Gwen Stefani is happily in love again, thanks to boyfriend Blake Shelton.
But ask her if she'll ever walk down the aisle again and the singer bursts into nervous laughter.
"I don't know! God, I don't know!" a giggling Stefani said during a live radio interview with Ryan Seacrest on Friday.
"Everything is going so quickly. I'm in the moment and um —," Stefani said, stumbling over her words. "Look at me! You got me tongue-tied!"
The 46-year-old pop singer opened up to Seacrest about finding love with her fellow "Voice" judge after the painful end of her 13-year marriage to Bush singer Gavin Rossdale.
"I look at this year and I think: I just feel so awake. I feel so alive and so grateful," Stefani said.
Though the nearly yearlong romance has helped to heal her broken heart, Stefani said it was her faith, and her music, that kept her going through the difficult days of her divorce.
"I knew that for me, music was my gift so I just turned to music," said the singer. "Once I did that — once I did something positive, that's when I was kind of off the ground."
"I'm not saying it was easy because there was a long, long period before I even went to the studio that was like torture and I didn't know what to do," Stefani revealed.
The studio proved to be therapeutic. Stefani wrote about her split from Rossdale — the father of her sons, Kingston, 10, Zuma, 8, and Apollo, 2 — on her critically acclaimed third solo album, "This Is What The Truth Feels Like," released in March.
The singer, who's currently touring in support of the album, said life now, both personally and professionally, is "full of so much joy (and) so much gratitude."
"Everything happens how it should, and everyone has a journey that they're on," she said. "I had to go through that."