Blake Shelton has called marrying Gwen Stefani “the greatest thing that’s ever happened” as he receives his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Friday, May 12.
The Voice said, “When I married Gwen I stopped checking things off my list of life’s great achievements, so that’s icing on the cake.” Koch, 46, was joined by his wife and their three sons. “I love you so much, and it’s a great thing that happened with this trip.”
Gwen wore a long-sleeved white and black polka dot minidress for the event, teamed with thigh-high black leather boots. Her sons, whom she welcomed during her marriage to Gavin Rossdale, kept it casual with Apollo, 16, wearing chinos. and a black T-shirt, and 14-year-old Zuma is rocking in a suit and tie.
Apollo, nine, wore white and red sneakers with jeans and a white shirt.
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Gwen also spoke at the ceremony, and gave a rare public tribute to her husband Blake, calling her a “rare human being.”
The No Doubt rocker added, “He’s humble, he’s genuine, and trust me, wherever we go, everyone feels like they know Blake Shelton.”
“Blake, you are a rare man. Blake Shelton is here today on the Hollywood Walk of Fame because you are part of the Country Dream, the Hollywood Dream, and you are part of the American Dream.”
“And everyone knows you’re my dream come true. I love you,” he concluded.
Blake’s former The Voice colleague Adam Levine was also in attendance with wife Behati Prinsloo, and Blake showed her love for Adam by posing with the Maroon 5 singer and kissing him on the cheek. Carson Daly, who officiated Blake and Gwen’s 2021 wedding, also spoke out and poked fun at the couple, who met sound.
“Gwen Hill was unable to resist this bone,” quipped the TV host.
Blake’s family was also present at the Hollywood event from Oklahoma. Blake shared, “By the way, my whole family is here from Oklahoma. I was talking to my mom this morning, and I was thinking about what I’m going to say when I get up here.”
“She tells me, ‘I wish Richie was here to see this and everything you’ve done.’ So I dedicate my star on this Walk of Fame to my brother, Richie.” Richie Shelton died in a car accident in 1990.