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A new report about how Blake Shelton loves when Gwen Stefani "plays dress up" is made-up. Gossip Cop can expose how a site manufactured this claim, all based on photos of Stefani and Shelton wearing costumes for a Halloween party. Additionally, we've been told no one in the country singer's camp is leaking stories to blogs.

Once again, HollywoodLife has taken an actual event and used it as the basis for a completely concocted premise. After noting how the couple "celebrated Halloween early," with the No Doubt singer dressed as Sally from The Nightmare Before Christmas and Shelton in a sailor's costume, the aptly nicknamed HollywoodLies maintains it has exclusively learned the country singer loves Stefani "dressing up." To pretend its seemingly made-up story is legitimate, the often discredited blog quotes an unnamed and probably fabricated "source" as saying, "Gwen loves to dress up and Blake loves when she does... it definitely adds some extra spice to their relationship."

Of course, if this were true, the outlet would furnish other examples of when Stefani dressed up to Shelton's delight. But it doesn't. And that's because the narrative is phony and entirely crafted around new, widely published photos of them in costume.

Now for a little dressing down: HollywoodLife makes up fake stories about Stefani and Shelton a lot. Just a few days ago, Gossip Cop caught the blog in a lie when it falsely contended Shelton was pushing Stefani to make a joint album. Much like this latest article, the site alleged it had a reliable, albeit anonymous, "source." But Stefani's own rep went on to record to tell Gossip Cop that website's report was untrue.

Shortly before that whopper, the habitually disproven site asserted Shelton and Stefani had plans to do a reality TV show together. Once again, a rep told Gossip Cop the site was telling tall tales. It's also the very same outlet, based on yet another one of its untraceable and seemingly phony sources, that swore up and down Shelton and Stefani were going to have a "summer wedding." Clearly, the summer wedding never happened.

Not enough proof that HollywoodLies has no insight into the two singers' lives and that it just manufacture bogus articles as it goes along? OK, back in May the website asserted Stefani was pregnant with Shelton's baby. The only fertile then and now is the imaginations of the creative writers at that site.

While numerous other outlets simply reported how Stefani and Shelton dressed up for a Halloween party, HollywoodLies took it another step to claim the country singer loves when his girlfriend gets dolled up in costume because it adds "spice" to their romance. And while it made that contention, it didn't offer one other instance of that to back up its premise. Basically, the site can "dress up" its falsehoods in a variety of different way, but they're still untrue.

Our Verdict

Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.


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