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Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton News: `The Voice’ Hosts Drive Fans Wild in LA Concert

Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton news

Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton continue to make beautiful music together. The country singing superstar recently showed up at The Forum in Los Angeles, making headlines when he performed with her. The Hollaback Girl singer’s son also joined her onstage, creating one memorable night.

The crowd cheered Stefani and Shelton on when they proceeded to sing their romantic duet Go Ahead and Break My Heart. The celebrity couple first sang the song in The Voice. One fan immediately tweeted that Stefani and Shelton performing together was a “nice surprise” for their avid followers in Los Angeles.

Gwen Stefani has been busy with her This Is What The Truth Feels Like Tour. The last time she hit the concert circuit and made news was when she embarked on The Sweet Escape in 2007 tour. The singer enthused how extremely grateful she was for the opportunity, and thanked God as well as her audiences for tuning in to her song. She was visibly delighted when Blake Shelton showed up to perform with her.

Earlier during the concert at The Forum, Stefani awed audiences by performing with rapper-singer Eve. They belted out Rich Girl and Let Me Blow Ya Mind, prompting a California-based fan to tweet  that it was “out of this world” seeing both talented artists perform on stage. Stefani also sang Truth, Baby Don’t Lie, and I Used to Love You. The latter, Stefani admitted in an interview, was a “forgiveness song.”

Both Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani made headline news not so long ago when they broke up with their respective partners. Love blossomed for the celebrity couple in 2015, while sharing angst and while working together on The Voice. Since Shelton announced that he and Stefani have a relationship, they have gone on trips together with her kids. The sweet twosome also graced red carpet events. Their best moments together seem to be when they hang out with friends or enjoy family outings.

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