Blake Shelton Gushes About Gwen Stefani Ahead of Their Performance In Front of Miranda Lambert
Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani’s romance was a big surprise to fans, but after four years of dating, the couple has proven that their love is the real deal. Ahead of Shelton and Stefani’s performance at the 2020 Grammy Awards, the country crooner gushed about his romance and revealed why their relationship works. Here’s a look at what Shelton dished on his romance days ahead of his performance in front of his ex-wife, Miranda Lambert.
Blake Shelton talks about his love for Gwen Stefani
Shelton and Stefani are slated to perform together at the Grammys this year in what should be another amazing duet from The Voice stars. Things might get a little awkward with Lambert in the audience, but Shelton sounds like he cannot wait to sing alongside his girlfriend.
According to Taste of Country, Shelton opened up about his romance during an interview with Gayle King. The country star admitted that there are some big differences between him and the No Doubt frontwoman, but he sees these as “little details” that have no bearing on their relationship.
“She has a way of looking at life in a way that I’ve never experienced,” Blake Shelton explained. “She’s the most understanding, kindhearted person I’ve ever met.”
Stefani and Shelton sparked up a romance while working together on The Voice in the fall of 2015. At the time, they had both just gone through respective divorces from Gavin Rossdale and Lambert.
Their romance made headlines early on and the two have never looked back. They have yet to tie the knot and take things to the next level, but it is clear that they share a special bond.
Inside Stefani and Shelton’s private life
Throughout the past four years, Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani have never been shy about expressing their love on social media. And in a recent music video for their song, “Nobody But You,” the couple gave fans a closer look at their life behind-the-scenes.
The clip features some fictional home videos and various scenes, including a house they seem to be constructing together.
Shelton and Stefani have both teased the video on social media. While Shelton said that he hopes fans enjoy it, Stefani couldn’t help but gush about the video, saying she “didn’t see this one coming.”
“Some things u just can’t dream up,” she added.
The two are expected to perform the song at the 2020 Grammys, which air Sunday, January 26 on CBS. Apart from their performance, Shelton is up for an award for the Best Country Solo Performance for his song, “God’s Country.”
When will Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani get married?
With their romance stronger than ever, fans are wondering when Shelton and Stefani will exchange vows. The two have faced engagement rumors for years, and inside sources claim that they are finally ready to take things to the next level.
Gwen Stefani was reportedly waiting until her first marriage was annulled before tying the knot with Blake Shelton. The singer allegedly asked the Catholic Church for an annulment, which is very unlikely to happen.
Stefani and Rossdale were married for well over a decade, and the Catholic Church is kind of famous for not handing out annulments.
With an annulment unlikely, sources claim that Stefani has made peace with her religious beliefs and wants to move forward with the engagement.
The couple has not confirmed these reports, so it is difficult to say if there is any truth behind them. If the sources are correct, then we might hear about an engagement in the coming months – which would be super exciting.
Will Miranda Lambert be at the Grammys?
While we wait to hear more on the engagement front, things might get a little awkward at the Grammys since Miranda Lambert is planning on attending.
Lambert is up for the Best Country Song for her track, “It All Comes Out in the Wash,” which means she will likely be in the audience when Shelton and Stefani perform.
A similar situation happened at an award ceremony a few months ago, and Lambert reportedly failed to clap after Blake Shelton finished singing. There is no telling how Lambert will react to seeing Shelton and Stefani on stage, but things could definitely get interesting.
Fans can watch Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani perform together when the 2020 Grammys air on CBS January 26.