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Blake Shelton shares sweet photo with Gwen Stefani on her 51st birthday

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They’ve shared the look of love for nearly five years.

And Blake Shelton made sure to sing praises on Gwen Stefani as she celebrated her 51st birthday Saturday morning.

The 44-year-old country crooner took to Instagram with a loved-up photo of the couple from their Happy Anywhere music video.

Happiness: Blake Shelton made sure to sing praises on Gwen Stefani as she celebrated her 51st birthday Saturday morning

Happiness: Blake Shelton made sure to sing praises on Gwen Stefani as she celebrated her 51st birthday Saturday morning

Happiness: Blake Shelton made sure to sing praises on Gwen Stefani as she celebrated her 51st birthday Saturday morning

‘It’s a special day for a special lady in my life,’ he wrote. ‘Happy birthday @gwenstefani, I’d write a song for you every single day if I could…’

The couple stood in a corn field for the grab from their latest country duet which debuted in July and followed the December release of Nobody But You.

Ellen DeGeneres chimed in with the perfect present for Gwen: ‘Happy birthday @GwenStefani! @BlakeShelton, if you need any gift advice, give me a RING!’

‘Even though Gwen and I just had a single out, we decided that, under the circumstances, this year … man, there’s never been a better time for Happy Anywhere,’ he told People.

Duet: The 44-year-old country crooner took to Instagram with a loved-up photo of the couple from their Happy Anywhere music video

Duet: The 44-year-old country crooner took to Instagram with a loved-up photo of the couple from their Happy Anywhere music video

Duet: The 44-year-old country crooner took to Instagram with a loved-up photo of the couple from their Happy Anywhere music video

Just the two of us: The couple stood in a corn field for the grab from their latest country duet which debuted in July and followed the December release of Nobody But You

Just the two of us: The couple stood in a corn field for the grab from their latest country duet which debuted in July and followed the December release of Nobody But You

Just the two of us: The couple stood in a corn field for the grab from their latest country duet which debuted in July and followed the December release of Nobody But You

Jokes: Ellen DeGeneres chimed in with the perfect present for Gwen: 'Happy birthday @GwenStefani! @BlakeShelton, if you need any gift advice, give me a RING!'

Jokes: Ellen DeGeneres chimed in with the perfect present for Gwen: 'Happy birthday @GwenStefani! @BlakeShelton, if you need any gift advice, give me a RING!'

Jokes: Ellen DeGeneres chimed in with the perfect present for Gwen: ‘Happy birthday @GwenStefani! @BlakeShelton, if you need any gift advice, give me a RING!’

‘We’ve all been in quarantine and lockdown, and hopefully we’ve been doing that with somebody that we really love and enjoy being around. That’s what happened with Gwen and me this summer — and this entire year.’

Despite the optimism surrounding the song, the singers are reportedly ‘stretched to the limit’ amid the looming global pandemic.   

Adding to their stress,  the couple recently moved into a new family home in Los Angeles after purchasing the property in 2019, which has proved to be a challenging experience.

‘Friends say this move has turned into a nightmare,’ a source told US Weekly. ‘This is the toughest period they’ve had so far without a doubt.’

Baby Gwen: The No Doubt lead singer shared a black-and-white baby snap to thank her friends and fans for well-wishes

Baby Gwen: The No Doubt lead singer shared a black-and-white baby snap to thank her friends and fans for well-wishes

Baby Gwen: The No Doubt lead singer shared a black-and-white baby snap to thank her friends and fans for well-wishes

'Even though Gwen and I just had a single out, we decided that, under the circumstances, this year ... man, there's never been a better time for Happy Anywhere,' he told People about their new duet

'Even though Gwen and I just had a single out, we decided that, under the circumstances, this year ... man, there's never been a better time for Happy Anywhere,' he told People about their new duet

‘Even though Gwen and I just had a single out, we decided that, under the circumstances, this year … man, there’s never been a better time for Happy Anywhere,’ he told People about their new duet

The insider admitted there is hope for Gwen and Blake, as they have previously found ways to ‘work through any tension and look at the bigger picture and ‘know how to compromise.’ 

