Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton Breakup: Faking Split To Save ‘Disaster’ Tour?
Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton are hitting the break-up point!Advertisement
Rumors have it that Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton may likely end their relationship as their PDA-filled romance has been affecting their respective careers.
However, some are saying that the split will only be fake so Gwen Stefani can save her tour.
According to a report from Celebrity Dirty Laundry, since Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton went on public on their romance, their career hit a low point.
The No Doubt singer’s tour is even projected to lose millions thanks to her fans who lost their interest on her since she began dating Miranda Lambert’ ex-husband.
“The tour is a disaster,” one source told. “They are now giving tickets away just to make the place look busy. She is going to lose millions.”
A possible Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton break-up is said to be just the right solution to save her tour. Reports revealed that it even came to a point where the producers were giving out tickets just it would looked like a jampacked concert.
CDL said, “This year has so far been nothing but a huge embarrassment for Gwen Stefani, in both her personal and professional lives.”
The report said that though they made headlines when they confirmed their relationship while they were both “The Voice” judges, fans do not want to hear the Hollaback singer’s music anymore.
Meanwhile, Blake Shelton’s former wife Miranda Lambert has now moved on from the divorce and is now ready to fight back. Gwen Stefani should watch out.
“She’s found her voice and is done being stepped all over,” a source told In Touch Weekly.”She’s turning the tables. Gwen should be worried about what Miranda is going to say, sing and do next.”
The country is also fed up with Gwen Stefani’s constant complaining about her ex-husband.
“She’s sick to death of Blake carrying on in interviews about how Gwen ‘saved my life’ and saying he was ‘at rock bottom, in the middle of hell’ after their divorce,” the insider added.