Gwen Stefani “Worried” About Kelly Clarkson Joining Blake Shelton On ‘The Voice’ Is Fake News

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By Andrew Shuster

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A new report speculates that Gwen Stefani is “worried” about Kelly Clarkson joining Blake Shelton as a coach on “The Voice.” Gossip Cop looked into the claim, and we can debunk this fake news story.

Shelton and Clarkson announced during a Facebook Live chat last week that the “American Idol” alum will be a coach on Season 14 of NBC’s reality singing competition. The two musicians weren’t in the same room when they broke the big news, but were instead talking to each other via FaceTime. Celeb Dirty Laundry has now come up with the absurd theory that Stefani was “nervous about” their FaceTime session because she doesn’t want to pair getting too friendly.

The repeatedly discredited site goes on to say that Stefani and Shelton used to FaceTime constantly when they first started dating, but now “it looks like he has replaced his FaceTiming sessions with Gwen for Kelly.” Of course, this “FaceTiming session” wasn’t a private conversation, but was broadcast on Facebook for the entire world to watch.

Regardless of how ridiculous this all sounds, Gossip Cop still checked in with a trustworthy source close to the situation, who exclusively assures us Stefani isn’t concerned about Clarkson working alongside her boyfriend. Unfortunately, CDL has repeatedly published bogus stories about the couple’s relationship, so this latest piece of fiction comes as no surprise.

Gossip Cop recently busted the webloid for wrongly reporting that Shelton is “humiliated” by Stefani talking about their relationship in interviews. We also called out the site for its phony story about Shelton turning Stefani into a country singer. Those articles were completely unfounded, and the same goes for this latest one.

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