Gwen Stefani’s February is going to be bananas, B-A-N-A-N-A-S. The “Hollaback Girl” singer was recently spotted leaving a studio with her cowboy boyfriend, Blake Shelton, and the latest Shefani sighting has sparked rumors that Gwen and Blake might be recording a song together. However, there’s another possible explanation for their recent music-related outing.
Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton went a few days without being photographed together, so some Shefani shippers started to worry about their favorite couple’s relationship status. These pessimistic Gwen and Blake fans will be happy to learn that the couple was recently photographed together again. Just Jared has posted a series of pictures that shows Gwen and Blake arriving at a Los Angeles studio together on Wednesday February 3. The site writes that the photos are “sparking talk of a possible collaboration between the couple,” and Blake’s recent tweet about finishing the tracking for his upcoming album just added fuel to the fire.
Finally finished the tracking for my last album…
— Blake Shelton (@blakeshelton) February 3, 2016
However, the DailyGwen Twitter account found out that Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton were not at a recording studio.
@heIIagoods Turns out it’s not a recording studio. They do stuff for live events & Grammys. Probably for Gwen’s performance
— Gwen Stefani Daily (@DailyGwen) February 4, 2016
According to Hollywood Life, there’s a good chance that Gwen Stefani is going to perform at the Grammy Awards on February 15. Last month, a choreographer named Tricia Miranda hinted that dancers were auditioning to hit the Grammys stage with Gwen.
“Love my team! Thank you for a great day of work… Thank you @mdcdance for having us and thank you to all the dancers today that inspired me and have now made my job extremely hard…. I love it #gwenstefaniauditions #grammys,” Miranda wrote.
Perhaps Gwen Stefani’s Wednesday outing with Blake Shelton was Grammys-related, and maybe Blake was simply trying to spend some time with his girlfriend by watching her prepare for her performance. The lovebirds have both been extremely busy lately, so they’re probably hanging out with each other whenever they can.
— Gossip Cop (@GossipCop) January 28, 2016
If Gwen Stefani is going to perform at the Grammys, she might surprise viewers by singing her new single, “Make Me Like You,” live for the first time. According to Beacon Street Online, Gwen’s second single from her upcoming album is set to make its radio debut on February 16, the day after the Grammys. As The Inquisitr previously reported, Gwen is also going to perform a mini-concert for Jimmy Kimmel Live on February 16, so it looks like The Voice star is going all-out to promote “Make Me Like You” and her upcoming album. Gwen penned her new single with a little help from her “Used to Love You” co-writers, Justin Tranter and Julia Michaels.
Gwen Stefani recently tweeted a photo of herself possibly rehearsing with No Doubt backing vocalists/multi-instrumentalists Gabrial McNair and Stephen Bradley. Unfortunately, Gwen didn’t drop any hints about what they were rehearsing for. According to the Toronto Sun, Gwen is also set to perform during NBA All-Star Weekend at the February 12 True North concert at the Roundhouse in downtown Toronto, so it’s possible that she and her No Doubt band mates were prepping for that event in the photo below. At the True North concert, Gwen is going to be joined by Usher, one of her fellow former coaches on The Voice.
— Gwen Stefani (@gwenstefani) February 3, 2016
Perhaps Gwen used her tie to the NBA All-Star Game to procure tickets for herself and Blake Shelton—the game takes place on Valentine’s Day, and tickets to the event would make a great gift. However, Gwen Stefani will be so busy in the days following the romantic holiday that she might not have time to attend the game.
Gwen Stefani fans have a ton to look forward to this month with her NBA All-Star Game concert, her mysterious Grammys performance, her outdoor concert for Jimmy Kimmel, and the radio debut of “Make Me Like You.” Gwen is really ramping up the promotion of her upcoming album, so perhaps she’ll finally reveal its title and release date sometime in the very near future.
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