One of the cutest couples over the past few months has DEFINITELY been Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani.
When the musical couple isn't busy packing on the PDA or flirting up a storm on The Voice, they're most likely giving each other shoutouts on social media.
Not to mention, Stefani and her lucky man have both written songs about their blossoming love. We mean, the No Doubt singer has even gushed that her new album This Is What the Truth Feels Like is about Blake and her personal experiences.
Related: Gwen Says She Was 'Saved' By Blake After Her Divorce!
Well with Gwen's album dropping today, it's no surprise that the country crooner is giving his lady some love by revealing his favorite new song of her's — but does it have anything to do with the 39-year-old's ex Miranda Lambert?!
Shelton took to Twitter and shared:
Normally this would be the classic cuteness we're used to from the adorable couple, but People got their hands on the lyrics to the song and one verse includes:
"You're a sapphire, you're a rolling stone, you're a sparkle in a deep, black hole … And I can't believe it, that you even exist … You're rare, and I'm loving every second of it, don't you know.
You're rare, and only a stupid girl would let it go.
You're so good, and you don't even know it."
We doubt that Stefani meant for the Rare lyrics to come across as harsh, but we're sure there are some Lambert fans out there that will take offense to the "stupid girl" mention. Besides, it's not the first time Miranda has been shaded about her divorce.
What do you think of the 46-year-old singer's new album?!
[Image via Instagram.]
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