THE Voice judge Blake Shelton has revealed he is leaving wedding planning to his wife-to-be Gwen Stefani as he is "classless".

The 44-year-old country singer admitted that he would serve French fries at the nuptials should his fiancée, 51, leave the important decisions up to him.

In an interview with USA Today, Blake joked he would be leaving it to the pros, including pop singer Gwen, to avoid having a "classless wedding".

"If I was picking our meal, it would just literally be everything fried," he joked. "French fries, chicken tenders, you know, all of that stuff.

"I think [Gwen] knows it would be a pretty classless wedding if I was in control. I want her to do all of that stuff because it's going to be great."

The star detailed how his future wife had been "mindful" in the process to not totally take over, despite admitting she was having "a blast" planning it.

Blake and Gwen became coworkers when they both sat on the panel of the seventh series of NBC's singing competition The Voice in 2014.

A year, later, when both of their hearts were broken from their divorces, that sparks through and they began a romantic relationship.

In 2015, the Hollaback Girl hitmaker split from Gavin Rossdale after 20 years together, weeks after Blake and his ex-wife Miranda Lambert finalised their divorce after a four-year marriage.

Last year, the country singer proposed at his ranch in Oklahoma, where the couple spent the majority of the coronavirus lockdown period together.


They announced their engagement, which happened in attendance of Gwen's children Kingston, 14, Zuma, 12, Apollo, 7, last October.

A source previously told PEOPLE that the couple want to tie the knot quickly, as they are "ready to get married" after a short engagement.

"This won't be a long engagement. There is a reason why Blake proposed now," the insider revealed. "They are both ready to get married."

"They don't want a huge wedding. They want their family and close friends to attend and that's it."

Last month, Gwen herself opened up about the big day, virtually telling the Late Night With Seth Meyers show that she is yet to pick a wedding singer.

Joking she hoped close friend and fellow Voice coach Adam Levine would be up for it, she said: "I definitely would love to have Adam sing at our wedding."

However, the former No Doubt band member said said she felt like they may ditch the wedding band for a "playlist" as part of their "simple" day.

She doesn't want dozens of celebrity faced in attendance, either, as she revealed it will likely "just be family".

"It's gonna be like, my mom and my dad and just literally gonna be just family," she explained. "We are looking forward to that though. It's gonna be fun."

"But it's not gonna be a big, like, you know, it's not like the queen and king are getting married or something," Stefani added.

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