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  • Blake Shelton teases song he will sing for Grammy Awards
  • Gwen Stefani will join him on stage
  • They will both sing "Nobody But You"

Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani will be performing together for the Grammy Awards. The country singer recently teased the song they are going to sing, and it is from his latest album titled “Fully Loaded: God’s Country.”

After reports of Shelton and Stefani singing together for the Grammy Awards surfaced online, the country singer took to Instagram to tease the song they may be singing. “Nobody but you,” he wrote in his post and tagged his girlfriend while speaking about the person who he wants to share the stage with.

“Nobody But You,” is one of the songs in Shelton’s latest album “Fully Loaded: God’s Country,” and this may be the song he will sing with Stefani, People reported. The singers haven’t yet officially announced what song they will sing at the Grammy Awards, and the country singer has asked the fans to tune-in and watch the performance to find out.

Stefani apparently approves of the song. She shared her boyfriend’s post on her Instagram page and said that she never imagined that the two of them would get a chance to sing a duet together. The “Hollaback Girl” singer added “Nobody But You,” in the hashtag in her post to show her approval.

Shelton previously told People that “Nobody But You” is one of those songs that made him fall in love with it more, after listening to it over and over again. This is a song that he collaborated with Stefani, which makes it perfect for them to sing on stage during the Grammy Awards.

The song is also important for Shelton because it shows where he is in life right now, the singer revealed. Before recording the song, he decided that he should get Stefani to join him because it is not just his song, and it belongs to them both.