Gwen was reportedly keen for her kids — Kingston, 14, Zuma, 12, and Apollo, six, whom she has with ex-husband Gavin Rossdale — to move in ahead of the new school year.

A source shared: ‘They are very happy to be settled at last in their family home.

‘Gwen wanted to be moved in for the start of the school year, even though the kids are doing school at home because of COVID-19.’

Bliss: Blake and Gwen began dating nearly five years ago after meeting and working together on The Voice; seen in January

Bliss: Blake and Gwen began dating nearly five years ago after meeting and working together on The Voice; seen in January

Bliss: Blake and Gwen began dating nearly five years ago after meeting and working together on The Voice; seen in January

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Bradley Cooper urges residents of Pennsylvania to deliver mail-in ballots in person in PSA

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With just days to go until election day, Bradley Cooper is once again speaking out to residents of his home state of Pennsylvania in a second voting PSA through Now This.

Only this go-around he’s urging people to make sure they deliver any remaining mail-in absentee ballots in person before 8 p.m. on election day, November 3.

His 11th hour push comes on the heels of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that leaves open the possibility that the High Court could revisit the question of whether Pennsylvania can accept absentee ballots received after election day.  

Another PSA: Bradley Cooper, 45, is urging residents in his home state of Pennsylvania to deliver mail-in absentee ballots in person before 8 p.m. on election day, November 3

Another PSA: Bradley Cooper, 45, is urging residents in his home state of Pennsylvania to deliver mail-in absentee ballots in person before 8 p.m. on election day, November 3

Another PSA: Bradley Cooper, 45, is urging residents in his home state of Pennsylvania to deliver mail-in absentee ballots in person before 8 p.m. on election day, November 3

Right off the top, the acclaimed actor and director announced he’s ‘proud to be from Pennsylvania,’ that he was born in Abington and grew up in Montgomery County. 

‘I care a lot about PA, and that’s why I need to share this extremely important message with you PA voters,’ he said while looking straight into the camera. 

‘Make sure to deliver your ballot in person before 8 p.m. on November 3. There is a strong chance that that ballot, if it’s delivered after 8 p.m., will not be counted on the 3rd.

Cooper, 45, continued, ‘There’s so much riding on this election. Human decency is riding on this election. So go to IWillVote.com/PA and make sure you get your ballot in before 8pm on November 3. Thank you.’   

Keystone State pride: Cooper revealed he's 'proud to be from Pennsylvania' and that he was born in Abington and grew up in Montgomery County

Keystone State pride: Cooper revealed he's 'proud to be from Pennsylvania' and that he was born in Abington and grew up in Montgomery County

Keystone State pride: Cooper revealed he’s ‘proud to be from Pennsylvania’ and that he was born in Abington and grew up in Montgomery County

Urgent! The acclaimed actor and director maintained there's a strong chance that that ballot, if it's delivered after 8 p.m., will not be counted on the November 3

Urgent! The acclaimed actor and director maintained there's a strong chance that that ballot, if it's delivered after 8 p.m., will not be counted on the November 3

Urgent! The acclaimed actor and director maintained there’s a strong chance that that ballot, if it’s delivered after 8 p.m., will not be counted on the November 3

On Wednesday, SCOTUS declined to expedite a review of the dispute over Pennsylvania’s deadline for mail-in absentee ballots, but the Court left open the possibility of revisiting the matter after the election.

The Pennsylvania Republican Party had asked the Court to review a ruling by the state supreme court that extended the deadline for returning mail-in ballots by three days to November 6, according to CBS News.

As a result, officials in Pennsylvania said county election boards will separate ballots received after Election Day, just in case the court chooses to review the case in the future. 

