Blake Shelton Releasing Song He Wrote for Gwen Stefani at Their Wedding

by Jonathan Howard
blake-shelton-releasing-song-wrote-gwen-stefani-wedding

Get ready for another love song inspired by Gwen Stefani from Blake Shelton. This special song releases at midnight. It was originally written as the vows for their wedding. So, this should be another emotional and real song from Shelton.

On his Instagram page, Shelton made the special song announcement. Tonight, at midnight, the song drops. Along with the announcement he posted a picture from his wedding day. The happy couple looks like they are in the perfect setting. We know the inspiration for this song. So, check out the post below.

“Gwen and I decided we were going to write our own vows for the wedding, but I decided to surprise her by writing a song instead… #WeCanReachTheStars. Midnight. Pre-order #BodyLanguage (Deluxe) now,” the caption reads.

Of course, fans know about Nobody But You as well as Happy Anywhere. Those two songs are love songs with Stefani. The first is a duet and the second is a feature from the pop artist. The husband-wife duo put down a great rack when they link up together. This one seems as though it will be a solo effort from Shelton.

Looking at the replies, is it possible someone else inspired Blake Shelton to write a song in lieu of vows? Well, Carson Daly put his two cents in the replies. “You didn’t decide to! I forced you to,” the TV personality said. “Thank Jesus too, yielded the best wedding moment & a hit song! You should buy me a tracker [with] the royalties cowboy.” He finished it off with a laughing-crying emoji.

So, perhaps Daly had a part in the song. Either way, fans should be happy tonight at midnight or in the morning when they listen to the new track.

Blake Shelton Takes Jabs at Kelly Clarkson, Gets Them Back

While they have coached on The Voice for years, Blake Shelton has known Kelly Clarkson for quite some time. When they get going on the set of the show, their fellow coaches can just look on in amazement. Seriously, they poke fun and make jokes all the time.

Everyone has friends that they rib and joke with. It is one of the best parts of friendship. For these two country artists, this is just how their relationship works. Clarkson said, “When we first met, I remember him like kinda giving me crap right off the bat.” On the show, they can find anything to bicker about.

Most of the time, Blake Shelton is fussing over her turnaround speed on The Voice. Then, of course, they fight over contestants, both being country music artists. Despite that, it seems it is all done in good fun and no one is getting their feelings hurt.

Outsider.com