Blake Shelton Beams, Gives Standing Ovation After Gwen Stefani's Performance of 'Misery' on 'The Voice'

The 'Voice' coach couldn't help but groove along to his girlfriend's catchy tune as she debuted her new single on Tuesday.

Gwen Stefani debuted her new single "Misery" on Tuesday's The Voice, and her boyfriend, coach Blake Shelton, couldn't keep from grooving and smiling as she belted out the catchy tune.

Stefani and her army of backup dancers, who rocked colorful, tribal style ensembles and performed with a trippy, psychedelic lighting scheme, were warmly received by all the Voice coaches, but none were beaming as brightly as Shelton.


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The performance, which was pre-recorded ahead of Tuesday's live broadcast, was met with a standing ovation from Shelton and the entire panel of coaches.

"Misery" is one of several tracks off Stefani's latest album, This Is What the Truth Feels Like, that fans believe were written with Shelton in mind. The 46-year-old No Doubt frontwoman already confirmed that the single "Make Me Like You" was inspired by her high-profile romance with the 39-year-old country crooner.

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Before performing on Tuesday, Stefani shared some behind-the-scenes shots on Snapchat, starting with her drive to the studio lot, accompanied by her beau.

Stefani also shared a pic of Shelton on set, standing with fellow coach Christina Aguilera.

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Fans even got a few close-up shots of her tribal-style outfit and intricate braided 'do that gave off an Lord of the Rings elf vibe.

On Tuesday morning, Stefani took to Twitter to reveal the tracklist on Shelton's upcoming album, If I'm Honest, that features a duet between the two lovebirds: "Go Ahead and Break My Heart."

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Shelton just revealed the cover of his new album on Monday's The Voice, hinting that it may be his last record. Check out the video below to see the cover and hear more from Shelton about his future career plans.