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It looks like Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani are one step closer to making it legal. TMZ reports the couple applied for their marriage license in Oklahoma on Tuesday, and insiders say they are getting hitched tomorrow. In Oklahoma couples have to marry within 10 days from the date the license is filed. Sources say the wedding is happening tomorrow in an outdoor chapel on Blake’s Oklahoma ranch. And it sounds like it’s going to be quite a bash with the sources saying the couple has lots of activities and celebrations planned for the weekend. Blake, Gwen and her sons reportedly flew to Oklahoma last week, and the couple had a private plane bring the rest of the guests to Oklahoma yesterday.
Blake Shelton gave a cover band the surprise of their life. In case you missed it, last month the Blake Shelton cover band Blake Nation was playing the singer’s Ole Red in Tishomingo, Oklahoma, when Blake decided to turn up. “To our complete and total surprise, Blake Shelton showed up before our show,” the band told Country Now, explaining they were in the green room when they heard a knock at the door. They said when they opened it, “we all hear a man say, ‘What kind of bullsh*t party is this?’ and in walked Blake Shelton,” noting, “For a brief moment, we were all in shock and frozen” The band said Blake was “very nice,” and David Newton (AKA Fake Blake) hit it off, noting, they got along “like they had been friends for years.” And Blake seemed to like their music, telling them, ““I like it when y’all play my music, it actually sounds like it should.”
NBC will once again ring in the Fourth of July celebration with “Macy’s Fourth of July Fireworks Spectacular,” and they’ve lined up a bunch of A-list stars to perform. This year’s lineup includes Blake Shelton, the Jonas Brothers, Reba McEntire, Coldplay, Black Pumas, and OneRepublic. Jonas Brothers are set to perform “Leave Before You Love Me” with Marshmello and the performance will feature a drone light show, with 350 drones honoring Team USA as they head to the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games. “Macy’s Fourth of July Fireworks Spectacular,” hosted by Ryan Eggold and Renée Elise Goldsberry, will kick of Sunday at 8 pm.