Laura was dressed to the nines and showing off her pale and lean legs in a front-split black skirt and chic black ankle boots paired with a clingy black lace-accented top and tailored black leather jacket.And he even shared the benefits of marrying his best friend: 'I can't tell anyone what to do. The Grammy award-winning record producer tied the knot with his girlfriend model Helen Lasichanh on Saturday, Oct. The "Get Lucky" singer and his new bride exchanged vows in Miami, Fla.
In fact, Adam Levine has been the only coach other than Shelton that has remained constant since the beginning.Now is returning for its seventh season, and Blake Shelton has returned to his big red chair.Sorry, Gavin, but that's just how much Gwen's solo career is taking off right now. The only problem was that he convinced her during the only free time she would have to spend chilling with her husband before she needed to start preparing to launch her first New York fashion show and first solo tour this fall.Stefani originally planned to use her Love, Angel, Music, Baby leftovers as an EP or as extra tracks on a holiday DVD release, but Pharrell, who'd worked with her on "Hollaback Girl," convinced her that she could make a L. He invited her to come to Miami, and she was floored.However, two new coaches will be stepping up to their own big red chairs, and these two celebrities are almost completely unknown to Blake.
reports that singer-songwriters Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams have met Blake Shelton, but they are almost complete strangers to Shelton.
"Usher and Busta Rhymes did a mini concert at the wedding," a source revealed to Us. PHOTOS: Celebrity weddings 2013 Williams and Lasichanh are already parents to their 4-year-old-son Rocket.
"[He's the] best song that I've ever co-written," the fashion designer said about his baby boy to show host Savannah Guthrie in August.
Blake said, “As far as Gwen and Pharrell — I always want to call him ‘For Real’ — I’ve met them, but I can honestly say that outside of a handshake and a ‘What’s up,’ I don’t know these people that well.” Apparently Blake Shelton is gearing up for some potential competitive threats from Stefani and Williams.
He has said that he is prepared to take the job seriously and that he may not exactly be “polite” about it.
When words get popular, one of two things tends to happen, as computational linguist Tyler Schnoebelen explains: "As it gets picked up by more people, its meaning will either calcify or bleach.” That is, harden into meaning only one very specific thing, or expand to embrace a range of meanings.