Title: David Foster Goes “Off The Record” With His New Documentary | Celebrity Page

US Weekly's Christina Garibaldi is shares the scoop on what Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton's wedding will entail and reveals how David Foster felt about opening up for his Netflix documentary.


Blake Shelton & Gwen Stefani's Wedding Plans

After dating speculations began in November of 2015, Stefani and Shelton have recently made their relationship public. The couple is ready to take their relationship to the next step by revealing their intentions of getting married this year. Their ideal date was set for either July or August but the two are being very cautious due to the pandemic, and are open to have the wedding in the fall.

The couple is also planning on having two ceremonies, one in Los Angeles and one in Oklahoma. According to US Weekly, a source shared details on this decision:

"Oklahoma gives the couple more privacy and the possibilities are endless for a wedding reception people will talk about for years."

Even with all the uncertainty of COVID-19, one thing is for sure and that is the love the couple has for one another. The two are committed to each other and consider themselves soulmates.

'David Foster: Off The Record'

A revealing and personal documentary, David Foster: Off The Record, forced Foster to reflect on himself and open up. He shares how the vulnerability he felt was very hard for him, since he has never really done it before. In an exclusive statement with US Weekly, Foster tells all by revealing details about his marriage with Katharine McPhee:

"She's opinionated, super-talented, and along with that super-talent comes a big brain, and she's got a lot to say. It's challenging, but in the best way possible."

Although Foster got candid for the documentary, he will not be speaking on his past marriage with Yolanda Hadid. However, after many rumors of the two splitting due to Hadid's diagnosis of Lyme Disease back in 2017, Foster set the record straight by denying the false accusations. Foster goes on by mentioning in his documentary that he will never reveal why the two split up:

"How can I leave a sick woman? The fact of the matter is, that is not the reason why I left. It was for a different reason, which I will never disclose, but it had nothing to do with her being sick."
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