Blake Shelton explains why no one will EVER see him naked Photo by Wade Payne/Invision/AP

Well, this is a hilarious image that will be forevermore stuck in our heads.

Newly crowned People magazine’s “Sexiest Man Alive” Blake Shelton is dishing all about his “hot bod,” or in his eyes, his lack thereof.

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Blake sat down with People magazine for a big interview to coincide with their announcement of him as “Sexiest Man,” and what he said will have you laughing so hard you’ll be crying.

He dishes about his age—a ripe old 41—and how girlfriend Gwen Stefani teases him about it.

“I’m younger than Gwen,” he told the magazine. “And things like, I don’t know, gout and a back going out. Or my knees are constantly bothering me. Those are things she’s like ‘Aha! How do you like that? You’re 41, Blake.’”

Blake did tell the magazine that he is aware of his age and trying to put forth his best effort to exercise and take care of himself.

“I think I like exercising more than I ever have, just because I know that it’s easy to get away from me at my age now,” he said. “But I’ve never been good at it. You can see pictures of me, it is what it is. I’ll lose a bunch of weight and feel good about it, and what do I do when I feel good? I eat. Then next thing you know, some picture comes out of me and I’ve got three chins.”

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He’s a laid-back and comfy clothes kind of guy, so when People asked him if he ever walks around the house without any clothes on, his response was perfect.


“No! Oh Christ, I wouldn’t do that to anybody,” he said. “I wouldn’t want my dog to have to see me naked. It’s like half-melted, vanilla ice cream with little hairs stuck to it. That’s what I look like naked.”

We are holding our sides laughing.

And we may never look at ice cream the same way again.

Samantha Stephens absolutely lives for music. When she's not making it, she's talking or writing about it. She's worked in all arenas of the country music world for nearly a decade, from syndicated radio and television to print journalism. She's even been known to crash a red carpet or two, true story.
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