Blake Shelton to Release His Wedding Song for Gwen Stefani at Midnight
Set a reminder for midnight tonight, because that’s when The Voice coach Blake Shelton will be releasing his wedding song for wife Gwen Stefani. It’s part of the deluxe version of his album Body Language, and fans can’t wait to hear it.
Blake Shelton to Release Wedding Song for Gwen Stefani
Shelton and Gwen Stefani tied the knot in July of this year, and one of the details to come out of the nuptials was the fact that the country star performed a song as part of his wedding vows. Shelton recently announced that he would be releasing the song for fans to hear.
The track, titled “We Can Reach the Stars,” is one of four new songs on the deluxe edition of Body Language, out December 3. We thought we’d have to wait until then to hear the wedding song, but Shelton announced on Thursday that he would be releasing it at midnight.
“I think it’s something I want to share, because I’m really proud of it,” Shelton told SiriusXM’s Storme Warren. “It is, for me, something that I want people to hear and know, because I’m proud to be married to Gwen, and so I’m proud of that song.”
Fans Can’t Wait to Finally Hear the Song
Shefani fans on Twitter couldn’t contain their excitement over Blake Shelton’s announcement about his song. “I’m crying. I can’t wait,” wrote one fan. “It [is] so clear when you look at her how much you love her. Will be awesome to hear it in a song.”
There were plenty of excited reaction GIFs to show how much people are looking forward to hearing this new track. One user even dubbed Shelton the “Beyoncé of country music” for surprising fans with the release. Another fan wrote, “Already crying happy tears and I haven’t even heard it yet!”
While you’re waiting for “We Can Reach the Stars” to be released at midnight, you can pre-save and pre-order Body Language (Deluxe) right now. The album also features three other bonus tracks — “Come Back as a Country Boy,” “Fire Up the Night,” and “Throw It on Back.”
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