Gwen Stefani’s new song, “Make Me Like You” from her album “This Is What The Truth Feels Like,” is about her boyfriend and fellow “The Voice” coach, Blake Shelton, the 46-year-old singer said Tuesday on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” Stefani stopped by the show to celebrate her amazing live video performance at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards Monday night.

“It is about Blake, I will admit that song is about that guy,” Stefani confessed. Her new album is set to be released March 18.

Stefani also reportedly spoke about her divorce with Gavin Rossdale.

“What's so crazy is that sometimes tragedy... if you really absorb it... you can turn it into something beautiful," Stefani explained, adding that her upcoming album is "about taking something that was awful and healing from it."

Stefani admitted that the song, “Used to Love You,” is about her split with Rossdale, with whom she has three children.

Stefani and Shelton publicly addressed their dating reports in November last year, but rumors about their romance had made the rounds as the two got close to each other during “The Voice” season 9, which began airing in September. Since their relationship was confirmed, “The Voice” coaches have been surrounded by several engagement and marriage rumors.

Meanwhile, during an interview with Carson Daly of 97.1 AMP Radio show in Los Angeles, Stefani talked about her struggle during her split with Rossdale, ET Online reported.

"Oh my gosh, I had no idea what was coming next. I thought I was going to be stuck down there for a while," she said about her 15 years of marriage. "It feels so good right now. It's true, you just never know what's going to happen. I feel real happy."