Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton have been making beautiful music together for months in more ways than one. After all, The Voice coaches initially hooked up on the reality singing competition, which included flaunting their musical talents. Then came the parade of PDA, during which Gwen posted pics showing her canoodling with Blake. Shelton and Stefani were soon spotted everywhere together from their home towns to football fields to a wedding (not theirs).
But now, in the most recent viewing of the lovebirds, Gwen and Blake were seen together outside a Los Angeles music studio, reported Us Weekly.
Hinting that the couple who dresses together stays together, Stefani and Shelton even wore similar attire, with plaid as the dominant theme. The social media hills were alive with speculation that the two might be making a single or album together.
Although Gwen and Blake have been dating since November 2015, this new sighting is the first hint that they are teaming up professionally as well as personally. However, when they were working on The Voice last season, they did drive to the set as a couple on several occasions.
Rumors have been swirling that Stefani is sporting a baby bump courtesy of Blake, reported Hollywood Take.
Other rumors include Shelton having issues with Gwen, as well as that the supposed pregnancy involves twins. Blake and Stefani also have been reported to be engaged, living together, and planning an extravagant wedding by various sources.
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“I think it’s awfully early to be talking about that, don’t you?” Shelton pointed out.
As the rumors continued to swirl, Blake sought to squash the reports via Twitter.
“I’ve read more complete bullcr*p about my personal life, my next album and my job on [The Voice] this week than ever before… EVER Before!” tweeted a seemingly annoyed Shelton.
The country crooner contended that if he did everything the tabloids claimed, he couldn’t survive, adding a plea to tabloids to find a new target to talk about.
“If my life was half as chaotic as they say it is I’d be dead,” Blake tweeted. “My god I wish they’d move on to someone else!!! It’s so old at this point.”
Shelton also got annoyed when a fan described him as “cranky” in new pictures with Gwen, reported the New York Daily News.
“I looked unhappy because there is always a herd of complete dipsh–s chasing us around taking pictures,” responded Shelton.
However, although he complained, it’s been on social media where fans have observed the blossoming of his romance with Stefani. As for the swirling rumors, they’ve come from a variety of sources. The New York Daily News cited a source describing just how Shelton and Stefani are progressing.
“Gwen and Blake are steaming up,” said the source. “They have been having some great times with each other the past few months and are on the same page of life now.”
What else is new in their lives? Stefani has a new single, according to Bustle.
Fans are all a-Twitter about “Make Me Like You,” the title of the upcoming single from Gwen. Radio stations will be playing it just after Valentine’s Day, with the release of the single set for February 16.
Stefani, whose musical fame includes the role of No Doubt frontwoman, worked on the track with songwriters Justin Tranter and Julia Michaels, known for “Sorry” from Justin Bieber and “Good For You” from Selena Gomez. Also contributing to the new music is the Swedish production duo Mattman & Robin, who worked on “Run Away With Me” from Carly Rae Jepsen and “Cake By The Ocean” from DNCE.
Gwen most recently broke hearts with her ballad “Used To Love You.” In contrast to that single, the new record is being described as more cheerful and light entertainment.
Mike Doria, a Las Vegas radio show host, claims to have listened to “Make Me Like You.” He describes the new single as “upbeat and fun.” In addition, think of Maroon 5 when you’re trying to imagine it.
“A very Maroon 5 kind of sound but it is catchy as hell,” added Doria.
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