Upmost importance: Bradley said human decency is on the line in this election in the new PSA

Upmost importance: Bradley said human decency is on the line in this election in the new PSA

Upmost importance: Bradley said human decency is on the line in this election in the new PSA

Earlier this month, the A Star Is Born leading man and director teamed up with Now This News for a PSA video where he urged people to vote and described the three ways people can vote: by mail, early in-person, or at a polling place on Election Day. 

And he did it by breaking down the do’s and the don’ts to make sure residents of the Keystone State have their voices heard. 

The three-plus minute video began with Cooper looking straight into the camera and declaring how ‘voting in Pennsylvania is easy’ as long as citizens first check to see if they’re registered.  

The deadline to register online in Pennsylvania was Monday, October 19, while the deadline to request a mail-in ballot was by 5 p.m. on October 27. 

The push is on! Bradley Cooper urged people in his native Pennsylvania to vote in the upcoming November 3 election by offering tips on how to register and cast their ballot in a PSA in early October

The push is on! Bradley Cooper urged people in his native Pennsylvania to vote in the upcoming November 3 election by offering tips on how to register and cast their ballot in a PSA in early October

The push is on! Bradley Cooper urged people in his native Pennsylvania to vote in the upcoming November 3 election by offering tips on how to register and cast their ballot in a PSA in early October

While getting into some of the don’ts of voting in Pennsylvania, Cooper warned voters not to submit a naked ballot, which is when someone sends back the return envelope with just the ballot inside. 

To avoid having their vote invalidated, people need to stuff the provided secrecy envelope into the postage-paid return envelope, and then deliver it in person before 8 p.m on November 3, according to Cooper’s updated PSA on avoiding the ballot   

Cooper also reminded voters to sign their ballots, adding that it’s one of the most common mistakes people make. 

No problem: The acclaimed actor and director maintained how 'easy' it is to vote in his native Pennsylvania

No problem: The acclaimed actor and director maintained how 'easy' it is to vote in his native Pennsylvania

No problem: The acclaimed actor and director maintained how ‘easy’ it is to vote in his native Pennsylvania

The process: The deadline to register to vote online in Pennsylvania was Monday, October 19

The process: The deadline to register to vote online in Pennsylvania was Monday, October 19

The process: The deadline to register to vote online in Pennsylvania was Monday, October 19

People voting for the first time will need to bring their ID to the polling station. Acceptable photo ID’s include a driver’s license, a government ID, a military ID and a U.S. passport, a student ID or a employee ID. Those without a photo ID can use a document that has their name and address

Acceptable alternatives to a photo ID include a utility bill, paycheck, bank statement and voter registration card.

Polls are open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. on November 3.

The video ended with a shot of Cooper adding: ‘As long as you’re in line by 8 p.m. you have the right to vote. So do it.’       

Don't do it: Cooper warned voters not to submit a naked ballot, which is when someone sends back the return envelope with just the ballot inside; residents need to stuff the provided secrecy envelope into the postage-paid return envelope

Don't do it: Cooper warned voters not to submit a naked ballot, which is when someone sends back the return envelope with just the ballot inside; residents need to stuff the provided secrecy envelope into the postage-paid return envelope

Don’t do it: Cooper warned voters not to submit a naked ballot, which is when someone sends back the return envelope with just the ballot inside; residents need to stuff the provided secrecy envelope into the postage-paid return envelope

Your right to vote: Polls are open on November 3 from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m.; which Cooper reminded residents that they need to be in line by 8 p.m.

Your right to vote: Polls are open on November 3 from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m.; which Cooper reminded residents that they need to be in line by 8 p.m.

Your right to vote: Polls are open on November 3 from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m.; which Cooper reminded residents that they need to be in line by 8 p.m.

A slew of other celebrities have been using their high-profile platforms to urge people to get out and vote.

On the night of the first presidential debate, musician Frank Ocean took to social media to announce that he has launched a new voting registration site.

‘If you’re not registered swipe up to BLONDED.CO the form just takes 2 minutes to fill out. Goodnight,’ he wrote.

