Blake Shelton Did NOT Dump Gwen Stefani Over “Secret Diary,” Despite Report
According to the National Enquirer, “it’s over” for Shelton and Stefani. The supermarket tabloid claims the couple is “through just four months in after Blake ‘spied’ Gwen’s diary!” The outlet goes on to allege they “split after Blake’s peepers got the lowdown on Gwen’s secret inner feelings.”
“Blake was furious with what she wrote about him,” a so-called “spy” is quoted as saying. The magazine claims to have “obtained a copy of some of Gwen’s diary writings,” and notes it includes such “buzzwords” as “Misery,” “Red Flag,” “Used To Love You,” and “Me Without You.” A “nationally recognized handwriting expert” is even cited as speculating as to what Stefani’s “diary” may be referring.
Allow Gossip Cop to tell you: They are song titles from her upcoming album. And the National Enquirer didn’t “obtain” them. Stefani shared the piece of paper in question herself, posting it on Instagram for the world to see (see below).
Shelton didn’t find any “secret journal,” and he certainly didn’t break up with Stefani over the names of her new songs. In fact, the couple made their first red carpet appearance together on Sunday at the Vanity Fair Oscar party (see above). The National Enquirer likely knew all along what the writings were and that there was no split, but concocted one to get out of its previous reports about Shelton proposing.
Now Gossip Cop looks forward to seeing how the tabloid handles its new mess. As usual, we’ll be here to clean it up.