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Fans of Blake Shelton know that the country crooner has had his fair share of heartbreak. But now, Shelton, who's in a happy relationship with Gwen Stefani, isn't letting what happened in the past affect his future.
"Of course I would," Shelton said on Sunday TODAY. "Look, you gotta keep taking a stab at life. You know? And I don't know if I will, but of course I would (get married again). I'm not afraid. Bring it on."
Shelton was previously married to fellow country singer Miranda Lambert for four years before their divorce in 2015. Later that year, Shelton and Stefani — who had split from her husband of 13 years, Gavin Rossdale — confirmed they were an item, and have been together ever since.
"I'm at a point in my life where time is as valuable as anything," Shelton, 42, said. "And having it with my family and with Gwen and her kids, what's important to you at this age, it starts to change, you know?"
When asked whether he had any hesitations about jumping from one highly publicized relationship to another, the singer said he did have concerns but that he and Stefani talked it out.
"It's a tabloid's dream to have (my and Gwen's) worlds collide, and the situation that they collided in," Shelton said, referencing how the two sparked their romance while working together as coaches on "The Voice." "But at the end of the day, all you gotta do is ignore it. And it's not even there."
As for Stefani, she told Ellen DeGeneres earlier this year that she thinks about marrying Shelton "all the time."
"I love weddings," she said. "The kids love him. We love him. Everybody loves him!"
The future, of course, is always uncertain — but for Gwen and Blake, it certainly looks bright.