Singer-songwriter-actress-activist Janelle Monáe released her song Turntables, which is about voter suppression that’s featured in the documentary — All In: The Fight for Democracy. 

Rockin' the vote: Musician Frank Ocean is among the many other celebrities who are using their platforms to urge people to vote; during the night of presidential debate he took to social media to announce that he had launched a new voting registration site BLONDED.CO

Rockin' the vote: Musician Frank Ocean is among the many other celebrities who are using their platforms to urge people to vote; during the night of presidential debate he took to social media to announce that he had launched a new voting registration site BLONDED.CO

Rockin’ the vote: Musician Frank Ocean is among the many other celebrities who are using their platforms to urge people to vote; during the night of presidential debate he took to social media to announce that he had launched a new voting registration site BLONDED.CO

All in: singer Janelle Monáe released her song Turntables, which is about voter suppression that's featured in the documentary -- All In: The Fight for Democracy that is connected to the #ALLINFORVOTING campaign

All in: singer Janelle Monáe released her song Turntables, which is about voter suppression that's featured in the documentary -- All In: The Fight for Democracy that is connected to the #ALLINFORVOTING campaign

All in: singer Janelle Monáe released her song Turntables, which is about voter suppression that’s featured in the documentary — All In: The Fight for Democracy that is connected to the #ALLINFORVOTING campaign

The filmmakers and Amazon Studios launched the #ALLINFORVOTING campaign in a bid to combate misinformation about the voting process, and to get more first-time voters signed up, according to NME.  

After the first presidential debate, Ariana Grande asked her Twitter followers to register to vote and vote early, and then shared a HeadCount link.

Kylie Jenner also shared the HeadCount link on Instagram along with ‘Register to Vote’ stickers on her story. 

Zendaya has also been pushing the voting message across her social media pages.   

You have the right: Pop superstar Ariana Grande asked her Twitter followers to register to vote through the HeadCount link

You have the right: Pop superstar Ariana Grande asked her Twitter followers to register to vote through the HeadCount link

You have the right: Pop superstar Ariana Grande asked her Twitter followers to register to vote through the HeadCount link

Using her influence: Kylie Jenner also shared the HeadCount link on Instagram

Using her influence: Kylie Jenner also shared the HeadCount link on Instagram

Using her influence: Kylie Jenner also shared the HeadCount link on Instagram

Pushing for the young vote: Actress Zendaya has also been pushing the voting message across her social media pages

Pushing for the young vote: Actress Zendaya has also been pushing the voting message across her social media pages

Pushing for the young vote: Actress Zendaya has also been pushing the voting message across her social media pages

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Kate Beckinsale wears custom gold bra to encourage people to vote

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She may be British born and bred, but that didn’t stop Kate Beckinsale from encouraging her American fans to get out and vote in the election.

The actress, 47, found a novel way to tell her followers to have their say, as she posed in a custom gold ‘VOTE’ bra in a series of snaps on her Instagram on Friday.

Kate posed up a storm beside the fireplace in the unique garment, which she wore with a black crop top, glitzy gloves and cream wide-legged trousers.

VOTE! She may be British born and bred, but that didn't stop Kate Beckinsale from encouraging her American fans to get out and vote in the election

VOTE! She may be British born and bred, but that didn't stop Kate Beckinsale from encouraging her American fans to get out and vote in the election

VOTE! She may be British born and bred, but that didn’t stop Kate Beckinsale from encouraging her American fans to get out and vote in the election

Kate’s eye-catching ensemble showcased her washboard abs, which were on full display thanks to her statement bra.

She wore her brunette locks in a bouncy voluminous style and sported a full face of make-up for the impromptu photo shoot at home.

Kate even playfully warned her fans not to stand too close to an open fire while wearing a metal bra. 

