Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani are not “quitting Hollywood” and moving to the Midwest after an alleged miscarriage.
“Blake & Gwen Quitting Hollywood & Moving To Midwest After Miscarriage Nightmare,” reads the headline of a new RadarOnline story. According to the outlet, Stefani is “succumbing” to Shelton’s “desire” and “moving full-time” to Oklahoma in the wake of suffering a miscarriage. The website asserts both are “over Hollywood and its fakery” and want to “raise Stefani’s kids in a more serene and superficial environment.”
The site repeats its disgustingly made-up claims that Stefani recently “lost her baby,” ruining her “immediate plans to get married.” Earlier this month it was alleged that Stefani had a miscarriage, putting her wedding plans with Shelton “in jeopardy.” It was later confirmed that Stefani was never pregnant, and the narrative was entirely manufactured. Despite the bust, the blog is now regurgitating its debunked contentions, and further alleging that “on the heels of the tragedy,” she and Shelton have vowed to “quit Hollywood for a simpler life.”
A so-called “source” points out that Shelton has family in Tishomingo, who have embraced Stefani. And while it’s acknowledged they have “commitments in Los Angeles,” the online publication’s supposed tipster maintains “the decision’s been made to… move to the Midwest very soon” and make it their “primary base.” Well, Shelton has always considered Oklahoma to be his “primary base,” so nothing is changing on his part.
As for Stefani, the website wants readers to believe that she is uprooting her three young children, who range in age from 3 to 11, and is taking them away from their schools and friends, not to mention their father, Gavin Rossdale, and her own extended family who live in the Los Angeles area.
The difference now, of course, is the untrue miscarriage claim, which is what this new report about a move hinges on. While Stefani enjoys taking her sons to Oklahoma for visits, there currently are no plans to leave Hollywood to move and live there full-time. Oh, and by the way, Oklahoma generally isn’t considered part of the “Midwest.”