Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani Will Release New Duet, According to “People”

Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani are expected to release a duet together in May, according to an insider People magazine cites in its current cover story on the couple. The collaboration will reportedly appear on Blake’s upcoming album, along with his new single, “Came Here to Forget,” which makes its debut on Tuesday.

The article details Blake and Gwen’s busy Academy Awards weekend, starting with the No Doubt singer checking out the Oklahoma native’s concert in Kansas City. After a Saturday stop in Music City for former Voice contestant RaeLynn’s wedding, the two showed up Sunday at the super-exclusive Vanity Fair Oscar party in Hollywood. Earlier in the evening, Blake supported Gwen at a private event where she sang the song she wrote about him, “Make Me Like You,” which happens to be her latest single.

People goes on to quote sources who say Blake is winning over Gwen’s three sons — “Blake is playful and goofy, and the boys love him”–  while Gwen is charming the folks in his hometown.

“Everybody in town is real supportive of them as a couple,” a Tishomingo, Oklahoma, resident says. “She wore camo the whole time. I’ve like, ‘Gwen, be you! We can use some of that style!’”

You can check out the article titled “Their Untold Love Story,” on newsstands now.

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