Blake Shelton Took Gwen Stefani Home to Oklahoma: See the Photo!

Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani
Blake Shelton took Gwen Stefani to his home state of Oklahoma just weeks before Us Weekly exclusively confirmed that the Voice coaches were dating. Courtesy of Gwen Stefani/Twitter

Sweet home Oklahoma. Blake Shelton took Gwen Stefani to his home state of Oklahoma just weeks before Us Weekly exclusively confirmed that the Voice coaches are dating.

As previously reported by Us in July, Shelton got to keep his Oklahoma ranch after divorcing his wife of four years, Miranda Lambert, who got their Nashville property.

On Oct. 26, Stefani posted a selfie with Shelton on a plane tarmac. "Hi @blakeshelton @NBCTheVoice gx," she captioned the smiling snap, which was screen-grabbed on her iPhone. The country crooner then retweeted the photo and wrote: "Hi @gwenstefani!!! Welcome to Oklahoma!!!"

However, there was one particular person who wasn't part of that selfie. Joining the duo in Oklahoma was Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine, who posted another selfie of the pair — only this time, he was in the frame. "#family," Levine captioned the snap. "#blakeisthestepbrother."

#family #blakeisthestepbrother

A photo posted by Adam Levine (@adamlevine) on Oct 25, 2015 at 9:33pm PDT

As previously reported, Shelton and Stefani — both of whom split from their spouses this past summer — have been flirty on the set of their NBC competition series. They were also spotted cozying up to each other at Adam Levine's Halloween party this past weekend, where Shelton was snapped affectionately holding Stefani's waist.

On Wednesday, Nov. 4, hours before the CMAs live broadcast aired, Stefani's rep confirmed to Us that they were, indeed, an item. "Gwen and Blake are longtime friends who have very recently started dating," the No Doubt songstress' spokesperson said, without adding further comment.

Meanwhile, Shelton and his single ex, Lambert, both attended the 49th Annual Country Music Association Awards at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tenn., marking their first solo appearances in nine years. Host Brad Paisley had no problem poking fun at their divorce.


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"Of course, we can't ignore the breakup that really rocked the world," Paisley said during his opening monologue at the CMAs. "Two people we know and love: Miss Piggy and Kermit . . . In a completely different topic of no relation: Howdy, Blake!" Like a good sport, Shelton laughed off the moment.

Lambert, meanwhile, took home the Female Vocalist of the Year award at the CMAs on Wednesday night. In her acceptance speech, she simply remarked: "I needed a bright spot this year."

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