Gwen Stefani needed fan help

Gwen Stefani begged her Twitter followers to help her watch Blake Shelton on TV.

The 46-year-old singer is currently in Tokyo, for a gig so was unable to join her boyfriend at the Kids' Choice Awards last night (12.03.16) so appealed to her fans in Japan to suggest ways she'd be able to see the country singer hosting the show.

She tweeted: "Can I watch @AllThingsKCAs here in Japan? Help me? (sic)"

A short while later, alongside a string of sad face and crying emojis, she wrote: "Trying to stream @AllThingsKCAs in Japan ????!!!

"Where r my Japanese fans? Help me stream @AllThingsKCAs.(sic)"

But the 'Used to Love You' singer finally found a way of watching - by Facetiming her two-year-old son Apollo, who was in the audience at the Forum in Inglewood, California.

Responding to a fan who had spotted the youngster on TV, she wrote: "ha!!!! That's me on FaceTime from Japan!! Wow that is funny! Gx (sic)"

Ahead of the show, Blake admitted he liked Gwen - who also has sons Kingston, nine, and Zuma, seven, with ex-husband Gavin Rossdale - "a lot".

Checking out the "artists canvas wall" and pointing out various stars' work, the 39-year-old crooner said: "There's No Doubt. I like those guys a lot. One of 'em a lot."

Topics:  bang showbiz gwen stefani

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