There’s a hairy situation on Gwen Stefani’s Twitter account.
The pop powerhouse and girlfriend of country’s own Blake Shelton changed her profile picture to a shot of her beau in his heyday—or rather, his mullet days.
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“#newprofilepic,” Gwen captioned the image of Blake sporting the one-time popular hairstyle and grinning wide.
But it’s no doubt all in good fun.
In a recent appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers, the “Hollaback Girl” confessed her true love for Blake.
“He is the most incredible guy,” she gushed at the time. “Everybody loves Blake, and that’s the thing. There’s no way around it. He’s just a sparkly like happy, amazing person.”
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Gwen added she’s “the biggest Blake Shelton fan” and knows “all of his music.”
See the couple share the small screen every week on The Voice, airing Mondays and Tuesdays on NBC.
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