Gwen Stefani Shimmers On NY's Eve As Blake Shelton Charms Family Amid Pregnancy Report: Miranda Lambert Confesses

Joanne Eglash

Gwen Stefani left "No Doubt" that she intends to make an impression in the world, whether it's her dramatic, glowing comeback to romance with Blake Shelton after a painful divorce from Gavin Rossdale, or her music. Now Gwen has charmed the world just as she has charmed Blake with her New Year's Eve performance, reported the Daily Mail.

Stefani sang her anthem to a bad break-up, "Used To Love You," as she rang out the old year and welcomed the new as one of the highlights of the NBC TV broadcast New Year's Eve With Carson Daly. And the lyrics showed how the popular new girlfriend of Shelton felt about her former husband.

"Never thought this would happen/ Gonna let it sink in, you're gone/ I don't know, know what I'm feeling/ I must be dreaming, you're gone," crooned Gwen.

Carson praised Stefani for her powerful, yet soft voice.

"I couldn't be more thrilled to ring in the new year with NBC, our incredible viewers and the extraordinarily talented Gwen Stefani," declared Daly.

The opportunity to sing that song at the end of 2015 symbolized new beginnings for the 46-year-old pop star's new romance with Blake. Shelton and Gwen confirmed their hook-up a few months ago, and it's been getting hotter ever since, from the Arizona football field to California wine country.

Stefani made the decision to file for divorce from Rossdale in early August. They had been married for 13 years and share three boys: Kingston is 9, Zuma is 7, and Apollo is just 22 months old. Her divorce announcement came just after the breakup that shocked the country music world when, in July, Miranda and Blake revealed their own plans to divorce following a nine-year relationship and four-year marriage.

As the Inquisitr reported, Gwen and Shelton have made no attempt to hide their love, whether they're parading PDA in Hollywood, canoodling in his Oklahoma hometown, or fondling each other on the football field.

Now they've taken it one step forward by introducing Blake to Stefani's parents, who are thrilled that she's dating someone so loving, revealed Hollywood Life's insider.

"Gwen's parents think Blake is great," shared the insider. "Everyone thinks that Blake is the coolest and a very fun, loving guy. They like him a lot."

And it's not just her parents. While adults know how to be polite, kids typically don't hide their feelings, but Shelton has even charmed Gwen's three little boys. Stefani, Blake, and her three sons enjoyed getting dinner together at Mama Cozza's Italian Restaurant in Anaheim, which is Gwen's California hometown.

With such success in enchanting those little boys, could a new baby be on the way to turn Shelton into a daddy for the first time? That's the report from In Touch Weekly, which cites a source claiming that Stefani is pregnant.

"Gwen is pregnant. She and Blake are overjoyed. He's always wanted to have kids and now his dream is coming true."

Stefani is 46, while Shelton is 39. And they're not the only musical couple making news right now. Miranda Lambert, 32, is dating 27-year-old Anderson East (né Michael Cameron Anderson), according to Us Weekly's insider.

"They are really enjoying each other's company," confirmed the insider.

But Lambert also issued a stunning confession about how she feels living life without Blake for the first time in almost a decade. And Miranda confessed that the emotional pain involved in losing Shelton has not yet ended, causing her to resort at times to weeping and whiskey.

"I just want to live a life full of everything. Some of that might mean nights on my porch crying, drinking whiskey and going, 'Man this sucks right now.' I don't necessarily want to know that I have really bad, long, lonely nights ahead of me, but I have had some, and I still have a bunch ahead of me."

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