Did Gwen Stefani FINALLY just admit that things are heating up between her and Blake Shelton!? In a new interview, the singer says her fellow ‘The Voice’ coach is ‘hot,’ and kept mysteriously tight-lipped on the status of their relationship. Watch here!
Gwen Stefani is making her thoughts on cowboy Blake Shelton clear — she thinks he is SUPER hot! The singer was grilled about her rumored romance with the country star during an interview with Ryan Seacrest on Nov. 3. Find out what she said here!
When asked about her fellow The Voice coach, the No Doubt frontwoman remained very coy. “Who’s Blake?” she joked. Ryan wasn’t going to let her get away that easy, though, and flat-out asked if the rumors of their relationship are true. “I’m not going to answer that right now, Ryan,” she said, with a smile. “I think I’ve given up enough of myself this morning to you.”
But she didn’t end the conversation without adding one major zinger that might just be a tell-tale sign about where they stand: “But I think he’s hot, don’t you?” she questioned. Ummm….yes, we totally do, Gwen — but does this actually mean these two are an item?! Or, with the Live Playoffs coming up on The Voice, is this a massive publicity stunt?
Interestingly, Blake and Gwen both split from their spouses, Miranda Lambert and Gavin Rossdale, over the summer. “It is kind of crazy, like, we both went through the same thing at the same time,” the “Used To Love You” singer admitted. Almost immediately, rumors spread that their respective breakups led them right into one another’s arms on set, and these days, there’s more fuel behind those reports than ever.
Not only do the rumored couple act super flirty with one-another on The Voice episodes that are currently airing — they taped over the summer — but they were spotted getting very handsy with one another while celebrating Halloween over the weekend. Seriously, what is the deal here?! It will certainly be interesting to see what happens when the show goes live Nov. 9!
HollywoodLifers, do you think Blake and Gwen are the real deal? Or is this all for publicity?
— Alyssa Norwin