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HollywoodLife alleges Gwen Stefani "cried" when she watched Blake Shelton's new music video for "I'll Name the Dogs," but the entire report is bogus. Gossip Cop can correct this fabricated claim. We're told the story is "made-up."

As it has been reported, the country star dropped his latest track on Friday, his second single of the year. The romantic song, in which Shelton reveals his desire to get married and build a life with his special someone, is clearly written about his highly-publicized relationship with Stefani. In the accompanying video, Shelton plays a wedding band singer, complete with a cameo from Stefani's two oldest children. Predictably, on the heels of his new music's video, HollywoodLies, as it's nicknamed, is claiming to have exclusive insight into Stefani's supposed reaction to the footage.

In its latest fabrication, the perpetually disproven outlet contends the No Doubt singer "melted into a puddle" when she first watched Shelton's music video for "I'll Name the Dogs." A so-called "source" is quoted as saying, "Gwen cried the first time she saw the finished video. It was so emotional for her." The website's seemingly nonexistent "insider" goes on to purport, "She and Blake always talk about how they're going to grow old together, and that was the inspiration behind the surprise twist of having the bride and groom be seniors."

But, as Gossip Cop has noted numerous times, the outlet is clueless about Stefani and Shelton, and it seemingly has no real sources connected to either singer. Remember, we corrected the website in August when it wrongly claimed to know Shelton's reaction to rumors that he and Stefani had split. Regardless of its penchant for fibbing, we still investigated the website's claim, and it came as no surprise that the article is yet another bogus tale.

A source close to Stefani tells Gossip Cop the report is entirely "made-up." Most assuredly, Stefani would love Shelton's touching music video for "I'll Name the Dogs," but the serial fabricators at HollywoodLies are completely unaware of the singer's actual reaction to the music video. It's all lies.

Our Verdict

Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.

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