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Entertainment Blake Shelton Let Gwen Stefani Dye His Hair During Quarantine

23:45  28 september  2020
23:45  28 september  2020 Source:   billboard.com

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Blake Shelton didn’t just trust Gwen Stefani to cut his hair during quarantine. He also trusted her enough to dye it once he realized he was going gray.

During his appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Monday (Sept. 28), the country singer explained how he noticed something else about his hair when his girlfriend-turned-hair stylist gave him a quarantine mullet on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon back in April.

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“We were on Jimmy’s show and I think I saw a picture back, and I turned my head to the side at some point, and it was just…. There was no more salt and pepper. It’s just salt,” he laughed. “And so I said, ‘Oh my God, when did this happen to me?'”

Despite limited physical encounters with other people during quarantine, Shelton didn’t realize how often he was appearing on virtual television segments, joking that his hair was making him start to look like a game show host. But DeGeneres reassured Shelton that he will “always be the sexiest man in America to me,” a title he won from People in 2017.

“So we ordered some Just For Men, and I tried that for a while. And I wasn’t doing it right, and… it had too much color. It was like blue or purple or something,” the “God’s Country” artist recalled. “So then she just said, ‘Let’s just do it right.’ … And I actually really liked it…. I’m not opposed to having her color my hair again. I don’t care. If it makes her happy, I’m cool with it.”

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Gwyneth Paltrow holding a sign posing for the camera: In Goop we trust? Gwyneth Paltrow has courted controversy since launching her wellness and lifestyle brand, Goop, in 2008. What started as a weekly newsletter from the Clean Plate author, grew to an expansive website that spawned a fashion line, wellness products, recipe portal, podcast, magazine and health summit, among other projects. “We operate from a place of curiosity and nonjudgment, and we start hard conversations, crack open taboos, and look for connection and resonance everywhere we can find it,” Goop’s website reads. “We don’t mind being the tip of the spear — in short, we go first so you don’t have to. We’re glad you’re here.” Since its launch, Goop has released a few controversial products, including the Jade Egg (it is claimed to increase sexual energy when placed in one’s vagina) and the “This Smells Like My Vagina” candle. Paltrow, however, stands by her choice to release the items, especially the scent that may make some people uncomfortable. “You grew up getting messaging around the feminine care that was heavily scented with synthetic fragrances and all this kind of thing,” Paltrow exclusively told Us Weekly in September 2020, regarding her cheeky candle. “I just felt it was time to make a bit of a feminist statement around accepting who we are and our femininity.” A year prior, the Iron Man actress came under more fire after the In Goop Health conference in London in June 2019. Some attendees were upset about the $1,300 hotel price tag and what they called a subpar experience, with one reportedly labeling the actress  a “f–king extortionist” and claiming the weekend was less of a summit and more of a sales pitch.     “Gwyneth acts like she’s a health goddess, but actually she’s a pretentious, greedy extortionist,” an attendee told The New York Post‘s Page Six at the time. “She had a ton of security. She was unapproachable. She did the minimum — a few fireside chats with Twiggy and Penelope Cruz, then she put on her Birkenstocks and snuck out.” According to the company, however, there was no foul play. “It should be noted that the actual value of the weekend package was over $8,000,” a rep told the outlet. “The cost included a hotel suite (valued at $1,600) and a gift bag valued at $3,000, among other items. During the event, Gwyneth opened the day, conducted three fireside chats (almost half of the day’s panels) and hosted a workout and Q&A the next day.” Nevertheless, numerous attendees were left mystified after the event. “I was a huge fan of Gwyneth,” added the guest. “Now I feel like I have lost my faith in God.” The Shakespeare in Love actress defended her the wellness company from criticism early on as well, telling Harper’s Bazaar UK in 2011 that “I very much want Goop to be its own stand-alone brand.” She revealed that “at this point in time, it’s inextricably linked with me, but we really are a team of amazing people who bring incredible ideas to the site. It’s not only me.” Scroll down for the company’s Goopiest moments ranked from mild to wild!

Gwen Stefani Recreates Famous Hits Like 'Hollaback Girl' and 'Spiderwebs' as Country Songs .
Gwen Stefani dressed in a cowboy hat and strummed a guitar in the faux infomercial of her fictional album, Gwen's Gone CountryDuring Monday night's episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Stefani joined the host for a silly infomercial sketch in which she reimagined some of her famous hits as country songs.

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