Before Miranda Lambert came along, Blake Shelton was a wild one, stirring up the country scene in any way that he could. The country music star (and 'The Voice' coach) opened up to US Weekly about how his "rock," aka his loving wife, has changed him -- for the better.

"I was a single male country singer raising hell, going out after concerts to bars and drinking and doing whatever I wanted," Shelton remembers. "And why the hell not? I wouldn't take it back, either."

Now that he's married, Lambert is beginning to tame the 'Honey Bee' hitmaker and help him "grow into a normal, adult routine."

"I grew tried of going out drinking until 7AM and then waking up at noon and eating pizza," Shelton admits. "Now if I want to go drinking, I only want to sit at the house with Miranda watching 'Snapped' on TV at home."

Shelton, ever the jokester, is serious about one thing in his life, and that's his undying love for his wife who keeps him stable. "It's crazy because even if I'm just out on her bus while she's on the road or watching her do her shows, I'm 100 percent comfortable because she is there," he says. "She really is that rock for me and the center of all of this."

At 35, even Shelton can admit that those days of partying and staying out all night are long over, not only because of his 'White Liar' lady, but because he's simply too old to hang like he used to. He jokes, "Man, I don't know where in the hell I got the energy! I'm getting old now, and my hair's going gray."

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