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15 November 2017, 05:53 | Israel Caldwell
People Magazine Says Blake Shelton is 'Sexiest Man Alive'
People magazine has chosen Blake Shelton as their 2017 Sexiest Man Alive. The 41-year-old Shelton relented, deadpanning he's been "ugly" all his life so he'll take the yearlong reign with a smile.
Growing up, Shelton told People, he had some awkward years.
"As proud as I am and honored that you guys asked me, that's really the only thing I care about". "Sexy" in 2018 on his headlining Country Music Freaks tour alongside Brett Eldredge, Carly Pearce, and special guest Trace Adkins.
It turns out, girlfriend Gwen Stefani pushed him to accept the honor.
"She goes, 'Listen to me,"' recalled the 6-foot-5, Oklahoma-bred Shelton. His most recent album, "Texoma Shore", was released earlier this month.
Shelton is now in his twelfth season as a judge on the NBC singing competition, and the singer's most recent album, "Texoma Shore", became 11th to reach the top 10 on Billboard's albums chart. "I think to describe myself as a child, one word comes to mind".
Shelton's stardom over the past few years has defined his decades-long career, with his role on The Voice as well as more than just a few No. 1 albums on the Billboard Country Albums Chart. Because it's going to be used in every conversation, whether it's at "The Voice" or at the feed store in Tishomingo, Oklahoma, or in a conversation with a doctor.
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