Love abounds in Nashville.
The Voice mentors Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani spent the weekend in Tennessee to watch Shelton's stylist Amanda Craig marry Joel Borski at The Loveless Barn Saturday night. Shelton, 39, served as one of Borski's groomsmen, while Stefani, 46, attended as her boyfriend's guest. Pop star Kelly Clarkson and country singer/The Voice alum RaeLynn also attended the wedding. Guests shared photos from the ceremony and reception using the hashtag #BringOntheBorskis. Stefani no doubt impressed Craig with her stylish ensemble, which consisted of a mesh dress laid over black undergarments. Shelton, meanwhile, accessorized his suit with a pocket square.
The night before the wedding, Shelton and Stefani were "all over each other" at O'Charley's restaurant and bar in Nashville. "They were there over an hour," a source told E! News exclusively of the A-list couple. "No one bothered them. They sat in the back corner by the bar."
Shelton and Stefani were last in Nashville just before Christmas to celebrate RaeLynn's engagement to her fiancé, Josh Davis, with an ugly sweater party planned by Craig and Shelton.
The new couple often travels together, in fact. After spending Christmas together in Shelton's home state of Oklahoma, they attended an Arizona Cardinals game in Glendale, Az., visited Stefani's hometown of Anaheim, Calif., and even went on a wine tasting adventure in Buellton, Calif.
Since they were first linked in late October, neither Shelton nor Stefani has hidden the fact that they're a couple. Still, the musicians are understandably reticent to discuss the ins and outs of their relationship with the press. In fact, when Stefani called San Diego's Frankie and Geena Morning Show on Channel 933 in early November, the "Used to Love You" singer balked at the mention of her "new relationship" with Shelton.
"Wow, that's really personal," she said at the time. "This is what I'll say about that: I never said nothin' about being in a new relationship. I don't know who said that but somebody did, and then my kid came in last night to tell me about it. That's how crazy my life is. People can just say whatever they want and then they can just believe it. My truth is 'Used to Love You,' that's the song. That's what I said and I feel really fine about sharing that, and I feel honored to share it. But, I mean, all the other stuff is just craziness. I mean, literally craziness. Hilarious. Hilarious!"