Alright! This is getting a little old.
Last week, Gwen Stefani broke her silence on her relationship with Blake Shelton, claiming they actually didn't go public with their fledgling fling.
Related: Gwen's Divorce Helped Her Write Love Songs!
And on Tuesday, the No Doubt singer opened up on the Frankie and Geena Morning Show, saying she's never copped to dating the country crooner:
"I never said nothing about being in a new relationship. I don't know who said that but somebody did."
Ummmm. Okay. Sure, Gwen. Technically the words didn't come out of YOUR mouth. However, it was YOUR rep who first confirmed the rumored romance.
Are we really supposed to believe that you didn't approve your own spokesperson's announcement?
Yeah. Not buying it.
The blonde beauty continued to gripe about how everyone seems to be making up stories about her love life — even though The Voice mentors were caught on camera HOLDING HANDS.
The artist even accused her own child of contributing to the gossip, adding:
"And then my kid came in last night to tell me about it. So, that's how crazy my life is. People can just say whatever they want and then they can just believe it."
The singer said that the "truth" she's standing by is her new song, Used To Love You, saying:
"My truth is Used To Love You. That's the song. That's what I said. I feel really fine about sharing that. I feel honored to share it. But all the other stuff is just craziness. I mean, literally craziness. Hilarious. I mean, hilarious."
We really can't figure out why Gwen is denying that her relationship with Blake has been confirmed. Maybe it's because Gavin Rossdale believes the timing is suspicious. Or perhaps because the public is picking sides and sympathizing with Miranda Lambert rather than being happy for the new couple.
What do U think, Perezcious readers? Listen to the interview (below)!
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