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Blake Shelton had good intentions in ‘Doin’ What She Likes’ video

Blake Shelton adds his humor to new video
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On February 14, Blake Shelton premiered the video for his latest song “Doin’ What She Likes.” The video debuted on Blake Shelton’s website and YouTube and received over 200,000 views in its first day.

As the viewer gets wrapped up in the video it seems like a really sweet romantic story, but [spoiler alert] the comedic ending tells a completely different tale. Blake Shelton offers to cook dinner at home for his wife, Miranda Lambert. Miranda, whose voice is heard on the phone, appreciates the romantic gesture.

Well, not only does Blake set out to make dinner, but he decides to make their evening an entire romantic experience. Once the dinner is underway, he’s seen spreading rose petals throughout the house, running a warm bath for his sweetheart, lighting candles, cleaning up the living room and generally being a dream date. Just as everything looks like it will turn out perfectly, the fire trucks are called and Miranda Lambert has no idea that the beautiful evening planned for her has now taken a terrible turn.

In this video, Blake Shelton sums up the two-steps-forward-and-three-steps-back feeling that guys are sometimes up against when trying to plan something nice for their ladies. Now, most guys may not set the house on fire, but they can probably relate to the feeling of having something start out so well, but turn out to be disastrous.

Leave it to Blake Shelton to infuse his humor into even a romantic song like “Doin’ What She Likes.” Then again, it is his goofiness that endears him to so many fans. Fans can check out the new video on Blake’s site, and tune in for more of Blake Shelton’s crazy antics when Season 6 of The Voice premieres on NBC on February 24.

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