Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton Wedding Invitation Still NOT Real, Despite Report
Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton have not printed invitations for a wedding in Beverly Hills next Spring, despite yet another wrong report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this claim. We’re told it’s still untrue.
“Beverly Hills Bride,” reads a headline in this week’s Star, which claims the couple has set their wedding plans “in stone,” and are ready to walk down the aisle next May 5. “Blake suggested having the wedding at his new lakeside home in Oklahoma, or at his Nashville estate,” alleges the magazine’s so-called insider, adding, “but Gwen nixed both ideas.” The pair “finally settled” on the “Church of the Good Shepherd in Beverly Hills, which is just around the corner from Rodeo Drive” contends the magazine’s supposed source.
So, how does the tabloid know for certain that the wedding will take place on May 5 in Beverly Hills at the Church of the Good Shepherd? Well, in addition to claiming Stefani is “paying for everything” involved with the alleged $3 million nuptials to be attended by 400 of their closest friends, including the likes of Adam Levine, Jennifer Aniston and Katy Perry, the magazine says it has seen the “gorgeous invitation” for the wedding. Really?
That’s interesting, because Shelton and Stefani have not printed up that invitation. In fact, Gossip Cop already debunk that untrue claim a few days ago. Still, Stefani’s own rep exclusively assures us the invite is a fake, as are the alleged wedding details. Of course, Gossip Cop is not surprised by the falsity of the story, considering it came from the same magazine we busted when it wrongly reported in August Stefani’s wedding to Shelton would take place in October. When that didn’t happen last month, the tabloids clearly went back to the drawing board.