He's dating one of the most gorgeous and talented singers out there, and Blake Shelton isn't afraid of letting everyone know.The singer, 40, gave a shout-out to his beautiful girlfriend Gwen Stefani as he accepted the award for Favourite Album and Favourite Male Country Artist at the People's Choice Awards in Los Angeles on Wednesday.'Got a lot of people to thank,' Blake said before later adding, 'Thank the hottest date here tonight, Gwen Stefani, whose sitting right there!' 'The hottest date here tonight': Blake Shelton gave a shout-out to his beautiful girlfriend Gwen Stefani during his acceptance speech at the People's Choice Awards for Favourite Album and Favourite Male Country Artist The crowd went wild as Blake gestured towards his super star girlfriend, who started to laugh at all the attention.'I do think it's interesting,' Blake continued in his speech.'I look at that category, of album of the year, and I know that somewhere out there, there's somebody going, "I mean, how did he win album of the year? Attorney General to conduct an annual consultation with Indian tribal governments to address the federal administration of all tribal funds and programs established under the Violence Against Women Acts (VAWA) of 1994, 2000, and 2005.2013 was the first year the Department of Justice consulted with tribal leaders on sex trafficking as required by the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013.Subscriptions are available for home delivery of the print edition and for a digital replica viewable on your mobile device or computer.
Attorney General Bob Ferguson filed a “friend of the court” brief arguing that agricultural workers who are paid on a “piece-rate” basis by what they pick are also entitled to compensation for time they spend on other aspects of their jobs.
Gibson finished with 43 catches for 951 yards and eight touchdowns last season, and 36 percent of his catches during the past two seasons were for 25 yards.
The knock on Gibson are his hands and his route-running ability.
Instead, Giant released "Austin", Shelton's first single which would later go on to spend five consecutive weeks at number one in the US Country Charts.
Shortly after its release Giant Records was closed and Shelton was pursued by parenting company, Warner Bros.