Gwen Stefani Discusses Her Allegedly Postponed Wedding To Blake Shelton On ‘Today’

Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton attend the 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards.
Emma McIntyre / Getty Images

Gwen Stefani is one busy lady these days. The singer will be returning as a judge on The Voice October 19 and did an interview with Hoda Kotb and Carson Daly on Today to promote the new season.

The “Make Me Like You” songstress will join boyfriend Blake Shelton on the show’s 19th season. Kotb admitted she googled “Gwen and Blake” prior to the interview to see what would come up. One of the results was about their alleged wedding that had been called off.

“So, what’s happening with the wedding?” Kotb asked.

“Oh, that’s a really good question,” the 51-year-old said while laughing.

“Well, the good news is that we still like each other a lot. That’s good. I don’t know. We’ll see what happens, you know what I’m saying?”

Daly stated the celebrity couple is often talked about in the tabloids, mentioning he sees headlines about the duo’s relationship when “at the market.” The 47-year-old admitted he takes pictures of the magazines and sends them to Shelton.

“The stuff that they write about you guys is unbelievable,” Daly remarked.

Mistaking Stefani and Shelton as a married couple is nothing new for the pair. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Dua Lipa made the error in August when interviewing Stefani on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Singer Gwen Stefani and recording artist Blake Shelton attend the grand opening of her "Gwen Stefani - Just a Girl" residency at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino on June 28, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
  Ethan Miller / Getty Images

Despite being very public about their relationship, Stefani and Shelton have never publicly confirmed an engagement or discussed any wedding plans.

Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, production for The Voice had to be modified.

The mom of three expressed it didn’t feel as weird as she thought it would, explaining everybody was even more grateful to be there because they were able to work.

“I think it felt a little bit more, like the reality part of it, felt even more real because there wasn’t a lot of people around. It felt like it was just us, so you didn’t feel the audience or the cameras or anything. It felt just super natural.”

Stefani rose to fame as the lead singer of the ’90s punk-ska band No Doubt. The group’s iconic breakthrough album, Tragic Kingdom, celebrated its 25th anniversary on October 10. During the build up to the anniversary, fans had been wondering whether Stefani would be reuniting with her bandmates. However, guitarist Tom Dumont put the rumors to rest and insisted it is unlikely that a reunion will happen, despite him wanting to do one more tour.