Miley Cyrus NOT Getting Relationship Advice From Blake Shelton And Gwen Stefani, Despite Report
Miley Cyrus is NOT getting advice on her relationship with Liam Hemsworth from Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani, despite a fabricated webloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this story. We’re told it’s “not true.”
Cyrus is a guest mentor on Season 11 of “The Voice,” and now, according to the repeatedly discredited HollywoodLife, the singer is confiding about her love life to the show’s coaches, Shelton and Stefani. A so-called “source” tells the webloid that the show “is not only going to be a great gig for Miley, but it also has been a great thing for her relationship with Liam.”
The site’s dubious insider further claims Cyrus seeks “advice in how to deal with her relationship ups and downs,” from her new co-stars, and has supposedly utilized Shelton and Stefani’s guidance to “make what she has with Liam even better.” But Gossip Cop checked in with a source close to the situation, who exclusively tells us the webloid’s claim is simply “not true.”
Here’s what’s really happening: HollywoodLies has written a slew of factually inaccurate stories about Cyrus when it mistakenly believed the singer was engaged to Hemsworth. Once it was revealed the site was, once again, wrong and churning out manufactured tales about Cyrus and her “fiance,” it needed a new angle. So what did the webloid do? It made up this latest piece of fiction about her getting relationship advice from Shelton and Stefani.
But it’s all lies. And Gossip Cop has repeatedly busted the unreliable site for fabricating stories about Cyrus, as well as Shelton and Stefani. We previously exposed the webloid for falsely alleging Cyrus was pregnant with Hemsworth’s baby. And Gossip Cop also recently refuted the blog’s concocted claim Shelton and Stefani were “battling trust issues.”