Gwen Stefani continues to confuse fans about relationship status (PHOTO)
Gwen Stefani threw a major curveball during her interview with San Diego's Frankie and Geena Morning Show on Channel 933, when she appeared to backtrack on her relationship status with Blake Shelton (even though Shelton's camp has confirmed that the pair are dating).
But if she's trying to avoid media attention and keep things private, her new picture is definitely sending out some major mixed signals.
On Tuesday, Stefani took to Instagram to share a picture of herself, Shelton, and Pharrell Williams looking very happy as they posed for a picture on the set of The Voice (Shelton and Stefani look particularly cozy as she leans her hip into him). She captioned the picture with, "[heart] them @nbcthevoice gx."
If Stefani is worried about the potential public backlash over her new relationship — since she and Shelton both recently got divorced — she need not be concerned, because fans are clearly thrilled, as evidenced by the comments on the post.
jfisla wrote, "You go girl... A real man at last. You deserve that and so much more."
"No more pretending to be happy for the camera, now you really are! It's about time, soooo long overdue!" pennyclancy wrote.
"Cute couple!!!!! Gwen and Blake," gushed izzydeal28.
Other comments include, "Surrounded by the ones that make you smile the most," "Love you and Blake! Don't let the haters tell you any different. They're just jealous you have Blake and they don't," and "Looks like Pharrell is Gwen and Blake's love child!"
And sadie.patricaaa also had a message for all the haters out there. She wrote, "Hey don't listen to all them haters I might just seem like another billion fan but don't listen to them, YOU AND BLAKE ARE MENT [sic] TO BE, I'm glad he got a divorce bc it lead he to you. I really don't expect you to answer me back bc you have one-million (prob) fans but I love you so much and your such a inspiration [sic] one day I hope to audition for the voice [sic] and I hope to be on your team. That's my only dream."