It looks like Blake Shelton is doing his level best to quash rumors that he dumped Gwen Stefani.
He's taking to social media to gush about Gwen, calling her his "pretty girl."
And he's even referring to her as an "adopted Okie," which we're sure that he means as a compliment.
Blake Shelton's tweet even tags his lady love.
"Hey @gwenstefani it's official ..."
Despite the use of the word official, no, this is not a confirmation that the two of them are engaged or married or expecting.
"With your arrowhead finding eye you are now an adopted Okie!!!"
Honestly, it's super impressive that she's managed to spot so many -- as you'll see in the photo that he tweeted.
It's a lot.
By "Okie," he means Oklahoman. Gwen is a California girl who's learning to
"Side note: I love you pretty girl...
Well, she is gorgeous. And she deserves love.
Incidentally, if you were looking for confirmation that Gwen really did spot all of these arrowheads simply by perusing Blake Shelton's property, you're not alone.
A fan asked Blake, and he replied:
This isn't the first time that we've seen signs of Gwen adopting Blake's habits and hobbies.
Recently, she shared photos of herself in what appears to be hunting gear in the woods of Oklahoma.
She even had her children with her, which we cannot imagine that Gavin Rossdale loved.
Gwen is a California native. Plenty of people move to California after they become famous, but she was born there.
(Which is not really surprising -- more than 12% of the nation resides in California)
And yet it looks like she's taking to Blake's lifestyle and to Oklahoma like a duck to water.
Fans have joked on social media that, in another timeline -- perhaps a better one -- we would see Blake adapting to Gwen's lifestyle instead of the other way around.
One cannot help but imagine the sight of Shelton wearing more colorful, stylish clothing as he dines at a restaurant near the beach in California.
Or if he were to gush online about his growing love for sushi, or share that he's started to really enjoy getting pedicures.
Instead, fans have watched Gwen seem to lose herself in a less successful and ultimately less famous musician.
Love can do that to a person.
It may seem strange that two singers from totally different worlds -- one a pop star with a wide, international audience, the other one of the most famous Country singers -- were brought together by a singing competition and a pair of failed relationships.
But while bonding over both having allegedly been cheated on might not be the normal definition of a meet cute, love can start that way.
And this whirlwind romance, which has lasted for years, may just end in marriage.
We don't know that this would mean that Gwen Stefani will live in Oklahoma full time for the rest of her life.
But it looks like, if it does, she'll fit right in.
Think what you will about the pairing, but we think that the woman who taught the world how to spell "bananas" deserves happiness in whatever form.