Blake Shelton had a very special guest at his hometown concert Friday night!
Gwen Stefani, fresh off a Labor Day vacation in Oklahoma with her boyfriend and her kids, seemed to decide to stay in town for an extra few days in order to support Blake at his hometown concert. After his performance, the happy couple posed for pictures with fans and even met Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin.
"Wade and I sure did enjoy @blakeshelton's show in #OKC tonight! Welcome home, and it was great meeting @gwenstefani!" she tweeted.
This must have been an exciting moment for Fallin, who has been a fan of the couple (and Oklahoma, of course) for quite some time. She previously shared a picture of the No Doubt songstress rocking a T-shirt that had "Oklahoma" written on it and wrote, "Great shirt, @gwenstefani! #Oklahoma."
Gwen and Blake will be hitting their one-year anniversary in the not-too-distant future, but it was clear from the get-go that these two were serious about each other. So does that mean there will be wedding bells sooner than we think?
"I don't know! God, I don't know. Everything is going so quickly," she admitted while talking to On Air With Ryan Seacrest Friday. "I'm in the moment and um...Look at me! You got me tongue-tied."
That's not a "yes" per se, but it's certainly not a "no!"
Despite her unclear answer about potentially remarrying, Gwen was perfectly clear about how far she has come since her divorce from Gavin Rossdale.
"I look at this year and I think, I just feel so awake," she said. "I feel so alive and so grateful and I promise you, the last couple of days of the tour when I knew it was coming to an end...I was so depressed because this year has been so full of so much joy, so much gratitude, and all the creativity that came out of it."
That "creativity" resulted in her album, This Is What the Truth Feels Like, which featured emotional and candid tracks such as "Used to Love You."