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Blake Shelton put the game on “The Voice,” tickets for an evening of hope to the praise of his ex-girlfriend Gwen Stefani and her team.
Stefani, 50, was one of the two remaining members of the team in Season 17, Destiny Rayne, or Rose, in Short: out of the Knockout Rounds into the live shows. The former No Doubt singer was having a hard time to choose between the two, and turned back to her co-coaches, Shelton, John Legend and Kelly Clarkson for the advice.
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When he expressed his opinion of the performers, Shelton said, “Rose, I couldn’t be happier for you, and that’s as a coach,” Shelton, 43, chimed in, per Entertainment Tonight. “I’ve got Everything, as my best friend, and I can see the effect it has on a person, and the way in which it helps you to believe in yourself.”
And with that, he threw his support behind the Lawsuit.
“I think I’ll go cry over here!!!” The cops said.
Who called the moment “very nice” and the Legend is there to add that he was surprised that Shelton actually has a heart.”
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Stefani eventually made an arrangement with her best friend, who is the most senior coach on the hit reality singing competition, and chose to send it up to the next round.
Shelton and Stefani to each other in Season 9 of “The Voice” in 2015, and that it was her second time as a coach. Unfortunately, for those of you who enjoy the sight of the friendly match between the romantic duo, Stefani has confirmed that she will not return to coach’s chair for Season 18. They will be replaced by Nick Jonas.
“I didn’t expect to have to do it [the Vegas show, and “The Voice” at the same time,” the singer told Entertainment Tonight at the time. “I just feel like I’m living in a way that I had never been before, because I used to be! Because both of them are doing a lot.”
Shelton, meanwhile, is only too happy to go to his friend, and his talent is reflected in her Vegas residency.
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“I’ll go and have a look to her show in las Vegas, as you know, I’m playing catch-up from Gwen Stefani’s,” he said in an interview with Martina McBride. “I knew there was No Doubt, and Gwen Stefani, but only the big hits, and then you’re going to see a show in Las Vegas, Las Vegas, and you start going, ‘Oh, my God, my God, that is, that piece of music. Oh, it’s you.’ You know what I mean? And it’s just crazy… It gives me goose bumps to talk about it because of the impact they have had, especially as a female, rock, ska, punk, whatever you classify it, if only to see the impact that it has is pretty crazy.”