Blake Shelton got to take a piece of Gwen Stefani's video set with him!
The No Doubt frontwoman created a live music video for her song, "Make Me Like You," during a commercial break at the 2016 GRAMMYs, featuring a shout-out to her country singer guy -- a bar called "Blake." And in a new Instagram pic, Blake is seen posing with the sign from the bar.
Fun fact about the sign in the video: It was created from Blake's real signature!
The video also pokes fun at all the rumors surrounding Gwen and Blake's relationship. At one point, a tabloid report reads: "Gwen Pregnant With Alien Baby."
Lately, Blake has been all about supporting his girlfriend's musical endeavors.
"You can probably understand the multiple reasons why I just bought this," Blake tweeted last week, referring to Gwen's new album, This Is What the Truth Feels Like. "I hope you do to!!!"
Meanwhile, it was something of a history-making night for Gwen and sponsor Target, who were behind the first ever music video made on live television.
"Wow! That was the fastest four-minutes. It's so amazing how much goes into one take," Gwen said of the process. "This entire project with Target has been such an incredible experience, and I'm so thankful for the opportunity to collaborate with them."
During the video creation, Gwen's body double took what looked like a serious tumble while on roller skates. However, her rep told Good Morning America on Tuesday the fall was all part of the plan.
Watch the video below.