Gwen Stefani Wears Shell-Covered Dress to 2020 Grammys in Sweet Tribute to Boyfriend Blake's Last Name
Gwen Stefani paid tribute to her boyfriend, Blake Shelton, with the dress she wore to the 62nd Grammy Awards, and revealed that the country musician had a helping hand in making the dress.
Gwen looked terrific in a shell-embellished white mini-dress, which she matched with thigh-reaching boots. Grammy's official Instagram page also shared a photo, which was captioned:
"When country worlds collide. #GRAMMYs."
In the picture were Gwen, Blake Shelton, and other country stars, Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney. E! News caught up with Gwen and Blake on the Red Carpet and asked her about the dress. In her reply, she said:
"Basically, Blake has been gathering shells over the last four years since we met. It's actually Dolce and Gabbana, but they did use some of the shells Blake collected for me over the years."
E! News' Ryan Seacrest didn't know if he should believe Gwen or not and asked Blake Shelton if her words were true. Blake confirmed that it was true, adding that some of the shells still had creatures in them.
Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani took to the Grammy stage to perform their latest song, "Nobody But You," bringing on some serious romance in their performance, which elicited so much talk on social media.
Apart from being a great singer and fashionista, Gwen is also a great mother to her children.
The song is from Blake Shelton's 2019 album, titled "Fully Loaded: God's Country." The hit song initially wasn't meant to have Gwen Stefani's voice on it because it wasn't written as a duet.
The award-winning country singer, Blake Shelton revealed this to the television personality, Ryan Seacrest, when he said:
"No, it wasn't written as a duet. Once we listened to it, we realized it's actually a perfect duet, you know? Especially for us. The lyrics of the song fit our style perfectly."
Blake was also nominated for the Best Country Solo Performance category for his song, "God's Country," but lost to the legendary country singer Willie Nelson, who sang the song, "Ride Me Back Home."
Gwen Stefani is a mother of three children; she had them when she was in a relationship with her ex-husband, Gavin Rossdale. Her kids are sons, Kingston, Zuma, and Apollo.
Apart from being a great singer and fashionista, Gwen is also a great mother to her children, whom she and Gavin have co-parented since their split in 2016.
As she imparts knowledge into her kids, Gwen also learns from them, a fact she revealed in an interview with "Shape." She said being with her kids has taught her how to be the one in charge.