Christmas sure seems like a month-long event for Gwen Stefani, who just starred in her own holiday special on NBC on Dec. 12. The pop singer also recently released her first holiday album titled, “You Make It Feel Like Christmas,” which features her and boyfriend Blake Shelton’s co-penned duet of the same name. And she recently revealed what she’s getting her boyfriend for Christmas.
While appearing on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” Gwen told how Blake doesn’t quite fit on her tiny furniture, and shared that she has purchased him a brand-new couch, something she has talked about before.
But, that’s not all.
She also blurted out another gift that she bought her man. And she’s asking that fans keep the news hush-hush.
“I just ordered him some of these little chairs where he can put his drink [down,]” she said, before adding that the chairs will be the perfect gift for her cowboy, who enjoys watching wildlife run around in the backyard of his Tishomingo, Oklahoma, ranch.
“You would freak out at the amount of animals he has there. It’s so gorgeous,” she told Ellen proudly. “He has, like, wildebeests, and all different kinds of variations of deer.” In the new chairs, she said, “We can, like, rock back and forth and look at all the nature. He doesn’t know about that. I just ordered it. He’s so spoiled!”
How thoughtful is that?
We can’t help but wonder how Blake will return the favor. But, whatever he gets Gwen, we have a feeling she will love it. After all, she did recently share via Instagram that Blake, who was named “People” magazine’s 2017 “Sexiest Man Alive,” was her early Christmas gift, which is something that will keep her smiling all year long!
Now that the end of the year is fast approaching, that means that the announcements for the winners of the second annual Rare Country Awards are, too. Fans may be aware that Blake is nominated for three awards in this year’s Rare Country Awards: Fan Moment of the Year, Grand Ole Opry Moment of the Year and Male Artist of the Year.Be sure to tune into the winner announcements during a livestreamed concert event on Dec. 14.