It's obvious that Gwen Stefani is smitten with her beau, Blake Shelton, but something came up recently that was almost a deal breaker in their relationship.
Stefani gushed about her romance to host Jimmy Fallon while on Wednesday's The Tonight Show, and joked about some of their differences.
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Noting that the country crooner is definitely not a Los Angeles guy, Stefani quipped, "I think he's quite miserable when he's not in the woods or, like, somewhere in camo. He really likes to be camouflaged."
The No Doubt frontwoman admitted she was nervous to take the 40-year-old country crooner to Disneyland for the first time.
"I know that for me I just go anywhere, and I know I'm gonna get hounded for pictures or whatever," she told Fallon. "I don't mind, you know what I mean? For him, he's just not used to that, like I said. He's in the woods most of the time but, yeah, we went. It was crazy. It was, like, a billion people there."
But it wasn't Shelton's discomfort with the crowds that concerned Stefani.
"He won't do the rollercoasters," she revealed. "That was literally, like, that was almost a deal breaker for me. I was like, 'I don't know.'"
Part of the reason Shelton isn't a fan of the thrill rides is due to his sheer size. "He doesn't fit in anything," Stefani said of her tall man. "We did go on the Matterhorn, he did. But he barely fit inside the little thing. His knees were up like this."
Shelton has made it clear that he's not afraid to try new things. During one of his appearances on The Tonight Show, he ate sushi for the first time with Fallon, and Stefani revealed that the segment has put him on the map.
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"Of course everybody recognizes him wherever he goes, but we walked into the sushi restaurant and literally the entire restaurant stood up and was like, 'Blake!'" she said. "It was like the whole world had just watched it, and we walked in the room. I felt so bad. He really is a country boy. He does not like going out."
The couple now face the challenge of working with one another on The Voice. Here's a look at how they are managing their personal and professional lives: