Gwen Stefani Dances to Maroon 5 with Her Kids, Blake Shelton in Adorable Video
Former coach on The Voice Gwen Stefani has the most adorable family, and we’re loving a recent video of she and her three sons dancing along to a Maroon 5 song. New hubby and best frienemy to Maroon 5 singer, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton can also be seen dancing in the background of this fun moment.
A Shefani fan account on Twitter recently reminded us of an adorable video of Stefani and her three sons, Kingston, Zuma, and Apollo, dancing and lip-syncing along to Maroon 5’s song “Don’t Wanna Know,” featuring Kendrick Lamar.
Both Stefani and husband Shelton have coached on The Voice with the band’s frontman Levine, so it’s a special song choice. We’ll just ignore the fact that the couple didn’t invite Levine to their wedding earlier this year. As Shelton later explained, they wanted to keep it small.
It looks like the video of Stefani and her kids is from shortly after the song came out in 2016. Stefani and Shelton started dating in 2015, after meeting on The Voice the previous year. It’s crazy to think that they’ve been together for six years now.
As Twitter user @gwenxblake1 wrote about the clip, “We need more TikTok videos like this please.” And we totally agree that we’d love to see more of this cute family having fun.
How Does Shelton Get Along with Stefani’s Kids?
Stefani shares three sons with her ex-husband Gavin Rossdale — 15-year-old Kingston, 13-year-old Zuma, and 7-year-old Apollo. Shelton has said he was inspired by his own stepfather when it came to being in the three boys’ lives.
“I take it very serious, but I also have a blast with it,” Shelton said of his relationship with Stefani’s kids. “I don’t take it so serious that I’m not enjoying this time because I really am, especially now that we’re five years into this thing. I can’t imagine my life without these kids now.”
The kids were also rumored to be involved in Shelton’s proposal to Stefani last year. Here’s to many more years of singing and dancing for this adorable family.