Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton Couldn’t Take Their Eyes off Each Other While Performing on The Voice

You know what they say about staring at someone for more than six seconds at a time, right?

Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton are lost deep in love—or at least that’s how it seemed after watching their joint performance on The Voice last night.

Stefani and Shelton wrote their first song together, “Go Ahead and Break My Heart,” and performed it Monday night on the show that brought them together. Shelton started the song alone on the stage, with Stefani joining him about 30 seconds in. Stefani, donning a nude mesh and sequin dress, strutted out next to Shelton, and the two proceeded to lock eyes and enter some sort of magical love trance.

Stefani and Shelton literally didn’t look at anyone but each other during the entire performance, which was about four minutes long. You know what they say about staring at someone for more than six seconds at a time, right? You either want to kill them or rip their clothes off.

Multiply the sentiment most applicable to this scenario by 40 and you get what it feels like to watch Stefani and Shelton perform live. Experience it for yourself here.