Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani might be seeing a little less of each other now that "The Voice" Season 9 has wrapped up, but their relationship will remain unchanged. It doesn't appear that there will be wedding bells in the near future, as reports suggest the two are taking things slow and steady.

According to People, "there's no pressure" in their relationship with one another. Both singers have gone through divorces this year and it appears they're not going to rush into things.

"They've been able to support and relate to each other and have gotten through a very difficult and now triumphant time in their lives," a source dished to People.

While the two see where things go, the couple won't be spending time with each other on the next season of "The Voice."Stefani will be replaced by former coach Christina Aguilera for Season 10, according to E! Online. During a press conference for "The Voice" season finale, Shelton, 39, was pushing for Stefani, 46, to return to the show either next year as a fifth judge for Season 10 or for Season 11.

The report the two are taking things slow comes days after it was rumored that Shelton was ready to purpose to the "Don't Speak" singer. However, Stefani's rep shot down the story to Gossip Cop saying it was "untrue."

Shelton and Stefani have been dodging questions about their relationship when asked, but they've been photographed kissing in public in recent weeks. Stefani has also shared photos on Twitter of the "Sangria" singer jokingly biting her shoulder.

This summer, Stefani announced her divorce from Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale after they were married for 13 years. Shelton and country singer Miranda Lambert also went through a divorce this summer following four years of marriage.