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Wow: Kate posed up a storm beside the fireplace in the unique garment, which she wore with a black crop top, glitzy gloves and cream wide-legged trousers

Wow: Kate posed up a storm beside the fireplace in the unique garment, which she wore with a black crop top, glitzy gloves and cream wide-legged trousers

Wow: Kate posed up a storm beside the fireplace in the unique garment, which she wore with a black crop top, glitzy gloves and cream wide-legged trousers

She captions the sizzling snaps: ‘I can’t vote due to being British but I CAN wear a custom golden VOTE bra and encourage you to. 

‘In fact please vote on my behalf. If the voter registration deadline has passed, you can still register to vote in person at a designated Election Day Registration office. 

‘Contact your Local Election Office if you have any questions. Check your state for details. 

‘Also do not wear a metal bra next to an open fire for an extended period of time.’

Boy bye: Kate's political post comes after she allegedly parted ways from her 23-year-old beau Goody Grace earlier this week

Boy bye: Kate's political post comes after she allegedly parted ways from her 23-year-old beau Goody Grace earlier this week

Boy bye: Kate’s political post comes after she allegedly parted ways from her 23-year-old beau Goody Grace earlier this week 

Kate’s political post comes after she allegedly parted ways from her 23-year-old beau Goody Grace earlier this week.

Kate hit back at a troll who told her she ‘needs a man’ after she reportedly split from her boyfriend of nine months Goody.

Kate has allegedly unfollowed the singer, 23, on Instagram and deleted any trace of him from her social media, after he moved into her home during lockdown.

Kate shut down the keyboard warrior after he left a comment saying ‘You need a man’ under one of her recent posts.

She replied saying: ‘I can assure you no one ‘needs’ a man. It’s really a question of want one, or not xx.’ 

Hitting back: Kate shut down the keyboard warrior after he left a comment saying 'You need a man' under one of her recent posts

Hitting back: Kate shut down the keyboard warrior after he left a comment saying 'You need a man' under one of her recent posts

Hitting back: Kate shut down the keyboard warrior after he left a comment saying ‘You need a man’ under one of her recent posts

Split: The actress has reportedly unfollowed the singer on Instagram and deleted any trace of him from her social media, after he moved into her home during lockdown

Split: The actress has reportedly unfollowed the singer on Instagram and deleted any trace of him from her social media, after he moved into her home during lockdown

Split: The actress has reportedly unfollowed the singer on Instagram and deleted any trace of him from her social media, after he moved into her home during lockdown

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April Love Geary goes shopping and urges Instagram followers to vote

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Robin Thicke and fiancée April Love Geary are set to welcome their third child together in December.

With the clock ticking until their new arrival, Geary showed off her growing baby bump when she stepped out for a quick stop at a store in Malibu to pick up some groceries 

The model also found time to get in on early voting in the U.S. local and national elections, which she proudly promoted by wearing a ‘I voted’ sticker on her forehead in a video she posted on her Instagram Stories.

On the go: A very pregnant April Love Geary stopped to pick up groceries at a store in Malibu

On the go: A very pregnant April Love Geary stopped to pick up groceries at a store in Malibu

On the go: A very pregnant April Love Geary stopped to pick up groceries at a store in Malibu

The 25-year-old opted for stylish-comfort in a white dress that included a tie around the waist, giving her the flexibility to adjust the fit accordingly.

She also donned a pair of black, open-toe sandals and styled her light brown tresses long and flowing, with a part on the slight right.

Being an ardent supporter of common sense safety measures since COVID-19 was deemed a pandemic in mid-March, Geary wore a white protective mask over her mouth and nose while out in public. 

The 5ft11 model was seen heading out of the store pushing a cart with two full bags. She first made a pitstop to return the cart, then picked up the bags and carried them the rest of the way to her vehicle. 

