Gwen Stefani Sweetly Raves About Blake Shelton After Their Collab Song Tops Country Radio Chart!

Gwen Stefani Sweetly Raves About Blake Shelton After Their Collab Song Tops Country Radio Chart!
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Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton are one of the most loved couples in the industry since their romance seems to perfect! That being said, it’s hard for people to even imagine them being more #goals and just overall adorable together and yet, every time they still manage to take everyone by surprise.

This time around, Gwen gushed over her man after their duet single, Nobody But You, took the number one spot on the country radio chart.

For Gwen, this achievement was definitely a first since her genre is not country originally.

That being said, she was super happy to declare that she’s reached a new career milestone at the age of 50.

Soon after it happened, her country crooner boyfriend proceeded to congratulate her, tweeting: ‘Congratulations @gwenstefani on your first country song going #1 at country radio!!! Not bad for your first try!!!!! Thank you all as well!!! #nobodybutyou.’

In response, Gwen gushed over her man, saying that she is lucky to even know him, let alone collab with Blake!

‘Trying to wrap my head around the fact that I even get to know you Blake Shelton – let alone be on Such a beautiful classic duet w u?! Thank you! for taking me along on this ride with you!! I am so grateful and blown away by all the support everyone has shown us!!?!! gx,’ she tweeted.

But the number 1 was not just special for Gwen since it turns out that it was quite the achievement for Blake as well!

According to Chart data’s tweet, it is his ‘27th #1 hit, the most among artists debuting this century.’ That is amazing!

It is definitely a really impressive milestone for the country star and it must be even more so since he also gets to share it with his other half.

Congratulations, guys!

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