Bryan caught up with ET on Friday at a live performance in New York City, presented and live-streamed globally by Citi. Amid a whirlwind press tour away from home, the 39-year-old said that maintaining their own hobbies is key to a lasting marriage.
"We both have our things that we love to do," he said.
But more importantly, they both know when it's time to re-connect.
"We can tell when we need a night off or [to] go grab a hotel room somewhere, go on a fun date night or something," he revealed. "We stay pretty in-tune with all that and try to make sure we're always on the same page."
"Blake and I have talked a little bit," Bryan said. "A divorce out of the public eye is a tremendous thing to have to deal with, so when they're in the public eye, you just hope they're doing good and you hope they're happy at the end of the day."
For his part, Shelton doesn’t appear to be taking things too hard. See how he was coping just two days after the news broke in ET’s exclusive sit-down on the set of The Voice.