"An Okie boy and a California girl look on paper like an unlikely match, but what matters is she's a great human being", Shelton raved of Stefani. 'She is the most understanding, kind-hearted person I've ever met, and I learn something from her every day'.
The artists have actually been dating for a number of years now and have actually been a pillar in news headings as they go to occasions with each other and pay homage on social networks to one another, not to point out carrying out and tape-recording music together.
The country singer, 44, called in to the Today show on Friday to discuss his new romantic duet with Stefani, "Happy Anywhere," and opened up about the balance of being both a friend and a role model to his girlfriend's three sons: Apollo Bowie Flynn, 6, Zuma Nesta Rock, 12 next month, and Kingston James McGregor, 14.
B lake Shelton and girlfriend Gwen Stefani topped the country chart back in May with "Nobody but You", and this Friday, the superstar couple returns with another collaboration, titled "Happy Anywhere".
"The simple pleasure of being together in one place for an extended period of time has been a real gift", Shelton gushed to the outlet. 'We cook, we clean, we ride four-wheelers and we just enjoy being with each other and with family'.
The video for the tune will likewise supply a peek into the lives of the power couple.
'There was a camera shooting the things we do every day. "We make biscuits, fish, sing together, spend time with family ... just a day in life!"
"Even though Gwen and I just had a single out, we decided that, under the circumstances this year...man, there's never been a better time for 'Happy Anywhere, '" he says in a press release. Gwen also sings, "My home's wherever your heart is", a nod to the the couple moving in together late past year. And as long as they're together, it doesn't really matter where they are.
"I could be happy anywhere/I could be happy anywhere with you", the chorus concludes.