Gwen Stefani Asking Blake Shelton To Help “Save” Concert Tour?

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By Michael Lewittes |


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Gwen Stefani is not asking Blake Shelton to “save” her concert tour, despite a new tabloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this claim. We’re told it’s “untrue.”

According to In Touch, ticket sales have been “weak” for Stefani’s tour in support of her new album This Is What The Truth Feels Like, which reached number one on the Billboard 200 chart. The tabloid claims, “The Grammy winner is so freaked out about the lackluster sales that she is turning to boyfriend Blake Shelton” to help sell tickets. A so-called source tells the magazine, “Gwen’s planning on asking him to post ticket sales information on his social media platforms in hopes that it will generate some buzz.”

The tabloid then claims, “It’s a blow to Gwen, who had hoped that appearing as a coach on The Voice, and cozying up to the country singer, would help her appeal to a much younger audience.” The outlet’s same supposed “insider” alleges that making the tour a success is so important to Stefani, “If that means swallowing her pride and asking Blake for help, Gwen will do it.”

First off, Gossip Cop hears Stefani is not having as dire a time selling tickets to her concerts, as presented by the tabloid. More importantly, she’s not asking Shelton to “save” her tour. A source close to Stefani assures Gossip Cop the tabloid’s report is 100 percent “untrue.”

Naturally, Gossip Cop is not entirely surprised the magazine’s story is wrong. This is the same misguided publication that we busted when it falsely claimed on its cover that Stefani was “pregnant.” We’ve also exposed the magazine for inaccurately claiming Stefani and Shelton were ready to elope and were collaborating on a new album together. If only someone could “save” In Touch from further publishing more untrue tales about Shelton and Stefani.


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