"It's fine, I'm just as excited as they are", she said.
'I can't wait to shove this up Adam's ass, ' Shelton declared.
Gwen said, "Christmas is the greatest time of year and I feel like I am the Queen of Christmas!"
No offence to Mr Shelton, genuinely none at all, but I really have to agree with him. "I think to describe myself as a child, one word comes to mind".
"Wow, I knew I was on to something".
Oklahoma native Shelton spent a decade in country music before his popularity surged in 2011 as the wise-cracking judge and mentor to aspiring singers on NBC's reality singing competition show The Voice.
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Growing up, Shelton told People, he had some awkward years.
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It turns out, girlfriend Gwen Stefani pushed him to accept the honor.
By picking country star and The Voice coach Blake Shelton in lieu of the typical beefcake, they went in an unexpected direction, but was it the right one? "I already had scored but now I really scored", she added.
"She goes, 'Listen to me, you're going to regret this for the rest of your life if you don't take this gift and just live in the moment", Shelton said of Stefani.
Although he felt flattered to be given the rank every man desires, Shelton expressed his confusion over the selection and used humility to blame his win on symmetry.