Gwen Stefani’s No Doubt bandmates were not invited to the highly sought after wedding of Blake Shelton and Stefani. Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine was also not in attendance.
Over the weekend and after six years together, the country superstar, 45, and No Doubt singer, 51, tied the knot during an intimate ceremony in front of their closest family and friends on Saturday (July 3). The ceremony took place inside a chapel on Shelton’s ranch in Oklahoma, built exclusively for the superstar couple to say their “I Do’s.”
According to Perez Hilton, who reported that Stefani’s No Doubt bandmates, Tom Dumont, Tony Kanal and Adrian Young, were not invited to her and Shelton’s Oklahoma wedding ceremony, which took place on Saturday, July 3.
“I’ve had it exclusively confirmed that Gwen Stefani did not invite any of her No Doubt band members to her wedding to Blake Shelton in Oklahoma,” Hilton said in a recent YouTube video. “And it was not a small wedding, there was a lot of people there.”
See the aforementioned clip from Hilton below.
In addition to Stefani’s No Doubt bandmates, Levine also was not in attendance at the Oklahoma.
Page Six reported that the former coach of NBC’s The Voice was in Miami recording new music and spending time with his wife, Behati Prinsloo, and their daughter doing yoga. It’s unclear if he was or wasn’t invited to the wedding but it has been confirmed by Page Six that he did appear the couple’s nuptials.
Aside from the superstar’s who were getting married, Shelton & Stefani, the only other celebrity guests who appeared at their wedding was Jimmy Fallon and Carson Daly, who was “honored” to be on-site to officiate the ceremony.
In fact, the ceremony only included 40 guests, which were Shelton and Stefani’s closest relatives and friends.
This is Stefani’s second marriage following her high-profile marriage to BUSH frontman Gavin Rossdale and Shelton’s third marriage. The “Minimum Wage” singer was previously married to Miranda Lambert and Kaynette Gern.
Shelton and Stefani got engaged back in late October 2020 in Shelton’s hometown of Oklahoma. They first met as coaches on NBC’s The Voice in 2014, following both of their public breakups. The superstar couple began dating in November 2015, just a year after working together as coaches on The Voice.
The couple has gone on to release four duets together throughout their relationship thus far, including “Nobody But You,” “Happy Anywhere” and more.