Blake Shelton performed with his now-wife Gwen Stefani recently, but his appearance caught people's attention more.

Shelton and Stefani shared one of their earliest performances as husband and wife on Tuesday night.

The love birds joined Carrie Underwood as they served as the opening acts of the CMA Summer Jam in Nashville. Though their wedding is already over, Shelton and Stefani showed off a union vibe again as the 51-year-old wore a white lace dress.

They then shared the stage together and performed "Don't Speak," "Happy Anywhere," and "Nobody But You."

Aside from Stefani's bridal look and their performance, Shelton won the crowd with his honeymoon look which left his fans thirsty.

On Twitter, their fans went crazy over Shelton's appearance and complimented him for looking better than ever.

A Twitter user shared photos from the event and captioned it with: "I don't know if it's the haircut, the honeymoon glow, the Gwen Stefani-Shelton effect, or the pure happiness of marrying the love of his life, but Blake Shelton has truly entered the most incredible, talented, (and hot) stage in the past month.

"Don't do this again, Blake. I really wanted to see you and Gwen tonight, but the tickets were sold out. Looks like a great time!" another added.

Shelton and Stefani got married this month through an intimate ceremony.

How Shelton and Stefani Met

Before saying I dos, Shelton and Stefani married other people in the past. Stefani's first marriage was to Gavin Rossdale in 2002. After spending time together and welcoming three kids, they filed for divorce in 2015.

Meanwhile, Shelton already tied knots twice - first was with Kaynette Gern then with fellow singer, Miranda Lambert.

The love story then began when Shelton joined one season of "The Voice" in 2014. Shelton, who was a permanent judge, was able to meet her multiple times as she came back at different times before working as a part-time adviser.

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Since then, they began working together and performed on stage. They famously collaborated on "Go Ahead and Break My Heart" and "You Make It Feel Like Christmas."

In 2020, they conquered the stage again when they performed together at the Grammys and released their third collaboration, "Nobody But You."

After years of dating, Shelton popped the question and announced his engagement in Stefani in October 2020. Like other couples, they faced hurdles during their preparations but fortunately held their wedding earlier this month.

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