Gwen Stefani And Blake Shelton Caught Having Sex At “The Voice” Wrap Party?!
Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton were NOT caught having sex at “The Voice” wrap party, despite an outrageous new report. Gossip Cop can debunk the story, which seeks to be more titillating than accurate.
According to the National Enquirer, Stefani and Shelton were “caught in the act of ‘coaching’ each other through a sneaky, sizzling session of potty hanky-panky on steroids” in a bathroom where “The Voice” wrap party was held. Never once giving the name of the establishment or even the date of the event, the supermarket tabloid alleges the couple was “gropin’ and gaspin’ as garments flew hither and thither” when a “shocked insider strolled into the unlocked jane’s john.”
A so-called “source” claims, “Gwen and Blake were so turned on — and so caught up in the moment — they didn’t even notice this bewildered show staffer suddenly standing there dumbstruck, frozen in shock!” The outlet’s tipster continues, “This was NOT mere huggy-kissy — the pair were beyond get-a-damn-room time, performing ultra-naughty no-no’s as clothes peeled off!”
And that’s not all. The magazine’s supposed “source” goes on to allege the accidental witness “ran like hell… and immediately ran her potty mouth, tattling to half the staff what she’d just spy-yai-yai-ed!” Sigh. It’s pieces like this that make Gossip Cop think the National Enquirer writers missed their calling as novelists.
Because this fictional tale is nothing more than tabloid fantasy. In addition to leaving out the aforementioned critical details of when and where, there’s other reasons to be suspicious of this report. For instance, “The Voice” finale after-party took place way back on December 15, and yet the tabloid is only spilling on these alleged steamy shenanigans in its new issue this week?
Furthermore, what “Voice” staffer would humiliate Shelton and Stefani by sharing what she supposedly saw with other co-workers? Clearly, the only “ultra-naughty” “hanky-panky” going on is in the offices of the National Enquirer, where the truth takes a backseat to sensationalism.