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Coronavirus: Blake Shelton Plans To Grow His Infamous Mullet Back While Choosing To Self-Quarantine

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By Jimmy Ha

Blake Shelton is trying to lighten the mood during the recent coronavirus pandemic. The country singer just announced via his twitter page that he plans to grow out his infamous mullet, while he is quarantined with his girlfriend, Gwen Stefani.

"I have an announcement," Shelton tweeted. "With basically EVERYTHING I had scheduled being canceled for the foreseeable further [Gwen Stefani] and I have made a decision together. I am growing my mullet back as a symbol of hope or some sh–– like that.. Anyway it’s coming back! For real. Stay tuned..."

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Shelton sported his iconic mullet throughout the early days of his music career. He mentioned that he would back the hairstyle on other occasions. He previously joked about it to CBS' Gayle King, ‘vowing he could single-handedly bring back the iconic do’.

"It's coming back," Shelton promised. "There's kids that are wearing mullets now. And I'm feeling like maybe it's time for me to bring mine back. I'm not a trendsetter. I don't mind jumping in on a trend like that."

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Girlfriend Gwen Stefani mentioned that she was more than okay with the idea and would even help him style Shelton’s hair.

"I've actually offered to go get him some extensions," Stefani said. "We could totally match the color easily. I'll do it for you."

Stefani and Shelton’s relationship dates back to their first ‘major’ encounter on The Voice back in 2014. Both separated from their significant others in the following year of 2015 and since then chemistry began to build between the two. They made it official in November 2015 and have been flaunting their love since.

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Shelton postpone the last five dates on his Friends and Heroes Tour, in result of the coronavirus pandemic, but continues to keep the health and safety of his fans as a priority.

"Omaha, I’m here in your city with my friends and heroes and am ready to play a show for you, but for all the right reasons –– chiefly everyone’s safety and well-being –– we have to reschedule tonight and the rest of the tour," Shelton shared last week. "Please take care of yourself and your loved ones. You can bet we’ll see you back here soon!"

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Shelton has been known to use his platform to shed light and positivity during times of hardship. The country star gave encouragement during the recent tragedies caused by a tornado in Nashville earlier this month.

The singer also made sure to let Nashville know that they are not to be overlooked during the global pandemic.

Shelton posted on March 17 on twitter , "Proud to be included on @WarnerMusicNash ’s #NashvilleStrong album. All y’all have to do is listen, and all streaming proceeds will be donated to the Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund for tornado relief. "

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