Blake Shelton and his wife Gwen Stefani were all smiles as they performed together during a recent benefit concert on Friday evening (Feb. 10) at a private Scottsdale Residence in Scottsdale, Arizona.
While performing for an intimate crowd at the event, dubbed Smoke And Strings: A Night Of Magic & Music, Shelton invited his wife to join him on stage for a two-song performance.
“Oh my God, wow! This is my wife, we met on our reality show. This is Gwen Stefani… Shelton, everybody,” Shelton said, introducing Stefani to the stage.
The beloved couple performed two of their chart-topping duets that began with a performance of “Happy Anywhere,” which appears on Shelton’s 2021 project, Body Language.
Shelton and Stefani performed the tune together for a crowd of 300 people at the intimate fundraiser.
“I’m running wide open / I was born with my feet in motion / But since I met you, I swear / I could be happy anywhere / Any map dot location / You’re always my destination / You’re the only thing that I’m chained to / I could be happy anywhere / I could be happy anywhere with you,” the married couple sang on the tune’s chorus.
The Shelton’s then delivered a beautiful performance of “Nobody But You,” during which Stefani was all smiles as she gazed into Shelton eyes singing the heartfelt tune.
“Looking in your eyes now, if I had to die now / I don’t wanna love nobody but you (You),” Shelton and Stefani sang on the chorus of the No. 1 hit.
Following the performance, fans dubbed Shelton and Stefani “the true definition of a power couple” and “music royalty.”
Blake Shelton Also Performed With Kane Brown During The Event
Kane Brown also joined Shelton on stage for a collaborative performance of “Ol’ Red” during the event. In addition to performing duets with Stefani and Brown, he performed several other songs, including “God’s Country,” “Home,” “Nobody But Me,” “Honey Bee” and more.
Prior to Shelton’s up-close and personal performance, Jon Dorenbos delivered an amazing magic show for the sold-out crowd.
The annual benefit concert aims to raise $1.2 million dollars for Treasure House PHX, which is an independent living community for young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Former NFL player Kurt Warner and his wife Brenda Warner, who founded Treasure House in 2018, hosted the event.
The exclusive event allowed 300 guests to attend, 60 VIP ticket holders and 240 preferred ticket holders, making for an intimate setting to enjoy the magic and music while raising funds for Treasure House. Smoke And Strings also served as a Super Bowl LVII pre-party for attendees, according to the official event page on Eventbrite.
Tickets to the event reportedly ranged from $2k to $10k and included entry to the benefit concert and magic show, drinks, appetizers, and a delicious full-course dinner. The cost of the ticket was the only fundraising ask for the entire event.
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Blake Shelton And Gwen Stefani Got Married In July of 2021
Shelton, 46, and Stefani, 53, tied the knot on July 3, 2021, during an intimate ceremony in front of their closest family and friends after dating for six years. The elegant Carson Daly-officiated ceremony took place inside a chapel on Shelton’s ranch, built exclusively for the superstar couple to say their “I Do’s.”
The country superstar and No Doubt singer got engaged back in late October 2020 in Shelton’s hometown of Oklahoma. They first met as coaches on NBC’s The Voice in 2014, following both of their public breakups. The superstar couple began dating in November 2015, just a year after working together as coaches on the hit singing competition show.
The couple has gone on to release four duets together throughout their relationship thus far, including aforementioned tracks, “Nobody But You” and “Happy Anywhere,” as well as “Go Ahead And Break My Heart” and “You Make It Feel Like Christmas.”
Shelton Will Soon Hit The Road
Additionally, Blake Shelton is gearing up to embark on a massive headlining tour, dubbed the Back To The Honky Tonk Tour. The trek kicks off on February 16 in Lincoln, NE at Pinnacle Bank Arena and features support from Carly Pearce and Jackson Dean.
The Back To The Honky Tonk tour will continue through March 25, where the tour will wrap up at Keybank Center in Buffalo, NY.