Gwen Stefani 'Tongue-Tied' On Marriage With Blake Shelton

Count Gwen Stefani as one of the most in love rock stars in the planet this year as she is obviously head over heels with country star Blake Shelton.

The couple first get together in November of 2015 and were also co-judges in the talent show "The Voice". According to, in an interview conducted by Ryan Seacrest last September 9, Stefani looked like everything was roses and butterflies until she was asked if wedding bells will be ringing anytime soon between the two. She then made an awkward laugh people were not expecting to hear.

The 46 year-old singer who rose to fame with the band No Doubt during the '90s, reportedly got tongue-tied in the said interview exclaiming an "I don't know! God, I don't know."

It can be recalled that some sources sent hints to US Weekly that Stefani and Shelton have already been setting some future plans together, even hiring a wedding planner.

This does not add up to her answer during her interview with Seacrest. However, she did generously give out mushy comments and stories about her 40 year-old new beau.

Stefani has previously tied the knot with Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale for 13 years before their big split. This could have inspired her to go for a little more low-key ceremony, if ever she will wed Shelton.

"I look at this year and I think: I just feel so awake. I feel so alive and grateful," the "Make Me Like You" singer explains. Sources told Us Weekly that the smitten couple could likely prefer to wed in Oklahoma, specifically in Blake's ranch.

Shelton also came from two marriages with fellow country singer Miranda Lambert and former road manager Kaynette Williams.

In's news, both Shelton and Stefani claimed to be each other's support during the difficult times in their lives.

Aside from Shelton, the mother of three boys shared that her breakthrough was brought about by her faith and her music. She adds, "I knew that for me, music was my gift, so I just turned to music."

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