Transcript for Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton are engaged
We are looking forward to "Pop news" right now with Lara. Good morning, Lara. Hi, good morning, you guys. Great to see you on this rainy day but I have some really nice warm news to share with you. Listen to this song. Can you guys play it. I don't want to live without you It's Gwen stefani/blake Shelton singing "Nobody but you." That is definitely the case for these lovebirds who announced overnight they're engaged. So happy for them. Gwen sharing the good news this this adorable picture writing, yes, please, Blake shared the same shot. He writes, hey, Gwen Stefani, thanks for saving 2020 and the rest of my life. I love you. A few weeks ago she thought it was cute when people referred to Blake has her husband and says it happens all the time. They've been together for over five years after meeting on "The voice." Their Har is undeniable. They have made beautiful music together collaborating on several duets including that one, "Nobody but you" and another one we love called "Happy anywhere." Both perfect titles for this great occasion. Congratulations to the happy couple. This one is for you, bachelor nation. Wow, what a night. After months of speculation we might finally have confirmation on who is taking reins during the season. After months of rumors that Clare will exit early we might know what's next. Chris tweeting during the show, Chris Harrison, that is, he tweet, I'm warning you, the last nine seconds of tonight's "The bachelorette" will shake you to your core. What were those nine seconds? Take a look. We have never dealt with anything like this in the history of our show. I'm confused as all hell. What is next? Oh, my. Seeming to confirm the midseason replacement as well with that shot and a post on Instagram, this picture you're about to see with the caption, you rang? We'll have to tune in to find out what the most dramatic season turns out to be when "The bachelorette" returns next Thursday, November 5th at 8:00 P.M. I know we will all be watching. Finally I love this story, a North Carolina man has struck gold or should I say copper on a recent trip to Maine. Shane Houston was using a metal detector when he uncovered this, an old penny found at a local church. Turns out it was made in 1798, 220 years ago worth $200. Shane feels like he struck gold. He is keeping the exact location of the church where he found the penny a secret so he can make a return trip. He's going to go see if he can find more of those lucky right now I shall send it back to you all in the studio. We're still trying to recover from those nine seconds of "The bachelorette." Okay. Thank you so much. Now we're going to go to our cover story.
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