Glowing: The 25-year-old model opted for stylish-comfort in a white dress that included a tie around the waist, giving her the flexibility to adjust the fit accordingly

Glowing: The 25-year-old model opted for stylish-comfort in a white dress that included a tie around the waist, giving her the flexibility to adjust the fit accordingly

Glowing: The 25-year-old model opted for stylish-comfort in a white dress that included a tie around the waist, giving her the flexibility to adjust the fit accordingly

Safety first: Geary has been an ardent proponent of people being responsible by wearing masks and socially distancing in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic

Safety first: Geary has been an ardent proponent of people being responsible by wearing masks and socially distancing in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic

Safety first: Geary has been an ardent proponent of people being responsible by wearing masks and socially distancing in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic

Later in the afternoon, Geary took to Instagram and encouraged her 176,000 fans and followers to have their voices heard in the ongoing elections that culminate on Tuesday, November 3.

‘Just poppin in to remind y’all to go out and V O T E,’ she captioned of photo of herself cradling her baby bump while decked out in that very same white dress.

Around the same time, she shared a selfie video on her Insta-Stories where she got candid about the candidates for president other than former Vice President Joe Biden.

‘Everyone go out and vote unless you’re voting for Trump, then go take a really long nap until the end of next week — but go vote just not for Trump or Kanye,’ she said while looking straight into the camera.

Rock the vote: The mother of two also took to Instagram to urge people to vote in U.S. elections

Rock the vote: The mother of two also took to Instagram to urge people to vote in U.S. elections

Rock the vote: The mother of two also took to Instagram to urge people to vote in U.S. elections

Having her voice heard: Geary also shared a selfie video where she urged people to not vote for President Donald J. Trump or Kanye West

Having her voice heard: Geary also shared a selfie video where she urged people to not vote for President Donald J. Trump or Kanye West

Having her voice heard: Geary also shared a selfie video where she urged people to not vote for President Donald J. Trump or Kanye West

Following her Friend: Geary also posted Jennifer Aniston's plea on social media for people to 'be responsible' and not to vote for Kanye West

Following her Friend: Geary also posted Jennifer Aniston's plea on social media for people to 'be responsible' and not to vote for Kanye West

Following her Friend: Geary also posted Jennifer Aniston’s plea on social media for people to ‘be responsible’ and not to vote for Kanye West

She also singled out Kanye West, who qualified to be on the ballot in 12 states, including California, by posting Jennifer Aniston’s plea on social media for people not to vote for the hip-hop superstar.⠀  

After citing how the presidential race ‘isn’t about one candidate or one single issue, it’s about the future of this country and of the world,’ Aniston added: ‘PS — It’s not funny to vote for Kanye. I don’t know how else to say it. Please be responsible.’

Geary also shared West’s response to Aniston: ‘Friends wasn’t funny either.’  

‘Okay I’m not voting for him [West] and I don’t think anyone else should vote for him but this actually made me laugh out loud,’ Geary wrote.    

Thick and Geary are already parents to daughters Mia, two, and Lola, one. The pop star also has a son Julian, 10, that he shares with ex-wife Paula Patton. 

Aside from the visit to the grocery store and her promotion of the election, the expectant mother also shared some short videos and photos of her two little girls playing inside their Southern California home.

Family time: The expectant mother also shared photos and short videos on her Instagram Stories of her daughters Mia, two, and Lola, one

Family time: The expectant mother also shared photos and short videos on her Instagram Stories of her daughters Mia, two, and Lola, one

Family time: The expectant mother also shared photos and short videos on her Instagram Stories of her daughters Mia, two, and Lola, one

Play time: Lola could bee seen shirtless while playing in the family's home

Play time: Lola could bee seen shirtless while playing in the family's home

Play time: Lola could bee seen shirtless while playing in the family’s home

At one point the little girl wore her Halloween shirt as she enjoyed a drink of water

At one point the little girl wore her Halloween shirt as she enjoyed a drink of water

At one point the little girl wore her Halloween shirt as she enjoyed a drink of water

Growing family: Geary and Thicke are expecting their third child together in December

Growing family: Geary and Thicke are expecting their third child together in December

Growing family: Geary and Thicke are expecting their third child together in December

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