Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani are in it for the long haul, and that includes all facets of life — particularly hairstyles. In fact, he just revealed his desire to grow out his hair into a mullet, and she even volunteered to help him out.
In a recent interview with Gayle King for The Gayle King Grammy Special, the “God’s Country” singer was quick to point out, when asked about his 1990s hairdo, that the style is actually once again on-trend — and he wants to get in on it, too.
“It’s coming back. There’s kids that are wearing mullets now and I’m feeling like it’s time for me to bring mine back,” he said, via People. “I’m not a trendsetter, but I don’t mind jumping in on a trend like that.”
When Gayle asked Gwen what she thought about Blake once again growing out his hair to wear the “business in the front, party in the back” look, the style maven was surprisingly on board.
“I totally think — I’ve actually offered to get him some extensions. We can totally match the color easily,” she said, pointing out her boyfriend’s salt-and-pepper look and taking the idea one step further by offering her stylish services.
“I’ll do it for you,” she added, hinting at payback for the time he hilariously put her in a blond mullet wig for a Voice promo.
Deeper in the interview, the couple made their love for each other well-known. In fact, Gwen named Blake’s “Anyone Else” as the song she could listen to over and over again. After the country star said his favorite place in the world is his land in Oklahoma, his girlfriend was quick to agree.
“I love being there,” she gushed. “But only when Blake’s there.”
The couple, their parents, and Gwen’s three sons with Bush singer Gavin Rossdale — Kingston, 13, Zuma, 11, and Apollo, 5 — all spend Thanksgiving together there every year, blending their families together and making a holiday tradition.
After four years of dating, Gwen and Blake recently moved in together in Los Angeles, along with the three boys.
As The Inquisitr previously reported, the couple will be performing their duet, “Nobody But You,” at this year’s Grammy Awards. The show will be airing on Sunday, January 26, at 8 p.m. EST on CBS and CBS All Access. The Gayle King Grammy Special will air ahead of the ceremonies on Thursday, January 23, at 10 p.m. EST via the aforementioned sources.