Is the relationship between Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton hot but do not thrive on trust? Is Gwen Stefani extra clingy with Blake Shelton because she thinks he will cheat on her?
Is the former No Doubt lead singer is just paranoid because of her past relationship?
It can be recalled that the 40-year-old country music star broke up with his former wife Miranda Lambert in 2015 allegedly because she cheated on him. Meanwhile, the 46-year-old singer’s romance from ex-husband Gavin Rossdale reportedly ended because of cheating as well.
Could their failed past romances making it hard for Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton to trust each other?
Citing a report that landed on the front page of the latest issue of “OK!” magazine, The Hollywood Gossip disclosed that Gwen Stefani must have a “trust issue” even now that she is with Blake Shelton.
According to the magazine, this concern was reportedly the main reason why she wants her Blake Shelton to be with her while she is on tour, which will kick off in Mansfield, Massachusetts wrap in Vancouver, British Columbia on Aug. 25.
However, the “Bringing Back the Sunshine” hit-maker can’t join her allegedly because he “doesn’t feel like being her groupie.” As a result, Gwen Stefani is having all sorts of negative thoughts!
As narrated by a source, Gwen Stefani “is worried about the idea of spending time apart” from Blake Shelton.
“She’s afraid it’s going to blow up their romance,” the source reportedly dished adding that the mother of three “wants to keep an eye” on her beau.
While the report hinted that the ex-husband of Miranda Lambert seemed to be uncomfortable to be with his present lady love during her shows, it was also shared that “he has his own gigs booked.”
In the meantime, Gossip Cop busted the “Ok!” magazine report.
“But Gossip Cop checked in with a source close to the situation, who exclusively tells us the tabloid’s claim is simply ‘false,’” the entertainment site pointed out about Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton. “We’re assured the couple’s relationship is going strong and there aren’t any so-called “trust issues” between them.”