Gwen Stefani asks Ellen DeGeneres s to be her maid of honour

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Singer Gwen Stefani arrives at the 57th GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center. Photographed by Jon Kopaloff
Singer Gwen Stefani arrives at the 57th GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center. Photographed by Jon Kopaloff
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The ‘Note Out’ rocker who is set to tie the knot with The Voice co-star Blake Shelton appeared on the daytime talk show host’s programme and seemed to have something in mind for her big day.

After Ellen asked if Gwen had anything she could do for the ceremony, she replied, “I was thinking about that a lot, and I was picturing like a mauve bridesmaid. Maybe Maid of Honour, you know? We can put some extensions in, and we can make it a full flower arrangement. All that stuff.”

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DeGeneres, in return, replied that she’d be happy to be a part of the wedding. “You just tell me the time, and the place and I will be there. I don’t mind doing any of that for you because you’re my friend and anything you ask, I will wear. I will put extensions in my hair. Anything at all. That’s how much I love you, Gwen,” DeGeneres added.

Stefani and Shelton announced they were engaged in October last year and while they haven't revealed all the details to their big day, former Voice coach Miley Cyrus asked to be their wedding singer.

"@gwenstefani @blakeshelton I'll be your wedding singer!" Cyrus wrote on Twitter in January. "I promise to be on my best behavior. Or worst. whatever you want! It's your special day! Cheers to loving you both almost as much as you love each other!"

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