Sep 17, 2020
Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton sweetly perform ‘Happy Anywhere’ at their own Bluebird Cafe for the 2020 ACMs
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The chemistry between Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton during their 2020 ACM Awards performance Wednesday night permeated the broadcast and social media.
The loving pair performed their duet “Happy Anywhere” from a studio with a green screen. It placed them at the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville, Tenn.
Stefani, 50, dazzled in an all-white denim outfit with high shorts and fishnet stockings – her light blonde hair matching the glistening gold accents on her jacket, while Shelton, 44, kept things simple in a dark blue collared shirt and dark blue jeans.
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“Are we gonna talk about how funny it is that gwen stefani and blake shelton fell in love..... OF ALL PEOPLE and now she’s singing country songs with him,” wrote one excited fan, adding “that being said..... why am i really liking this song a lot.”
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“Find someone that looks at you the way @blakeshelton and @gwenstefani look at each other. Childhood me is very happy.” tweeted another viewer.
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In addition to being broadcast from the Bluebird, the show is also taking place from two other locations in Nashville -- the Grand Ole Opry House and Ryman Auditorium with Keith Urban taking on the evening's hosting duties.Julius is an LA Entertainment Reporter for Fox News.
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she said some very hurtful things
Ryan Lochte hasn’t spoken to his mother in “years” following sharp and “hurtful” comments made by the family matriarch, the Olympic swimmer claims.
In a new interview for “In Depth with Graham Bensinger,” the 36-year-old athlete discusses his parents’ 2011 divorce, which he says led many family members to choose sides between his mother, Ileana Lochte, and his father, Steven Lochte.
“At one point, we were all against someone, and then later on in life, it changed,” he said. “When it happened, it was — we were all on my mom’s side. But then later on in life, when I told her that she was going to be a grandma, and I’m having a kid she said some very, very hurtful things that kind of ended our relationship, me and her.”
Lochte shares son Caiden Zane, 3, and daughter Liv Rae, 15 months, with his wife of two years, Kayla Rae Reid.
While he chose not to repeat the offending statements, he went on to elaborate, “She just said some things to me and my wife, but I mean, I can get over it, but I just want an apology from her. And she said that she’ll never apologize.
“She has nothing to say sorry for. And from there on, it’s — I haven’t spoken to her in years,” he admitted. “I don’t care. I’m happy right now with my family. My job is to protect my family. And I will do anything, no matter what, to protect my family.”
On the other hand, Lochte’s relationship with his father is doing better than ever, as he showed love to both his dad and stepmother during the sit-down. Ultimately, he says that he doesn’t feel bad about his parent’s split, “because they’re happy and that’s all I want.”