicia Keys. Two weeks ago, one of the The Girl Who's On Fire's less-perfect Voice co-hosts (Adam Levine) stopped by The Howard Stern Show where he was randomly asked about Alicia being makeup-free. In response, the Maroon 5 singer told a story that would make any true Keys fan proud. SEE ALSO: Alicia Keys took her no makeup pledge to the BET red carpet Stern - who weirdly felt like the 15-time Grammy winner's personal decisions were conversation-worthy with some dude she works with - asked what Levine makes of her make-up free situation. "She's making a big deal about not wearing makeup," Stern pointed out for truly no reason at all. "She's, by the way, so great," Levine said before beginning a story about a time he playfully teased Keys for putting on a little makeup. "Oh, I thought Alicia doesn't wear makeup," he said, when he saw her putting some on before a show. Alicia's response? "I do what the fuck I want." Boy, bye. WATCH: Adam Levine and Blake Shelton get super competitive in a new kind of 'Voice' battle
We suspect Sid Vicious is turning in his grave, but we still love the sound of this. Glen Matlock of Sex Pistols fame has transformed our favourite punk songs into arias with the help of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and English National Opera.