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Gwen Stefani to Blake Shelton: “Yes, Please!”


For the past 5 years, Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton have been officially dating. As they moved on from their past relationships, they slowly built the connection between themselves and now are ready to knot it all up.

Yes, you heard it right. Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton are now engaged. This was confirmed by the country star himself on his socials with a post that featured him kissing his bride to be while Stefani shows off her engagement ring. Shelton finished his post by confirming that he heard a “yes.”

It has been a fruitful 5 years for both Shelton and Stefani, not just in their own personal lives, but in their journey as artists as well. This included several top charting songs, like “Nobody But You,” and currently “Happy Anywhere” which is charted amongst the top 10 country songs as of today.

Since having to stay at home and moving into Oklahoma together, it was undeniable how in love Shelton and Stefani has become lately. Yet, it was not an easy ride for the couple through the years. After having to move on from their own respective past marriages, Shelton and Stefani found comfort between each other and if it was not obvious enough let us take a look at the collaborations that Shelton and Stefani had through the years.

This Is What The Truth Feels Like

“This Is What The Truth Feels Like” was Gwen Stefani’s 2016 album. This came a year after she met Blake Shelton and rumors are starting to fill the air of their assumed relationship. One song was said to be totally focused on Shelton. “Make Me Like You” was Stefani’s single that talked about how broken she was but she’s fine before falling in love again. By that time, almost all who followed country music knew that the two were dating.

 If I’m Honest

Following Stefani’s statement song, Shelton released a studio album which included the first of many collaborations that he and, now fiancé, Stefani would do. “Go Ahead and Break My Heart” was an ultimate hit for the couple.

Nobody Like You

Prior to the release of their biggest hit yet, Stefani and Shelton were seen to be growing closer. Shelton took some time to meet Stefani’s sons and even made several other collaborations with her. In 2019, Shelton released his latest album “Fully Loaded: God’s Country.”

A timeless hit, we could say, “Nobody Like You” wasn’t just a normal country love song. Instead, it stood as a testament of the love between Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani and there was no question about it seeing where they are now.

To see more of the moments between Blake Shelton and his fiancé Gwen Stefani, keep tuning to the latest edition of The Voice as they battle it out to be named as the winning coach this season.

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