Blake Shelton And Adam Levine “At War” Backstage At ‘The Voice,’ Says Magazine
Blake Shelton and Adam Levine are not “at war” backstage at “The Voice” because the country singer supposedly hits on the Maroon 5 singer’s wife Behati Prinsloo, despite a new tabloid report. Gossip Cop is exclusively told that the story is simply “not true.”
According to the National Enquirer, Levine recently got fed up with Shelton’s supposed “crude come-ons and incessant flirting with Behati,” and “really lit into him.” A so-called “source” tells the tabloid Levine was “barking that maybe [Shelton] would still be married if he wasn’t always chasing skirts.”
The magazine’s supposed “source” also claims, as a result of repeated altercations during which Shelton and Levine were “in each other’s faces,” the entire crew is now nervous the two coaches will “come to blows if Blake doesn’t back off Behati.”
There’s no truth, however, to the Enquirer’s report. Gossip Cop is assured Levine and Shelton are as friendly can be. A source close to Shelton exclusively tells us there is absolutely no bad blood between the country star and Levine, nor is there anything else true about the tabloid’s ridiculous report. It’s all “not true,” says our impeccable insider.
Of course, Gossip Cop is not surprised the tabloid’s tale is made up. We’ve corrected the magazine several times in the past for trying to create a nonexistent feuds between the “Voice” coaches. Gossip Cop previously called out the Enquirer for a false report that alleged Shelton and Levine’s friendship fell apart after the country singer dropped Levine to hang out with Usher.