Shelton, 44, and Stefani, 50, take the choir together. In the new video, the pair are being cuddly as they sing about being perfectly happy no matter where they are as long as they are together.
Shelton said that "Happy Anywhere" was actually recorded prior to "Nobody But You, '" but he had to wait "for the right time to release it". News. "We've all been in quarantine and lockdown, and hopefully we've been doing that with somebody that we really love and enjoy being around". I hope this doesn't affect their personal lives.
"Happy Anywhere" follows Blake and Gwen's January 2020 collaboration, "Nobody But You", which was a huge hit with fans and reached No. 1 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart in April. 'That's what happened with Gwen and me this summer - and this entire year'.
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Folklore explores a more restrained type of Swiftian expression that's no less exciting than her massive pop singles. Among thousands of people who took to social media to write about Taylor's album was fellow singer Halsey.
"Gwen and Blake trust and love each other and have truly built a wonderful family together, so right now she feels like she doesn't need to rock the boat". It was also Stefani's first country song.
On Saturday (July 25), Shelton, his superstar girlfriend Stefani, Trace Adkins and Parmalee, will be performing an exclusive drive-in concert that will be aired in drive-in theaters across the United States and Canada.
Blake Shelton is learning the difference between being a parent figure and a buddy to girlfriend Gwen Stefani's three kids. They performed the new song on Friday's TODAY Show. So fill those tubs with popcorn and get ready to listen to country music!