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Blake Shelton threw an Opry-style concert and block party in his home state of Oklahoma on Sept. 30, as part of the grand opening of his new restaurant and music venue, Ole Red Tishomingo. But, he didn’t celebrate without his lady love Gwen Stefani.

While onstage, he told his hometown crowd that they were in for a treat. He then launched into a performance of “Go Ahead and Break My Heart” — a powerful duet he shares with his famous girlfriend.

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Blake, who was sporting a denim jacket and blue jeans, began the heartfelt ballad without his duet partner. But when he got to the chorus, she emerged from backstage.

Fans screamed and cheered as the cute couple showed off their undeniable vocal chemistry while looking into each other’s eyes. At the end of their performance, Blake seemed star-struck over the fact that Gwen was in Tishomingo, and called the night “freaky.”

Aside from Gwen’s appearance, the two-hour “Blake & Friends” concert and block party also featured guests RaeLynn, and country music legends Jeannie Seely, John Conlee and Ronnie Milsap.

Blake and Gwen, of course, continued their love fest all week long. Not only did Gwen Snapchat their time in Tishomingo, but she also turned 48 years old on Oct. 3.

“Happy Birthday @gwenstefani!!! Why don’t you go ahead and NEVER break my heart,” Blake tweeted.

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“@blakeshelton thanku for saving my life gx ❤️🙏🏻❤️,” Gwen replied.

Hollywood Life” is reporting that Blake gifted Gwen with “an amazing vintage Cartier 12.50 carat diamond collar necklace set in 18k white gold for her birthday.” The gift, which Blake picked out himself, reportedly cost more than $60,000.

These two just keep on getting better and better!

Nashville-based writer and Rare Country contributor Melinda Lorge has always been passionate about country music. Follow her @MelindaLorge and join the conversation @RareCountry.
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