Blake Shelton appeared on "Late Night With Seth Meyers" on Thursday and revealed who he would like to perform at his and Gwen Stefani's wedding ceremony.
Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani announced their engagement in October, but it does not look like they will be engaged for a long time as they are stepping up plans for their wedding.
Shelton appeared on "Late Night With Seth Meyers," where he revealed one of those wedding plans. The country singer shed light on who he would like to perform on his and Stefani's big day.
"The Voice" coach said he has been doing the show ("The Voice") for a long time and feels like he has a lot of favors out there. He then said his former nemesis on the show, Adam Levine, would have to get his band, "Maroon 5" together to come and perform at his wedding.
Shelton joked that Levine might not like to perform at his wedding before saying he has already watched a video where "Maroon 5" crashed a wedding, in reference to the band's video for "Sugar."
Shelton further said Levine owed him a lot for putting up with him on "The Voice" over the years. Hence he feels he and Stefani can get the "Girls Like You" crooner to come and be their wedding band. In his typical fashion, Shelton did not shy away from making fun of Levine and his band.
Stefani said she would want her parents to attend her wedding, no matter what.
He said their music is boring and would not distract from the festivities and the reception, while Meyers suggested the band could perform in a separate barn people could come and relax.
Stefani has also been speaking about her and Shelton's wedding plans. On Monday, the singer talked to Ryan Seacrest on his radio show, "On Air with Ryan Seacrest."
During the chat, she gushed about her and Shelton's relationship, saying they are meant to be together. She also spoke about their wedding plans and said she would want the ceremony not to be a COVID-19 situation.
Stefani said she would want her parents to attend her wedding, no matter what. She further noted that even if guests were reduced to just family members, it would still be too many people for the pandemic before adding that they would see what would happen in the next few months.
Last month a source told People about Shelton and Stefani's wedding plans, revealing neither of them wants a big wedding and that the wedding would likely center around a small group of family and friends and would happen sooner rather than later.
The sweet couple's fans continue to wait for an official announcement about their wedding plans, which seems like it would happen any time soon. It is only a matter of time.