Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani seem to be in the holiday spirit already, and it’s only October. Stefani recently released a holiday album, and Shelton is re-releasing his five-year-old Christmas album with some new tracks. Is it possible the two of them will come together to perform a special holiday duet on the TV show that brought them together?
“[Blake and Gwen] are going to perform together, and they are going to perform their Christmas song during a future live episode of The Voice,” a source tells Hollywood Life.
The insider goes on to say that the performance will probably take place during the reality show’s finale which airs one week before Christmas. There is also a possibility that the two may perform in November at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, but that has not yet been confirmed.
Stefani and Shelton’s duet, You Make It Feel Like Christmas, appears on Stefani’s album of the same name; and it’s a song that the No Doubt singer co-wrote with Shelton, Justin Tranter, and Busbee.
It’s the second collaboration for the couple of two years. They also wrote and recorded Go Ahead and Break My Heart for Shelton’s album If I’m Honest.
Stefani’s Christmas album came out earlier this month and features the Blake Shelton duet, plus classic holiday tunes, and some romantic new songs. The track list includes Jingle Bells, Let It Snow, White Christmas, Never Kissed Anyone with Blue Eyes, When I Was a Little Girl, and Under the Christmas Lights.
The record is already available on CD and digital download, but a special limited edition white vinyl version will be released on October 20th.
As for Shelton, according to WBJD radio, he is releasing a new edition of his album Cheers: It’s Christmas with a new cover and three new songs. In addition to duets with Reba McEntire, Kelly Clarkson, and Michael Bublé, the new version features the new tracks Two Step Round the Christmas Tree, Christmas Eve, and Savior’s Shadow.
Other songs on the album include: Jingle Bell Rock, Blue Christmas, I’ll Be Home for Christmas, Winter Wonderland, and Santa’s Got a Choo Choo Train.