Couple objectives! Blake Shelton supported Gwen Stefani at her Las Vegas residency on Feb. 19, and even shocked the viewers by coming onstage to sing the pair’s duet, ‘No person However You’!
The chemistry between Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani was plain as they carried out collectively in the course of the Feb. 19 present of her Las Vegas residency. The gang went completely wild when Blake confirmed up so the lovebirds might sing their 2019 duet, “No person However You.” They gazed into one another’s eyes as they belted out the love music, which was featured on Blake’s December album, Totally Loaded: God’s Nation. On the finish of the efficiency, Gwen pulled Blake in for a hug, then jumped into his arms and wrapped her legs round his waist with pleasure.
Gwen appeared pleased and wholesome throughout her set, regardless of just lately having to cancel a number of exhibits attributable to an unknown sickness. The primary announcement was made on Feb. 5, when Gwen revealed on Twitter that she was “underneath the climate” and unable to carry out her Feb. 7 present. On the time, she anticipated to be again for the subsequent live performance on Feb. 8, however wound up having to cancel that present, in addition to those on Feb. 12 and Feb. 14. She returned to the stage on Feb. 15. This leg of the residency has two extra exhibits on Feb. 21 and 22. The ultimate leg will start on Might 1 and wrap on Might 16.
Earlier than Gwen’s thriller sickness hit, she and Blake attended the 2020 Grammy Awards collectively on Jan. 26. After strolling the crimson carpet, they took the stage to sing “No person However You” towards the start of the award present. In 2019, they spent a number of weeks on tv collectively, as they have been each coaches on season 17 of The Voice.
Blake will return for The Voice’s 18th season, which premieres on Feb. 24. Nonetheless, Gwen is not going to be returning, and Nick Jonas will take her place. In fact, since she and Blake spend a lot time collectively, we don’t doubt that she’ll nonetheless ensure to indicate up on set each on occasion!