Gwen Stefani Covers Coldplay on 'The Voice' After Suffering Ruptured Eardrum

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After rupturing her eardrum on a flight last week, Gwen Stefani performed with her team on Tuesday’s episode of The Voice.

The singer cancelled a public appearance following the flight from Los Angeles to Las Vegas, but she appeared in good spirits as she took to the stage with contestants Brennley Brown and Hunter Plake for the top 11 results show.

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Sparkling in a jewel-encrusted top and white jeans, the 47-year-old musician lead the group in a rendition of Coldplay’s “Fix You.”

On Monday, Stefani’s boyfriend and fellow Voice coach Blake Shelton filled ET in on the songstress’ condition.

“She’s getting better,” Shelton shared. “Something like that is just slow, when you pop-blow your eardrum out, I don’t even know how that happens. But, she says she can hear now.”

“She'll be all right,” he added. “She’s tough.”

The country crooner also dished that he wouldn’t rule out the possibility of collaborating with Stefani again musically.

“Man, I hope so,” he said.

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The lovebirds
previously recorded the track “Go Ahead and Break My Heart” for Shelton’s 2016 album If I’m Honest.

See more on Stefani’s setback below.

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