Uh, oh. Blake Shelton's wedding officiating skills may not be all that, he revealed Wednesday (Nov. 20) onThe Tonight Show With Jay Leno.
When Leno asked Shelton if he officiated at Kelly Clarkson's recent wedding, he said no. That's only because she decided to elope, but then Shelton said he has officiated at other wedding ceremonies.
"I have done this before. I married my sister, and I know that sounds weird. I'm from Oklahoma," he joked. "I've married several couples."
But when Leno asked him where he got the power to do so, Shelton gets a little concerned.
"Now that you say it, I'm not sure it's legal," he said. "I have one of those ordained ministry things off the Internet. And now that I'm talking about it out loud, I'm pretty sure maybe none of these were legal."
Considering all the family and business connections, it's probably a good thing he didn't handle Clarkson's wedding.
"My manager's married to Reba [McEntire], and then his son, who is also my manager, married Kelly," Shelton explained. "I just wanna make this seem as inbred as I possibly could."
He also talked about his own marriage to Miranda Lambert and how she was actually in Los Angeles that same day during a photo shoot for her next album.
"We're actually together, despite what you may read," he said.
Today's Hoda Kotb joined Shelton on Leno's couch later in the show, and they both admitted to having crushes on one another.
"I like me some Hoda," Shelton said. After watching her milk a goat he added, "I have a serious crush now."
And Kotb just flat-out said, "This is a real, authentic crush."
As if that was news to anyone who watches her on Today.
Turkey, dressing and cranberry sauce might be on the menu for the boys of Florida Georgia Line on Thanksgiving Day, but those dishes won't be enjoyed with the comforts of home this year.
Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley are working hard up in good ol' New York City and are pretty bummed not to be traveling back to Monroe, Ga., and Ormond Beach, Fla., respectively. But have no fear. They have a plan.
When you can't go home to be with your family, Hubbard says, you bring your family to you.
"My family has never even been to New York, so [it's a] very exciting time, and they're excited to see the city and [I'll] take 'em out to dinner and have a good time," he said.
There's certainly a lot for both guys and their families to celebrate and be thankful for -- multiplatinum success of "Cruise," CMA and American Music Awards, preparation for CMT Artists of the Year, more No. 1 hits, a successful headlining tour. The list goes on for these two.
The biggest excitement lined up for Thursday (Nov. 28) might be their appearance on the time-honored Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Then again, there are the exciting concerts and other TV appearances they have lined up as well. They will appear on NBC's Late Night With Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday night, then the big parade Thursday morning. They'll sing their new single, "Stay," on ABC's Good Morning America on Friday.
"It's gonna be a busy but fun time," Hubbard assures.
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