The country star joked that he would be more than happy to officiate the couple's nuptials. "Everybody loves him. He's lovable".
Bryan spoke about the couple during an interview with Entertainment Tonight where he poked fun at Stefani's poor eyesight. He joked, "If Blake were smart, he would marry her before she goes to an optometrist. I think about [marriage] all the time".
"I think about [marrying her]".
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"Thank you guys so much for sharing my broken heart with me", the 34-year-old said as she accepted the Song of the Year award for her tune.
"I don't think it's anytime soon or anything", he added. "But she totally fits in and has a blast", he stated in 2017. As reported by Us Weekly, though Lambert took to the stage to accept her awards, her former husband and his girlfriend were reportedly nowhere to be seen in the audience.
Are those wedding bells ringing in Shelton's head too? According to a report, during the music awards, Shelton said he is open to marrying Stefani, whom he has been dating since 2015. Fans noticed how she sang along to every word while Shelton crooned onstage. Stefani has three children with Rossdale while Shelton has no children.
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There was very little quality on display in the first half, although both teams had chances to break the deadlock. Let's hope we can try and do that again, it won't be easy but performances are getting better.
The question stemmed from comments Stefani made recently during her appearance on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show".
"It's all about the heart, and he has that big ol' enormous heart in there, so he's quite an attractive human. I am an terrible person", one user said on Twitter.
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They cost more than $100,000 a year, can have serious side effects and help only some patients, generally fewer than half. Gomez believes it could be as high as double chemotherapy alone, "which would be very impressive", he said.