Shelton, Stefani tie the knot
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Shelton, Stefani tie the knot

Tuesday, July 6, 2021 – Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani tied the knot on Saturday in Shelton's hometown of Tishimongo, Okla.

"dreams do come true !!! ❤️🙏🏻 @blakeshelton i love you," Stefani posted on Instagram. Stefani also posted several pictures of the festivities.

The Voice host Carson Daly officiated the wedding of the singers, who met on The Voice. They announced their engagement on Oct. 27, 2020 after five years of dating.

Stefani, who has enjoyed a solo career and lead singer of No Doubt, and Shelton have recorded songs together including the hit "Happy Anywhere," "Nobody But You" and "You Make It Feel Like Christmas."

This was the third marriage for Shelton, who previously was married to Miranda Lambert. Stefani married for the second time previously married to Bush lead singer Gavin Rossdale.

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