Gwen Stefani concertgoers were in for a treat over the weekend.
Blake Shelton, 40, brought a bit of country to the stage with his surprise appearance during Stefani’s Sunday night concert at the Forum in L.A. to wrap up her This Is What The Truth Feels Like tour.
The country singer walked on stage, casually dressed in jeans, strumming his guitar and playing their duet, “Go Ahead and Break My Heart,” off of his If I’m Honest album.
The couple looked adorable together and could not stop smiling as they stared into each other’s eyes while singing, says an onlooker. After the song, Shelton gave Stefani, 47, a huge hug, and the crowd went wild with applause.
Earlier in the show, Stefani commented on her tumultuous year saying, “This last record saved my life. Music saved my life.”
It’s been almost a year since the two went public with their relationship after meeting on The Voice, where they both worked as coaches.
Not only did working on The Voice introduce Stefani to a new romance, but it also introduced her to new music.
Though performing a country song may not be what you’d expect from the No Doubt singer, Stefani recently told PEOPLE about performing at Shelton’s concerts: “To be able to get up and cross-pollinate in another world and different audience is super magical.”
“Being on The Voice, that really opened me up hearing so many different voices and their interpretations of songs and just different genres of music,” added. “That’s what’s so fun about this life. You just keep growing and experiencing things.”
Stefani has been no stranger to Blake Shelton’s stage. She also made a surprise appearance during one of his concert stops to perform the duet.
“I’m suddenly in a completely different world and audience and you’re like, ‘These are not my people, you know what I mean?'” Stefani said of her experience joining Shelton on stage. “Yet they’re so warm and sweet.”
Stefani took to Instagram Sunday night to thank her fans saying, “Last night was incredible! Thank u L.A.”
- With reporting by MIA McNIECE