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Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton Hold Hands, Share a Kiss at Radio Disney Awards

Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton
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Living the sweet life! Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton were adorably affectionate at the Radio Disney Music Awards on Saturday, April 30, with the country superstar giving his love a smooch just before she accepted her award for the night.

The couple’s fellow Voice coach Pharrell took the stage to introduce Stefani, 46, and present her with the 2016 Hero Award for her philanthropic work, and he couldn’t help giving a nod to proud boyfriend Shelton, 39.

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“I’m proud to be here tonight to present the 2016 Ardy Hero Award to not only someone I work with, recorded with, who I know, and what my brother, Blake Shelton, knows, truly has a heart of gold,” Williams said of the “Make Me Love You” singer.

Just before Stefani popped up on stage to receive her award, Shelton gave her a big kiss on the cheek as fans looked on and cheered. The pair also held hands throughout the night as they sat in the audience.

The No Doubt singer performed a rousing rendition of "Make Me Like You," and brought her niece Stella along for the fun-filled night.

In a recent interview with Vanity Fair, Stefani admitted that she’s “for sure” in love with the country superstar, but would prefer to keep their relationship out of the interview.

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“I don’t really want to go into that relationship,” the 46-year-old singer told the publication. “And God knows what’s going to happen.”

Us Weekly first broke the news that the musical duo were dating back in November; they stepped out together as a couple shortly afterward.

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Stefani told Vanity Fair that her divorce from Gavin Rossdale inspired a lot of the songs on her new album, This Is What the Truth Feels Like.

"I feel like I’m in an amazing songwriting place; instead of being closed off, I’m thinking about positivity and how I can do something creative. I’m just doing what I want to do," she continued. "It's so incredible to be in that zone. I’m always looking for the next song, and now I don’t have to be insecure or write about heartache."

The Radio Disney Music Awards are airing on Sunday, May 1, on the Disney Channel at 7 p.m. ET.

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