GWEN Stefani clearly can’t get enough of her boyfriend Blake Shelton.
She coached her The Voice team member Rose Short to belt out one of his biggest tunes in Monday’s The Voice.
Rose Short took to the stage with a stunning, soulful cover of Blake’s recent hit, God’s Country.
“We are going to win The Voice with Blake Shelton’s song!” exclaimed the No Doubt singer.
Rose’s cover certainly earned Blake’s seal of approval.
The country star bowed down with reverence to the former corrections officer after her performance, as he gushed over her version.
“When she sings it, it doesn’t seem that hard,” he exclaimed. “You were killing it, my gosh!…Was that the same song? That was incredible!”
“It felt very meant to be,” Gwen agreed. “Beautiful and perfect for this moment right after Thanksgiving and family. So proud of you.”
The suggestion for a Blake hit didn’t come from Gwen, says the singer.
Rose’s mother said that she heard Blake singing it on the Country Music Awards and suggested it to her daughter.
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“I heard Blake on the CMAs,” the singer’s mother told Gwen.
“I said Blake is rapping his butt off on that song!”
“This song is a super special song, because Blake is all about his land. He’s literally plowing the fields,” Gwen told the family of the track, for which Blake recently received his ninth Grammy nomination.
“He put this on and just stopped everything and was like, ‘I need to record this.’ It’s the biggest song I think he’s ever had.”
The Voice airs Mondays and Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.