Blake Shelton And Gwen Stefani: Fact Vs. Fiction, Part 3

Truth rating: 10
Blake Shelton Gwen Stefani Fact Fiction

By Shari Weiss |

Blake Shelton Gwen Stefani Fact Fiction

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False rumors continue to surround Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani’s apparent new romance. Gossip Cop is here to reveal more facts versus the fiction.

FICTION: Gwen Stefani is pregnant, and having a baby with Blake Shelton, as reported by OK!.
FACT: This week’s issue of the tabloid wrongly announced Stefani and Shelton are expecting a baby. Gossip Cop was the first to exclusively confirm that the No Doubt singer is NOT pregnant. On Thursday, one day after our accurate debunking, Shelton mocked the claim on Twitter.

FICTION: Miranda Lambert and Gavin Rossdale are meeting up to figure out if Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani cheated on them, as reported by HollywoodLife.
FACT: This ridiculous claim from HollywoodLies was wholly fabricated. A rep for Lambert even ripped the story, exclusively telling Gossip Cop that it was “complete B.S.,” and that the site’s lies were “spiraling out of control.” Gossip Cop previously busted the outlet’s false allegation that Lambert was joining “American Idol” to “hurt” Shelton.

FICTION: Gwen Stefani is replacing Christina Aguilera on “The Voice” next season, as reported by Celeb Dirty Laundry.
FACT: The webloid falsely alleged Stefani’s new relationship with Shelton would get Aguilera kicked off the panel for season 10. In actuality, as Gossip Cop exclusively reported, Aguilera is still 100 percent participating as a coach for the next cycle. In fact, she’s already begun filming, and recently shared a photo of a dinner with Shelton, Adam Levine, and the show’s crew.

FICTION: Blake Shelton received a death threat because of his relationship with Gwen Stefani, as reported on Twitter.
FACT: This one is partially true. As Gossip Cop noted, Shelton did indeed receive a death threat on Friday. But there wasn’t any clear indication that the message had to do with Stefani. The Twitter user, whose account has since been suspended, bizarrely called Shelton an “occultist clown” and accused him of “extorting me subliminally in mainstream media for publicity.” The country superstar responded by calling the man a “dipsh*t.”

Shelton has actually sent many tweets this week poking fun at the media attention surrounding his love life, and wondered how people could be so “dumb” as to believe the “bullsh*t.” Of course, Gossip Cop knows people fall for the rumor mill’s garbage all the time. But we’ll continue to separate fact from fiction on all the gossip as needed.


  1. Gossip Cop
  2. Mediaite
  3. LawNewz
  4. The Mary Sue