Gwen Stefani is really embracing Nashville these days!
After a whirlwind trip to Music City with her new boyfriend Blake Shelton, Stefani finds herself seated next to another high-profile country star at the 2015 American Music Awards on Sunday: Luke Bryan.
ET was inside the Microsoft Theater at L.A. Live on Thursday, where preparations for the big ceremony are already well underway and the seating arrangements have been set. Bryan and Stefani will sit together front and center, with Little Big Town directly behind them and Macklemore seated just a few feet to their left.
There was no placecard set for Shelton on Thursday and with no nominations this year, it's not clear whether the "Gonna" singer will be on-hand for Sunday's event. If he does attend, it would be as Stefani's plus-one.
Shelton's ex-wife, Miranda Lambert, is nominated for Favorite Country Female Artist alongside Carrie Underwood and Kelsea Ballerini, though it’s not clear whether she will be in attendance. Underwood and Ballerini will definitely be there, performing and presenting during the ceremony, respectively.
Elsewhere in the front row, Justin Bieber finds himself stationed right next to Ariana Grande, with her brother, Frankie Grande, behind them. Next to Frankie: Bieber's "Where R U Now?" collaborators, Diplo and Skrillex.
It looks like Bieber will be keeping a safe distance from ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez, who is seated an entire section away from the Biebs -- but still in the front row. By her side: the guys of One Direction.
But what about Gomez's BFF Taylor Swift, who famously split from 1D's Harry Styles and is now dating Calvin Harris?
Though Swift is nominated for six awards at this year's ceremony (more than any other artist!) she has yet to be confirmed as a performer, presenter, or even attendee. However, something tells us Swift won't miss the big night -- she's on a brief break from her 1989 World Tour, which picks back up on Nov. 28 in Sydney, Australia.
Harris is also nominated for an AMA this year in the Favorite EDM Artist category.