Named the 'Sexiest Man Alive' by People magazine, Blake Shelton is an American born country singer, TV personality and songwriter. He is best known as one of the judges on the popular TV show The Voice.
In 2015, Blake faced a lot of rage from his fans. In the year, he announced his divorce with his second wife Miranda Lambert, and soon news flashed that he was dating The Voice co-judge and singer Gwen Stefani.
Born on 18th June 1976, the 41-year-old has been married twice but still has no children. Well, here, we are going to share some information about his previously failed marriage and his current relationship with Gwen Stefani.
Blake Shelton Has Been Married Twice, His Unsuccessful Marriages
Blake first got married back on 17th November 2003, with his longtime girlfriend Kaynette Gern. The pair started dating back in 2000 and tied the knot almost four years later.
Blake Shelton and ex-wife Kaynette Gern
Source: International Business Times
Unfortunately, the marriage did not work out for them as they got a divorce in 2006 and parted their ways ending their almost three years long marriage.
Blake Shelton and Kaynette Gern's wedding
Following his divorce with first wife Kaynette, the singer did not date anyone until he met his second wife Miranda Lambert, a singer. Miranda and Blake met during the CMT's 100 Greatest Duets Concert.
Blake Shelton and ex-wife Miranda Lambert
According to reports, they started dating in July of 2005, and both being singers, they worked together on numerous tracks. She even co-wrote Shelton's emotional song Over You dedicated to his later father and brother who passed away in a very short time period.
Watch the music video for Over You.
The pair dated for more than four years when finally Shelton popped the question to her, and they got officially engaged on 9th May 2010. Likewise, the following year, on 14th May 2011, the pair got married to each other in Boerne, Texas, in the presence of their friends and family.
Even though the marriage was very emotionally intimate, they announced their separation through an emotional statement.
This is not the future we envisioned and it is with heavy heart that we move forward separately. We are real people, with real lives, with real family, friends and colleagues. Therefore, we kindly ask for privacy and compassion concerning this very personal matter.