Inside Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani's Party-Hopping Night in Nashville

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Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani have not been shy about taking their relationship public.

Hours after confirming their newly updated couple status, Shelton and Stefani hit the party circuit in Nashville hand-in-hand.

The duo stepped out at the Warner Music Nashville CMA after party on Wednesday night and were even snapped by a photog holding hands (and drinks!) as they moved between the venue's VIP and general sections.

"They looked happy," one onlooker tells ET.

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Shelton also popped up in pics on social media posing with a guitar hand-painted in his likeness, created by artist Mark Kannell. The man in the photo posing with Shelton, artist rep Evan Lamannia, spilled details about the couple's night out to ET.

"Blake was one of the nicest, professional celebrities I've ever dealt with," Lamannia said. "He was just in a real good mood."

Lamannia said that Stefani was also impressed by the guitar, but stepped aside to allow Shelton to take a few photos with it. She can be seen in the background of Lamannia's photos.


"They weren't hugging," Lamannia said of the duo, "but they were standing near each other but definitely you could tell…I would think they were a couple.”

Shelton also posed for a group photo with his fellow Warner Music Nashville artists, including Cole Swindell, Hunter Hayes, Dan + Shay, and Brett Eldredge.

All in all, Shelton and Stefani seemed to have a pretty good night!