Blake Shelton Joins Gwen Stefani For Surprise Performance in Dallas

celeb902Published: August 15, 2016Updated: August 16, 20162,409 views
Published: August 15, 2016Updated: August 16, 2016

Texan fans went wild on Saturday night when Blake Shelton turned up on stage to help out Gwen Stefani.

The two then broke into “Go Ahead and Break My Heart,” which is on his If I’m Honest album. Very sweetly, the two looked only at each other as they performed the song, and at times you could see Shelton mouthing to words to Stefani’s parts of the duet. After they were done singing, Shelton and Stefani hugged and shared a brief kiss.

The pop singer had started the couple’s duet Go Ahead And Break My Heart for the crowd at the Gexa Energy Pavilion in Dallas.

But then the 40-year-old country star arrived with his guitar to make it a duet for real.

Gwen turned from the audience to sing the song directly to him, as Blake mouthed back her lines, smiling the whole time.

Afterwards, Gwen proclaimed in Instagram that Dallas was :

“one of my favorite shows of the tour THANKU!!! So blessed”
The song is taken from Blake’s latest album If I’m Honest, on which his 46-year-old girlfriend of ten months is a guest vocalist.

Despite the pessimistic title of the track, The Voice judge explained during the summer that the lyrics simply reflect their acceptance that a relationship will likely have its share of ups and downs.

He told Today :

“We were just writing it about … it was hard to kind of let our guards down again, you know what I mean?

Just going through some issues, and so that’s what the song was even written about.

It’s like, I know something bad is going to happen, because it always does, so let’s just get it over with now.”
The country star’s view on Murphy’s Law certainly seemed to be proved this week when Twitter users accused him of posting and then deleting racist, homophobic and otherwise offensive tweets five years ago.

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