It's official: Gwen Stefani is head-over-heels in love with Blake Shelton.
The "Misery" singer took to Snapchat on Thursday, documenting her trip to New York City for her upcoming performance on Saturday Night Live. In typical Stefani fashion, her story was filled with lots of selfies using the app's popular filters and a play-by-play of her making her way through an airport. But we also got a glimpse of just how hard the 46-year-old singer has fallen for the country crooner.
Once she touched down in New York, Stefani took a video of herself smiling and acting giddy, like a young girl in love for the first time, as Shelton's "Mine Would Be You" played in the background.
But the cuteness didn't stop there! Inside NBC Studios, she spotted a few familiar faces backstage on the wall where SNL is taped -- her fellow Voice coaches, Pharrell, Adam Levine and Shelton.
Stefani snapchatted all of their photos and signatures, with Shelton's naturally receiving a little extra love. "Babe," she captioned it, with a drawing of a heart.
In a new interview for the April issue of Vanity Fair, the No Doubt frontwoman can't stop gushing over her 39-year-old beau. When asked if she's in love now, her answer is adorable: "Yeah, for sure."
"I don't really want to go into that relationship [talk], and God knows what's going to happen," she explains. "But I feel like I'm in an amazing songwriting place; instead of being closed off, I'm thinking about positivity and how I can do something creative. I'm just doing what I want to do. It's so incredible to be in that zone. I'm always looking for the next song, and now I don't have to be insecure or write about heartache."
She also gets candid about her heartbreaking split from Gavin Rossdale last August after 13 years of marriage, telling the glossy she felt "scared and insecure."
"I thought it was over for me," she reveals. "I think the hardest thing I did was to get out of bed and go to the studio."
Fast forward a few months later, and Stefani released her first No. 1 solo album, This Is What the Truth Feels Like, which included her hits, "Used to Love You" and "Make Me Like You," two tracks that quickly rose to the top of the charts.
"I went through a real period of anger, but I felt like 'Used to Love You' was almost like a forgiveness song," she dishes. "It's admitting, 'I used to love you and now I don't.' I opened this channel to writing again -- it was me being honest, being real."
We think it's safe to say, Stefani is doing just fine.