Gwen Stefani Opens Up To Chelsea Handler About The Story Behind Her Blake Shelton Duet & Feeling ‘Insecure’!

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There’s no doubt that Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton are absolutely ADORABLE together which is why we just can’t get enough of them!

After announcing their relationship, the singing couple have continued to be absolutely precious by flirting on set, taking trips together, and even singing a duet!

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While we love Blake and Gwen’s song, Go Ahead and Break My Heart, we definitely want to know more about how the song came to be.

The country crooner has already opened up about his album and some of the tracks, but we really haven’t heard that much from his lady love’s side of things — until now!

The No Doubt singer stopped by Chelsea Handler‘s new Netflix show earlier this week for an episode that drops Wednesday and dished about the track with her main man, saying:

“The story is that he had written this song and sent it to me on my phone.”

The blonde beauty went on to say:

“He’s like I wrote this song and I was like ‘Whoa what if I don’t like it, huge turn off!’ I listened to it and thought ‘Oh my god I love this,’ He said ‘Write the rest of it.'”

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Gwen also reveals that Shelton had presented her the opportunity to cowrite the song during a time when she wasn’t feeling the most confident about herself. She and her ex, Gavin Rossdale, had announced their divorce in August 2015:

“There was a time when I was really insecure about writing. There was such a drought of time when I was so insecure. I think when you have a really long year you start to compete with your own self and get insecure about I did that but how did I do that?”

Awww! Well we’re glad these two were able to get through their tough time and find each other!

Make sure you catch Gwen’s episode of Chelsea on Netflix as it’s available now!

[Image via Instagram.]

May 18, 2016 8:31am PDT

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