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Gwen Stefani And Blake Shelton Dating Rumors: What’s The Real Score? Blake Is A Cowboy — Gwen

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Are they, or aren?t they? That?s the one question everyone has been asking throughout this season of The Voice, as Blake Shelton, 39, and Gwen Stefani, 45, continue to spark dating rumors with their constant on-air flirting. Everyone around them has noticed how close they?ve gotten since splitting from their spouses, Miranda Lambert and Gavin Rossdale respectively.

?If you don?t get along with Blake then you are the problem,? a source told Hollywood Life. ?He is the coolest and nicest person and his friendship with the cast and crew is unmatched. Blake thinks the world of Gwen and he loves the friendship they have with each other. He holds the friendship very highly ? Gwen is a friend for life!?

When asked about Blake Shelton, Gwen had great things to say about Blake,?It seems like the cowboy is really happy on the show,. We?re all having so much fun on that show. Everybody is in such a good place,? reports Inquisitr.

It really does sound like Gwen and Blake are getting along great, but they are also having fun with Adam Levine and Pharrell Williams. If the friendship is stronger with Gwen and Blake, then they are not revealing that just yet. Of course, Gwen was asked about the rumors though.

?Now, it?s full throttle. They have all these inside jokes and we tease Gwen because she laughs waaay [sic] too hard at Blake?s jokes. She has this little giggle that she does and it?s so cute. Blake loves to come up behind her, cover her eyes with his hands and do an Adam Levine impression or something. It just cracks her up,? reports International Business Times.

After his divorce from Miranda Lambert, Shelton has been surrounded by the gossip mill. The 39-year-old country singer sued In Touch Weekly magazine after it claimed that Shelton went to rehab post his split with Lambert. Shelton filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles County Superior Court Monday against Bauer Media, the parent company of In Touch, and sought at least $2 million in damages for defamation and false light invasion of privacy.

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