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Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton: She Feels Like A Cheerleader Dating The Star Quarterback

Mon, November 9, 2015 8:56pm EDT by Beth Shilliday 3 Comments

Gwen Stefani sure is having a ‘sweet escape’ with new boyfriend Blake Shelton. can EXCLUSIVELY report that she’s so giddy about their relationship, she feels like she’s back in high school again, as the cheerleader dating the All-American Quarterback!

Gwen Stefani, 46, is on cloud nine over her new romance with Blake Shelton, 39, and it’s making her feel like she’s found youthful love again. The Voice coach is so thrilled with her love life and can’t believe she’s found someone who makes her feel like she’s a head-over-heels schoolgirl. Read on for’s EXCLUSIVE details on how Gwen is loving every minute of her new relationship!

“Gwen can’t stop smiling right now. She’s so incredibly happy being with Blake. She’s always gone for these quirky musicians. She’s never dated someone so handsome and confident as him,” our source tells EXCLUSIVELY. “She feels like a giddy high school cheerleader dating the All American QB,” our source continues.

Indeed, Gwen’s two previous romances include her nearly 20 year relationship to singer Gavin Rossdale, 50, which resulted in a 13 year marriage and three kids. Before that she dated her No Doubt bandmate Tony Kanal, 45, for five years, so Gwen’s new to the world of dating again after almost a quarter of a century! It’s obviously so thrilling for her.

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Another source confirms to EXCLUSIVELY that “Gwen is in complete lovey dovey mode and treating the relationship like a high school relationship. She hasn’t dated in ages and all she wants to do is go on dates with Blake. Everything from going to the movies, parties and everything in between. She doesn’t want to leave his side, she is loving every minute of it.”

HollywoodLifers, are you going to start watching The Voice live shows to follow Gwen & Blake’s new romance? Let us know in the comments section below!

— Beth Shilliday, Reporting by Tim Plant and Russ Weakland