When Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine was a coach on “The Voice,” he and Blake Shelton had fairly the bromance.
Although Levine advised PEOPLE that he and Shelton “keep up a correspondence consistently” in March, the “Moves Like Jagger” singer was absent at Shelton and Gwen Stefani’s July marriage ceremony.
In an April look on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” Ellen DeGeneres requested Levine if he was going to sing at Shelton and Stefani’s marriage ceremony. “I do not help their marriage,” joked Levine. “She’s so cool and he is not.” DeGeneres defended Shelton, saying, “he is very humorous and really sensible.” Levine merely conceded, “he is vaguely charming.” He went on to say that he would object on the marriage ceremony and would “in all probability not be invited” because of the interview.
So was Levine proper ultimately? In a December 6 look on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” Shelton stated he knew all about what Levine had stated to DeGeneres. He revealed his mother despatched him a video of the interview. “That’s the rationale we did not invite him to the marriage is that interview he did in your show,” Shelton stated, including that he “purposely didn’t invite Adam Levine to my marriage ceremony and I feel it is humorous.”
But the “God’s Country” singer then admitted that he and Levine actually like one another and that his marriage ceremony was merely a really small affair. He advised DeGeneres that there have been in all probability lower than thirty folks in attendance, together with the folks there working.
Shelton Says He’s a ‘Lazy, Deadbeat Husband’
Shelton advised DeGeneres that main as much as the marriage, he’d been saying in interviews that he was leaving all the marriage planning to his bride-to-be. “Then some author wrote, ‘oh look, you realize he is already a lazy, deadbeat husband,’ however the reality is, I’m,” Shelton joked.
He added that the marriage was his spouse’s imaginative and prescient and all he needed to do was “drink and kiss Gwen Stefani. I imply, my god it is the best gig I’ve ever had.” But Shelton did contribute one thing particular to the occasion — a music.
“Gwen and I made a decision we have been going to put in writing our personal vows for the marriage, however I made a decision to shock her by writing a music as a substitute,” Shelton advised PEOPLE. Shelton launched the music, “We Can Reach the Stars,” on his album “Body Language Deluxe.”