Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani did not get "frisky" in homes they've looked to buy together, despite a new tabloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this made-up story. We're told an article claiming they headed straight to the houses' bedrooms to "make out," or check if they had "the right vibe," are simply "not true."
According to Star, which has published many provably false reports about the couple, Stefani and Shelton were looking for some "rather frisky thrills" while recently house hunting in California. A person described as a "mountain mole" is quoted as telling the often inaccurate tabloid, "They have their hearts set on buying a new multimillion-dollar home together in swanky Hidden Hills." The same alleged tipster adds in unnatural language, "The lovebirds were touring prospective properties in the $8-10 million range, and would make their way to the master suites to make out."
The magazine further contends they "wanted to get a firsthand sense of whether or not the bedrooms had 'the right vibe' for everlasting romances." "Guess they wanted to get a feel for the property and each other," concludes the outlet's seemingly manufactured "spy." It's interesting how no other legitimate celebrity outlets or real estate publications reported anything about Shelton and Stefani looking at multimillion-dollar homes, and yet only someone described as a "mountain mole" got this scoop.
Simply, the article is a complete fabrication. They couple didn't head to Hidden Hills to shop for homes, and they most assuredly did not get "frisky" or "make out" in these purported properties to make sure they had "the right vibe." As opposed to the often discredited tabloid's unnamed source, Stefani's rep, speaking on behalf of the singer, went on the record with Gossip Cop to debunk this wrong realty report. We're told in no uncertain terms the story is "not true."
It bears mentioning how this is all coming from the same magazine which swore up and down in a cover story in May 2017 that Stefani was having a "miracle baby" at 47 with Shelton. Obviously, that was a lie. It's also the outlet which printed a cover story two months ago that maintained Stefani and Shelton got married on his Oklahoma ranch, a claim disputed to Gossip Cop by the County Clerk there.
Star has a history of publishing falsehoods about Stefani and Shelton. Much like its past reports, which have similarly been hinged on untraceable sources, the latest article about the couple getting "frisky" at homes they've toured in Hidden Hills is also untrue.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.