In the unpredictable times we're currently living in, when even the seemingly least susceptible and highly beloved couples have begun to go their separate ways (still reeling over Channing and Jenna Dewan Tatum's split), Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani's relationship is a shining beacon of #CoupleGoals hope. Proving that love isn't in fact dead, even in Hollywood (contrary to popular belief), this musically inclined duo has been beating the odds since November 2015, which essentially is equal to an eternity in celeb years. So with a romance of SUCH lengthy proportions, it's only natural to question whether we might be hearing wedding bells in the near future.
Thankfully, Shelton—deemed People's "Sexiest Man Alive" this past year (lucky Gwen)—read our minds. The "God Gave Me You" singer spilled the deets on his future with his Hollaback Girl to CMT's Cody Alan last Sunday.
"I think about it," Shelton said regarding whether a wedding would be in the cards. Although don't get your hopes up too quickly—the pair doesn't seem to be in any rush to tie the knot. "I don’t think it’s anytime soon or anything. The more time that goes by, I guess, the closer you’d be getting to that."
For Stefani, it seems the feeling is mutual as well. Last week, Ellen DeGeneres prompted the "Sweet Escape Singer" to open up about potentially walking down the aisle with her current beau. "I love weddings. The kids love him. Everybody loves him," Stefani confessed. When later told to keep marriage on the mind, Stefani added, "I do. I think about it all the time." Cue squeals of excitement.
While a Shelton-Stefani wedding might not be exactly around the corner, one fellow country star is just as enthusiastic about the potential nuptials as we are. Luke Bryan, a close friend of Shelton's, went so far as to offer his talents for the day of (whenever that may be). But, you won't find him serenading the couple with his vocals. Instead, Bryan told Entertainment Tonight last Sunday at the ACM Awards that he "would be honored to marry Blake and Gwen." With an officiant already at the ready, all this pair needs is a proposal and they'll be good to go!
Shelton was previously married to his high school sweetheart, Kaynette Williams, for three years, and fellow singer Miranda Lambert from 2011 to 2015. Stefani also wed Gavin Rossdale in 2002, but the pair—who share three sons—split in 2015.
TBH, we'll wait another 10+ years for Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani to officially take the plunge, as long as they continue feeding into all of our celebrity relationship hopes and dreams. Keep doin' you, lovebirds.