Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton
Gwen Stefani denies that she and Blake Shelton are talking about getting married. Pictured: Gwen at KIIS FM’s Wango Tango in Carson, California on May 14, 2016. Getty Images

Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton are not headed down the aisle anytime soon. The “Make Me Like You” singer dismissed rumors that she and her beau are talking about getting married and having kids.

In a radio interview on “The Tommy Show” Wednesday, Stefani laughed off the reports saying that she and Shelton are taking things “one day at a time.” She added, “Everything’s crazy right now, so no, absolutely not.”

The 46-year-old singer said she does Google her name from time to time and finds the gossip stories about her personal life to be pretty funny. “Can you imagine the amount of gossipy, weird stories people make up? To me, it makes me laugh every day,” she said. “It’s gotten so out of control. The best part about it is it’s hilarious. The worst part about it is that some people actually believe that stuff. Like, that is what’s funny.”

Earlier this week, Us Weekly reported that Stefani and Shelton had already started talking about “their future together,” even though they’ve been dating less than a year. “They say things like, ‘When we get married…’ all the time,” a family source close to Stefani told the outlet. Another insider added that the No Doubt singer is also eager to start a family with Shelton. “Gwen says she wants to give Blake his own kid,” her friend said. “She wants a girl!”

There were also rumors that the couple’s wedding planning was on hold because of a “prenup battle.” According to OK! magazine, Stefani is determined to protect herself this time around after going through a devastating split from her ex-husband, Gavin Rossdale. “Before Gwen agrees to marry Blake, she’s insisting on a prenup, which states that ‘they’ll keep whatever they went into the marriage with and any projects they do together will be evenly split,’” the magazine reported. “She also wants a so-called ‘cheating penalty’ — to the tune of $3 million.”