Blake Shelton was in possession of “A Guy with a Girl” long before he began dating Gwen Stefani, but the song didn’t speak to him while he was still married to Miranda Lambert.
Any woman with a hankering for Blake, better take heed.
Miranda is well-armed and knows how to use her gun.
Singer Brett Eldredge was one of the partygoers that Gwen left an impression on.
The most recent event Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani attended together was Barack Obama’s final state dinner at the White House, and Blake certainly didn’t feel invisible there — Gwen was invited to sing at the event, but she decided to share the spotlight with her boyfriend by asking him to join her for a performance of the duet that they wrote together, “Go Ahead and Break My Heart.” Blake said that it’s “pretty neat” to be dating someone who is “cool enough to get invited to those things.” Gwen isn’t just improving Blake’s social life — she’s also improving his voice.
However, he’s not bitter about this — he admires her just as much as everyone else does.
“I’m just the guy with the girl everybody wants to know / Wishin’ you were there alone / Wonderin’ how I ever got your little hand in mine / Lookin’ over at ya like ‘ain’t she beautiful? Many of Blake Shelton’s fans likely assume that the country singer wrote “A Guy with a Girl” about his relationship with the glamorous Gwen Stefani, but Shelton has actually been sitting on the song for quite some time.According to producer Scott Hendricks, Gwen sat in on many of Blake’s recording sessions for the songs on, and her presence actually boosted Blake’s performance.“When Gwen’s sitting there beside me, he tends to want to sing better,” Hendricks said.is an American singer, songwriter, and television personality.In 2001, he made his debut with the single "Austin".According to the singer, he felt that it was too similar to “Honey Bee.” However, Blake Shelton found himself reconsidering the song after his divorce from Miranda Lambert.