Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton attend the 2016 Vanity Fair Oscar Party. Credit: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images

Oh, no! Gwen Stefani had a mini-meltdown on Twitter when she realized that she couldn’t watch Blake Shelton host the 2016 Kids’ Choice Awards in Japan.

The “Make Me Like You” singer, 46, begged her fans to help her find a streaming link for the awards ceremony on Saturday, March 12.

“Trying to stream @AllThingsKCAs in Japan ????!!!” Stefani tweeted, with a series of angry and sad emojis.

She continued, “Where r my Japanese fans? Help me stream @AllThingsKCAs.”

Shelton kicked off his hosting gig with a hilarious opening sketch starring Selena Gomez, Nick Jonas, Adam Levine, Pharrell Williams and Star Wars’ Chewbacca.

Stefani’s sons, Kingston, 9, Zuma, 7, and Apollo, 2, were all looking forward to watching their mom’s new beau, a source told Us Weekly.

“[Blake’s] pretty excited about it, but Gwen’s kids are REALLY excited,” the insider told Us. “They adore Blake and are obsessed with the fact he’s hosting the Kids’ Choice Awards … They think he’s so cool!”

Stefani later shared a pic of her son Zuma at the awards show and worked out a solution for watching Shelton — she got someone to FaceTime the show for her from the front row. The singer replied to a fan who tweeted that they saw her son Apollo in the audience. "That's me on FaceTime from Japan!! Wow that is funny!" she wrote.

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