Blake Shelton Takes Home the ‘Blake’s’ Sign From Gwen Stefani’s Grammys Video

Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani
Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani attend the 2016 pre-Grammy Gala and Salute to Industry Icons honoring Irving Azoff at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Feb. 14, 2016, in Beverly Hills. Lester Cohen/

That's love. Gwen Stefani gave a shout-out to boyfriend Blake Shelton — in the form of a neon sign with his name on it — as she shot her live video for "Make Me Like You" during the Grammy Awards on Monday, February 15.

The "Blake's" sign hung over a bar toward the end of the four-minute video that aired during the awards show, and afterward the country superstar was shown holding the unplugged sign in a photo posted on Instagram by Mary Ellen Duggan.

"Look who walked away with one of our props," she captioned the pic. "Thanks for being apart of the video @blakeshelton."

Eagle-eyed fans claim that Shelton, 39, who went public with his relationship with his fellow Voice coach in November, could be seen sitting in a chair by the bar in the music video.

The continuous live shot involved seven costume changes and 11 different scenes. According to Billboard, immediately after it ended, the No Doubt singer, 46, fell into her boyfriend's arms and screamed, "Thank god I found you."

Stefani roller-skates in one of the scenes from the video, and Twitter lit up on Monday night asking whether the tumble she took was an accident, but a rep for Target responded to the speculation, later telling Time magazine that the fall was planned.

"Make Me Like You" is the second single off Stefani's new album, This Is What the Truth Feels Like, which is due out on March 18.

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