Gwen Stefani Shares Video of Camo-Clad Blake Shelton Sitting on Huge Tractor

by Thad Mitchell
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As one of the music industry’s top power couple, Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton’s upcoming marriage will be a big event.

Proving that opposites do attract, the two famous singers come from completely different professional backgrounds. Stefani recently took to social media to remind her fans and followers of that fact with a video of Shelton doing his thing.

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The brief clip shows a small camp fire burning before turning to Shelton atop of a red tractor. He appears to have a cup of coffee and raises it high in the air as the camera moves toward him. Bragging about the fire he rattles off a few high notes before the video cuts off.

Despite the post’s video being only a few seconds long, fans of the couple seem to enjoy it. Since it was put on Tik Tok earlier this week, the post took nearly 250,000 “likes” along with thousands of comments and reposts.

Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton Set to Tie The Knot

Despite their obvious differences, the connection between Shelton and Stefani is definitely a strong one. They first met while serving a judges on the hit television talent show “The Voice.” Though they were friends at first, the friendship blossomed into a romantic relationship.

After a five-year courtship, Shelton asked Stefani for her hand in marriage in October of last year. They will tie the knot at some point this year but an exact date is not yet known. The couple will wed at Shelton’s Oklahoma ranch, where he built a chapel for the occasion. The ranch is also where the proposal took place.

Stefani once fronted No Doubt, a band that rose to prominence in the to mid to late 90’s as the grunge era thrived. The “Just a Girl” and “Let Me Reintroduce Myself” singer is known for her wild fashion style and silky voice. Shelton, on the other hand, has thrived in the country music limelight with hits like “Honey Bee” and “Ol’ Red.”

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