Gwen Stefani is a ‘party girl,’ Blake Shelton ‘not even a little bit interesting’
Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani, both recently back on the market after splitting with their spouses, had the relationship rumor mill en fuego after they were seen over the weekend at a few of the same Halloween parties — and were reportedly spotted at one point holding hands.
But not hand-in-hand. More on that later.
“We’re just trying to have fun, you know?,” the No Doubt singer told Carson Daly on AMP Radio on Monday morning.
And what does fun look like? She was a cowgirl while Shelton was wearing a wig and a serape at Rande Gerber’s star-studded Friday-night Halloween party fueled by Casamigos Tequila, which Gerber co-owns with George Clooney and developer Mike Meldman.
They reportedly left that party at different times and headed to an after-party thrown by Jared Leto. According to Entertainment Tonight, Shelton was already at Leto’s when she made the scene.
They did, however, leave that fiesta at the same time, and Stefani was seen holding Shelton’s hand as she led him out the door, ET said. However, the two didn’t sit next to each other in the hired car that took them away from the event.
It sounds almost like when you grab a friend’s hand to make sure they leave when you leave? Because that friend might be the type who doesn’t like to leave a party? Nah — that would make too much sense.
“I was literally that party girl that you hear about when their life blows up,” Stefani told Daly about her weekend, “and you’re like, ‘Oh, I’m going out! Watch me!’ ”
On Saturday night, the singers also both attended “Voice” costar Adam Levine’s Halloween party, with the two guys going as big-wigged hair-band rockers and the lady looking like a punk ballerina.
Now, E! News has pictures from the Levine party that it says “prove” Stefani and Shelton are more than friends, but honestly, the shots are so blurry they barely prove the two are in the pictures.
After a person on Twitter complained Monday that she was tired of hearing about Shelton’s personal life, he replied, “Even I’m tired of hearing about it!!! Good lord.”
He also agreed with someone who was tired of going to the store and seeing him in the “trash mags,” declaring, “I’m not even a little bit interesting!!!!”
Shelton’s divorce from Miranda Lambert was finalized in July (right around the time the breakup was announced) in Tennessee, while Stefani’s split from Rossdale is in the courts in California, which has a divorce process that requires at least six months between filing and finality.
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