Blake Shelton Admits Dropping 2 Gwen Stefani Duets Was “Weird,” Doesn’t Think They’ll Do a Duets Album

Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani’s latest duet, “Happy Anywhere,” marks their fourth joint single since becoming a couple, but the country crooner says don’t expect a duets album anytime soon. “I don’t think so,” Shelton said in a radio interview this week when asked about an entire LP of “Shefani” songs. “Maybe at the end of 10 or 20 years here, we’ll have enough duets together that we can put ’em all together as a hits package. I don’t know.” He also admits he thought twice about dropping “Happy Anywhere” as his next single, considering his last single was another Stefani duet, “Nobody But You.” Says Shelton, “I’d be lying if I said there wasn’t a discussion about, ‘Is it weird to do two in a row?’ At the end of the day, I just want to put out the best music I can, best songs I can. Especially for right now, the message of this song, it just seemed like, ‘Who cares? This is a song we want to release right now, let’s do it.'”