Gwen Stefani is being a “Hollaback Girl” and giving a throwback look of her and her husband, Blake Shelton, although it comes with a fair amount of photo altering.
Stefani recently switched up her Twitter profile picture. Instead of a stunning picture at her wedding or an onstage picture, she opted for something far more hilarious.
The No Doubt singer instead created an epic photo of herself and Shelton both earlier on in their careers. This means that Shelton is donning the iconic long, curly hair and black cowboy hat combination.
Meanwhile, Gwen Stefani is wearing a killer iconic ’90s outfit. She has on some striped athletic pants and a white cropped tank top that is, of course, layered with another spaghetti strap tanktop.
In this world, it’s like the two have been together since it all began. Fans seemed to appreciate the funny gesture. One person wrote, “Ms. Gwen, we need the team to come thru with a better photoshop job.”
The photo is from the 2003 CMA Awards. She replaced the image of Blake Shelton’s ex-wife and high school sweetheart, Kaynette Williams. He was married to her from 2003 to 2006.
Given his status as the ultimate comedic force, both on Twitter and off Twitter, Shelton couldn’t let Stefani have all the fun. The “Austin” singer also changed his profile picture to channel #ThrowbackThursday. Similarly, it features a “baby Blake” and Gwen Stefani with front bangs and two space buns. She is again the epitome of ’90s fashion in the image. The image does a much better job with Photoshop skills.
We first saw this image in September 2020. Gwen Stefani also altered this photo that once included herself and her ex-husband, Gavin Rossdale.
Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani Post-Wedding Conversations
Despite Gwen Stefani’s attempts at photo altering a past, the iconic couple has only been dating since 2015. The two met when they were both coaches on “The Voice” in 2014. They then got engaged in October 2020 and got married in a very low-key and secretive wedding in July.
The July 3 ceremony was intimate and included only 40 family members and close friends. Carson Daly, the host of “The Voice,” was there to officiate the wedding.
Since then, both Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani have had some awkward conversations with friends that didn’t make it on the guest list.
“I’ve had awkward conversations with so many of my friends. ‘Oh, oh, yeah. I read about that. How was that?’ Listen, we kept it small, get over it. That’s not about you. So, there’s a lot of them,” Shelton said in an interview with SiriusXM’s Storme Warren.
Fans of the couple particularly were sad to hear that Adam Levine wasn’t there on the big day. Up until the wedding, all three joked about Levine being there. They even said he had an open invitation to come to perform at the ceremony.