Following her inflight injury occurring traveling from Los Angeles to Las Vegas, Gwen Stefani was under strict doctor's orders to refrain from making public appearances that could result in more damage to her ruptured ear drum.
After the 47-year-old singer refrained from her scheduled performance at the 21st Keep Memory Alive Power of Love Gala, many fans were left wondering if she would be taking time off from NBC's The Voice.
“She’s getting better,” Stefani's boyfriend Blake Shelton shared on the red carpet prior to taping Monday night's episode of The Voice. “Something like that is just slow, when you pop-blow your eardrum out, I don’t even know how that happens. But, she says she can hear now.”
While the "Misery" singer has yet to give an update on her recovery via her social media accounts, she was all smiles at her sons' first communion this past weekend. Additionally, Shelton confirmed Stefani has been cleared to sing this week on NBC's singing competition series.
Glad to hear she's on the road to recovery! Be sure to catch her performance on The Voice tonight as well as check out the full interview below.
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