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‘Obsessed’—Gwen Stefani Responds to Blake Shelton’s Praise for ‘The Chosen’

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L: Gwen Stefani revealing to RumorFix what her favorite emoticon is. RumorFix, CC BY 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons. R: Jonathan Roumie as Jesus. Screengrab from YouTube / @TheChosenSeries

No Doubt lead singer Gwen Stefani says that she is “obsessed” with “The Chosen” and that she can’t wait to see Season 4 of the hit show. The Grammy Award-winning artist and coach on “The Voice” responded to husband Blake Shelton’s praise for the popular series.

“Obsessed!! Can’t wait for season 4 @thechosentv u better not watch w out me!!” Stefani said, responding to an enthusiastic comment from Shelton posted Monday, May 20.

“Random two thumbs up from a country singer,” Shelton said. “Just finished season 3 of The Chosen and I absolutely love it. No question in my mind why it’s a world wide phenomenon.”

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Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton Love ‘The Chosen’

Gwen Stefani is a three-time Grammy Award-winner and 18-time Grammy nominee, as well as the winner of numerous other awards or accolades. She rose to fame as the lead singer of No Doubt, which achieved mainstream success with the band’s third album, “Tragic Kingdom.”

Stefani has released several solo albums and, in 2014, she joined “The Voice” as one of the show’s four coaches. It was through “The Voice” that she met country singer Blake Shelton, who started with the show as a coach when the series premiered in 2011.

Stefani and Shelton connected over the fact they were each going through difficult, high-profile divorces at the time. They married in 2021. Shelton has credited Stefani with encouraging him to go to church for the first time. 

Stefani was raised Catholic and has said that her faith in God helped her to get through her divorce and be open to finding love again. “For me it was a spiritual intervention,” she said. “It was a true miracle. I think the only way I got through all the hard times is just my spiritual faith and my belief in God, because I’ve just seen the miracles around me.”