Fans Say Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani Are 'Still Honeymooning' After Loved-Up Vegas Performance

Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani

Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani just proved how deeply in love they still are.

The two lovebirds made fans swoon during a joint live performance in Las Vegas on Tuesday, April 16, where the country crooner was kicking off the grand opening of his new Ole Red restaurant location in Sin City.

Shelton, 47, commemorated the moment with a private concert on Tuesday night, featuring a special guest appearance from his wife, and No Doubt songstress, Stefani, 54.

The spouses looked more in love than ever while playing some of their beloved duets, "Nobody But You" and "Happy Anywhere," making fans practically swoon after seeing footage of the performance, which was streamed live on social media.

Despite the duo having been married for nearly three years already, some users online thought Shelton and Stefani looked like they were "still honeymooning" during the loved-up performance.

"This part when Gwen moved closer to Blake omggggg" one admirer wrote on X (formerly Twitter) while sharing a clip from the show. "They are still honeymooning."

At one point in the video, Shelton and Stefani—who tied the knot in July 2021—could be seen smiling while singing to one another, putting any lingering questions about the status of their relationship to rest, once and for all.

Shelton shared a recap of the concert to Instagram after Tuesday's show, showing off the sweet moment where he embraced his wifey and planted a kiss on her cheek at the end of their performance.

The "God Gave Me You" singer also couldn't help but hype Stefani up during the performance, as he took a moment to applaud her for being at the show, even after performing at Coachella just days prior.

Following her reunion with No Doubt at the California music festival, Stefani immediately traveled to Nashville to attend a wedding, Shelton explained to the audience.

The "Just a Girl" songstress then went back to the pair's ranch in Oklahoma, before jetting off to Las Vegas to accompany him for the grand opening concert.

"She wanted to be here," Shelton proudly said of his wife, prompting the audience to roar with cheers.

Shelton will be following up Tuesday's performance with another show at the Ole Red in Las Vegas, which will take place on Wednesday, April 17.

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