Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani Shared a Seriously PDA-Packed Performance on Stage


Voice coaches Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani will make you believe in love again after their PDA-packed live performance in Michigan.

Now, if you would’ve told us that the country star and No Doubt lead singer would be married back in the early 2000s, we would’ve respectfully laughed in your face. Fast-forward to 2022 and the two are basically inseparable. Even Blake said so in an interview with ET. “If you had told me back in 1996 that Gwen Stefani was gonna be my girlfriend, I would have laughed you out of the room. I would have thought you were crazy.”

Since Blake is currently on tour, you can bet Gwen isn’t too far behind. While in Michigan, the “God’s Country” singer brought his wife of one year on stage to sing their duet “Happy Anywhere” and some on stage PDA soon followed.

The video starts with Blake saying, “They’re telling me in my ear right now that the crowd really likes you.” He stayed true to his usual uniform of a black button-up and jeans while a platinum blonde Gwen rocked tiny denim shorts and a long crocheted cardigan.

The two couldn’t keep their eyes off of each other during the entire performance. After all, a love song must be easy to perform when you’re singing “I could be happy anywhere with you” to your soulmate.

As soon as the song ended, Blake took off his guitar to embrace the “Hollaback Girl” singer, but not before calling her “Gwen Shelton”! It’s got a nice ring to it, huh? While the crowd continued to cheer the couple on, Blake planted tons of kisses on Gwen’s cheek before she exited the stage.

With the premiere of The Voice right around the corner, we can’t help but wonder if the two will bring some PDA to the competition. Judging from the show’s latest Instagram video, the stakes are pretty high!

With Camila Cabello as the newest judge and returning judge John Legend, we’re interested to see if Blake and Gwen take it easy on each other or if their wedding rings make the competition even harder. Let’s just say, we’ll definitely be tuned in to catch the premiere on NBC September 19!

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