The duo teamed up to perform “Nobody But You,” which they collaborated on for Shelton’s album Fully Loaded: God’s Country. The two sang the romantic song to each other, holding hands throughout, and shared a hug at the end.
The moment came after Alicia Keys‘ tribute to Kobe Bryant, in which Boyz II Men joined her in a surprise performance of “It’s So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday” in honor of the NBA star, who died in a helicopter crash on Sunday.
Stefani and Shelton were the first performers announced for this year’s Grammys. Shelton announced the news himself on his Instagram, writing, “Nobody but you, @gwenstefani, that I’d want to share this year’s @recordingacademy#GRAMMYs stage with!”
The pair first began dating after appearing as judges together on The Voice and have since collaborated on several occasions. They released “Go Ahead and Break My Heart” in 2016, the holiday track “You Make It Feel Like Christmas” in 2017, and most recently “Nobody But You.”
That album’s title track is up for a Grammy in the Best Country Solo Performance category tonight, giving Shelton his ninth nomination. Stefani has three Grammy wins from a total of 18 nominations.