A recent OK magazine report claimed that Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton will tie the knot on 5 May, 2017. The Magazine went as far as publishing their alleged wedding invitation on their cover.

However, Gossip Cop has debunked the report and revealed the wedding invite is fake and that the couple are not getting married at Good Shepard's church in Beverly Hills. A source has confirmed to the debunking website that the wedding invite is not real and rest of the details about these alleged nuptials are made up.

The OK magazine report also claimed that Blake and Gwen were planning a "star-studded guest list" for their alleged $3m (£2.41) nuptials. The celebrities invited to their alleged May wedding, includes Adam Levine, Pharrell Williams, Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox and others.

While rumours about their alleged marriage have been swirling for some time now, but in reality, the couple isn't even engaged yet. While appearing on a radio show with Ryan Seacrest, the country singer was asked about marriage plans with boyfriend Shelton.

"I don't know! God, I don't know. Everything is going so quickly," the mother-of-three told the host on the prospect of her re-marriage. "I'm in the moment and um — Look at me! You got me tongue-tied," she awkwardly added.

Previously, in an interview with Glamour magazine, Stefani opened up about her divorce from Gavin Rossdale. "I don't think you'll talk to one person who didn't make it in a marriage who's not gonna feel that way."

She said, "The intention of being married is the vow, right? You want to put everything into it to make it a success. All I had to look at was the huge success of my parents: They just had their fiftieth anniversary."

The 47-year-old singer also spoke about finding new love and admitted, "Sometimes to be woken up again in life, you need to go through some really bad, hard times. I feel like I got woken up this year."