Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton Are Tying the Knot: 4 Duets That Tell Their Love Story

On Tuesday, singer Gwen Stefani announced that she'd gotten engaged to country singer and her fellow coach on The Voice Blake Shelton. Both being huge names in the music industry, they've already collaborated with each other on a handful of songs, that let listeners piece together their love story.

Both singers shared that they'd gotten engaged to each other in Instagram posts on Tuesday. Stefani wrote, "Yes please," in the caption for the photo of the two kissing and her showing off the ring.

"Hey @gwenstefani thanks for saving my 2020... And the rest of my life.. I love you. I heard a YES," Shelton wrote in his post of the same photo.

The pair began dating in November 2015, months after both Shelton and Stefani divorced their prior partners, country singer Miranda Lambert and Bush singer Gavin Rossdale, respectively.

The two began releasing music together shortly after making their relationship public and have since released four songs duetting with each other.

"Go Ahead and Break My Heart"

The couple's first song together was released in May 2016 on Shelton's album If I'm Honest. Ahead of a live performance for iHeartRadio, Shelton said that he wrote half the song and Stefani wrote the other. He also remarked that he'd only begun writing it "to try to impress" the former No Doubt singer.

The song seemingly references both the musicians getting together shortly after they both went through divorces, beginning their relationship with caution and uncertainty. While there was certainly an unsureness at the start of their relationship, Stefani's verse shows some of the early spark in their relationship. "You've got me dreaming, got me thinking, I've got some hope," she sings at one point.

"You Make It Feel Like Christmas"

While most of the duets the pair have released have been Shelton's songs with Stefani offering guest vocals, the pair's second collaboration was for the title track of Stefani's Christmas album You Make It Feel Like Christmas. With a slight country twang, the pair sing a simple holiday tune, showing off their thanks for each other and singing about how they put each other in a Yuletide mood.

"Nobody But You"

Stefani joined Shelton again for the single "Nobody But You" from his compilation album Fully Loaded: God's Country. A soaring power ballad, the pair sing about how grateful they are for each other and don't want to see or meet other people. They both sing about how they don't want to follow clichés and only want to be with each other. "When you love someone, they say you set 'em free/But that ain't gonna work for me," the pair both sing in the first verse.

"Happy Anywhere"

Released in July, the couple's most recent duet is peppier and a little bit more fun than Shelton's other two songs that Stefani sang with him. Where "Nobody But You" and "Go Ahead and Break My Heart" are impassioned declarations of love for each other, "Happy Anywhere" is simply a sweet romantic song, where Shelton lists that beautiful sights like the Northern Lights aren't as impressive as his feelings for Stefani. "I could be happy anywhere with you," both sing in the chorus.

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Gwen Stefani (L) and Blake Shelton onstage during the 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on January 26, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. Getty/Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic