Miranda Lambert’s Music Did NOT Bring Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani Closer, Despite Report
A report claiming Miranda Lambert’s music brought Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani closer was made up. Gossip Cop can expose the truth.
According to the repeatedly discredited HollywoodLife, Lambert’s recent album, The Weight Of These Wings, helped “strengthen” Shelton and Stefani’s relationship. A so-called “source” tells the outlet, “Miranda’s music has actually brought Blake and Gwen closer than ever. The music has given Gwen a chance to learn more about Blake and what went wrong in his marriage.”
The site’s dubious insider further contends, “Thanks to some of the revealing, heartbreaking tracks, Blake has been able to opened up to Gwen in ways that he otherwise would not have the courage to.” “While Blake is not entirely pleased Miranda writes music about their broken marriage, in a sweet way it has brought Blake to a place of vulnerability and closeness in his current relationship with Gwen,” concludes the tipster.
But Gossip Cop investigated, and a source close to the situation assures us the report is a “fabrication” and “untrue.” Shelton and Stefani are already extremely close, and Lambert’s played no role in bringing the couple closer together. It’s also worth noting that Lambert’s album came out last November, almost five months ago. But we know why HollywoodLies only ran this piece now.
Gossip Cop predicted right after Lambert won Album of the Year at the ACM Awards this past Sunday that bad blogs would use that as a jumping off point to make up stories. HollywoodLies often takes a real event and manufactures stories around it. That’s what we have here, and that’s what the notoriously unreliable webloid has done all week.
On Tuesday, Gossip Cop called out the site for falsely alleging Stefani wanted Lambert to “get over” Shelton. And shortly before that bogus tale, we debunked the outlet for wrongly claiming Shelton was terrified Lambert will always sing about him. Much like those inaccurate articles, this latest one is equally unfounded.