Published: Wed, April 18, 2018
Culture | By Antonia Gonzales

Blake Shelton open to marrying Gwen Stefani

Blake Shelton open to marrying Gwen Stefani

Shelton then came onstage and asked her to sing No Doubt's 2002 hit "Hella Good".

His girlfriend Gwen Stefani joined him onstage.

According to Fox News, Miranda was "nowhere in sight" in the ACM Awards audience when Blake took to the stage to perform the track "I Lived It" with Toby Keith while Gwen was filmed proudly singing along from the audience shortly.

Clarkson also performed at the Planet Hollywood on Sunday.

In addition to his busy touring schedule, Shelton also appears alongside the other coaches on NBC's The Voice.

Lambert and Lynn have forged a longstanding respect for one another throughout Lambert's career, as the modern country powerhouse has cited the legendary "The Pill" singer as an influence.

After five years of courtship, Shelton and Miranda Lambert tied the knot in front of 550 family members in friends on May 14, 2011.

Thankfully Shelton, deemed PEOPLE's "Sexiest Man Alive" this past year (lucky Gwen), read our minds. "I don't think it's anytime soon or anything", the 41-year-old said. Stefani has three children with Rossdale while Shelton has no children.

"I think about it".

Lambert recently launched her a one-of-a-kind, interactive virtual book for "The Weight Of These Wings", where fans can visit The Weight Of These, connect to their own Spotify accounts with a single click, and stream all of "The Weight Of These Wings" double album 24 songs, which were originally spread across two CDs (and six sides of vinyl), thematically dubbed "The Nerve" and "The Heart". She swayed to his music, sang along and smiled so brightly we couldn't help but fall in love with their love.

Last week, Stefani told Ellen DeGeneres that she thinks about marrying him "all the time". During an interview, the musician said that their friendship had started because they were going through a similar thing at the exact same time. He said, "The more time that goes by, I guess, the closer you'd be getting to that".

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