Gwen Stefani recently appeared on the “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.” In the course of the interview, the show host asked Stefani about her “The Voice” gig as a mentor for coach Shelton and wondered how he “popped the big question.”
People.com informs that DeGeneres played her words very well when she asked about the above-mentioned stint. “When he popped the big question – about you being his mentor – how did he do that?” she asked the singer.
To which Stefani asked her host, if she had rehearsed the question. “Did you rehearse that before?” Stefani asked. “I want to be on that show as much as possible … That show, it’s hard to talk without laughing … I got so much out of it…” the singer said.
According to NY Daily, at one point, Gwen Stefani requested DeGeneres that “it would be a good idea not to talk about Blake. Let’s see what would happen then.” However, the “Make Me Like You” singer blushed when the screen showed pictures of her and Shelton.
Just look at how happy she is:
Watch the interview here:
They also went on to discuss the singer’s first ever live music video that was shot during a commercial break on the Grammys. Us Weekly notes that the singer recalled her being nervous about the whole thing. “I do get nervous, especially TV. There was something about that time that I sort of wasn’t [though],” she explained. “I was in constant prayer for three days straight because I was like, ‘How am I going to do this?’” she added.
People.com explains that Gwen Stefani is releasing her album called “This Is What the Truth Feels Like” on March 18 and was on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” to promote it. “It’s just really cool to make music and be in real time and share it with everybody and feel everybody’s love and support and energy,” Stefani said.