Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton's awkward blind date: best Twitter reactions over hilarious Super Bowl ad

The couple poke fun at their relationship

Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton might be getting ready to tie the knot, but ahead of their big day, the A-list stars took part in a hilarious skit during Super Bowl, where they poked fun at their relationship.

Much to the delight of their fans, the lovebirds gave the world a glimpse into their romance, with Gwen hinting it wasn't love at first sight when she met her country crooner fiancé.

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WATCH: Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton's awkward blind date for Super Bowl

In the funny commercial for T-Mobile, fellow Voice judge Adam Levine played matchmaker as he tried to set them up. "I think I'm ready to start dating again," the No Doubt singer told the Maroon 5 frontman.

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"I'm sick of LA guys. I want someone completely different, maybe from another country, and someone cultured and sensitive, who's not threatened by a strong, confident woman."

Moments later, the clip panned to Gwen at a dinner table with Blake then turning up. "Oh my god. Hilarious, right? I mean... no," she told him. "What do you mean?" asked the musician. She then said: "Are you wearing spurs? Did you ride a horse here?"

The couple got engaged in October

Upon seeing the advert, fans of the couple rushed to post their thoughts - with one writing: "As far as I'm concerned that is exactly how Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton got together."

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Another said: "There's no way a commercial with Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton and Adam Levine actually made me laugh..." A third post read: "Next year's halftime show should be Gwen and Blake. Just sayin." [sic]

However, some thought the commercial meant they broke up. "I was confused for a second because I thought @TMobile was announcing the break up of Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton. #SuperBowl," the tweet read. Another remarked: "I thought Gwen and Blake broke up for a second. Rolling on the floor laughing."

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