Blake Shelton is celebrating his 48th birthday today (6/18). While we don’t know how the country superstar is celebrating his big day, we can almost guarantee it will be with his wife, Gwen Stefani, either at their California home or their Oklahoma farm.

A few weeks ago (6/6) at CMA Fest in Nashville, Blake popped up for a Nissan Stadium set after Thomas Rhett’s set for a surprise performance for fans. The surprises didn’t stop coming as Blake welcomed his new duet partner and buddy Post Malone to the stage, where the two performed their collaboration, “Somebody Pour Me A Drink.”

See a Nissan Stadium Instagram post here.

Blake posted some images of himself, Malone, and his wife, Gwen Stefani, on his Instagram. He captioned the post to his nearly seven million Instagram followers, “Welcome to country music @postmalone!!!!!”

His fans were thrilled with the post, one wrote, “Iconic duo for sure.” Another fan commented, “Duo of the year !!!!!” One more fan said, “This is wonderful!”

See that post here.

Malone also posted about the moment and shared a video clip of it on his Instagram. He wrote, “Pour me a drink @blakeshelton @cma.”

Posty’s fans reacted in droves. One fan commented, “Love this… keep up the amazing work.” Another die-hard said, “Man!!! love your country music.”

See Post Malone’s post here.

In other Shelton news, the singer recently had the chance for the new The Fall Guy movie. 

Blake recently posted a video clip of him singing the popular 1980s TV show Anthem starring Lee Majors. Shelton captioned the video clip on his Instagram, “I grew up a huge fan of The Fall Guy TV show and especially its theme song. So when I was asked to do my version of ‘Unknown Stuntman'”‘ for the new @thefallguymovie, I just had to do it. Listen now and check out the new movie, people!!!!”

Many fans reacted to his post, including one fan who wrote, “Wow- that suits you so well.” Another fan commented, “I loved the tv show too. @blakeshelton your song is awesome.” One more fan said, “Wouldn’t trust anyone else to do this old song justice.”

See that post here.

As we celebrate all things Blake today (6/18), we picked out five of his music videos that no one can miss.

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  • "I'll Name The Dogs" (2018)

    This video won Blake a CMT Music Video Award in 2018 Male Video category. The song was the first single from Shelton’s 2017 album Texoma Shore and would be used for his other album, Fully Loaded: God’s Country.

    The music video depicts a couple getting married at an older age, and Blake and his band sing as the wedding band for the event.

  • "God's Country" (2019)

    This epic music video was shot over the course of four days in and around Tishomingo, Oklahoma. It depicts Shelton singing and working on a modern farm, interspersed with historical footage of the Dust Bowl, storms, beautiful nature shots, and traditional rural and farm imagery, concluding with a burning tractor.

    The video is intended to convey the intensity of farm life while juxtaposing the “good, beautiful things of God’s country, and also the wrath of God.

    An award-winning song for Blake, he received his 9th Grammy nomination for “God’s Country” at the 2020 Grammy Awards in the Best Country Solo Performance category.

    “God’s Country” won the Single of the Year category at the 2020 Academy of Country Music (ACM) Awards.

  • "You Make It Feel Like Christmas" (2017)

    Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton show the world how natural they are as a duet couple in this Christmas song from Gwen’s holiday album from 2017.

    The music video is epic. The couple drives around in a convertible carrying a Christmas tree in the snow, dancing and singing together with a big band on stage in formal attire.

    This song and music video are among the rare holiday songs that have the chance to become a real classic.

  • "Happy Anywhere" (2020)

    This infectious music video shows the love between Blake and his then-girlfriend, now wife, Gwen Stefani. The song fits the two of them so well.

    The video shows wonderful home movie footage of the couple on Blakes’s farm in Oklahoma, including them camping and riding around on an ATV. It also shows the couple in a candle-lit room, riding horses, and on the beach together.

    A video highlight is Blake playing guitar in a cornfield while Gwen looks at him and fixes his hair.

  • "No Body" (2022)

    This is such a fun video. The song uses references to country music of the 1990s, including “Boot Scootin’ Boogie” by Brooks & Dunn, to express the male narrator’s interest in a potential lover. Shelton told us that he chose to record the song because said references made him feel nostalgic for the music he listened to prior to moving to Nashville, Tennessee, at the beginning of his career in 2001.

    Blake wore a cowboy hat and a fake mullet to mimic the appearance he had very early in his career.

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