Gwen Stefani Shuts Down Engagement Rumors to Blake Shelton: 'No, Absolutely Not!'

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and Blake Shelton might croon love songs back and forth like it’s their job (well, it kind of is), but don’t expect the two sweethearts to be sharing their engagement pics anytime soon. The “Misery” singer quashed engagement rumors during her Wednesday interview on 94.7 Fresh FM’s The Tommy Show.

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“Can you imagine the amount of gossipy, weird stories people make up?” she said laughing after the host asked her if she would be sporting an engagement ring on her upcoming tour. “To me it makes me laugh every day. I actually do Google my name just so I can see the next one that will happen. It’s gotten so out of control. The best part about it is that it’s hilarious, the worst part about it is that some people actually believe that stuff, that’s what’s funny.”

Not willing to let Stefani’s vague answer rest, the host pressed a bit further. That’s when the No Doubt frontwoman got very candid, saying, “Let’s just look at the last year. Let’s just take it one day at a time. Everything’s crazy right now, so no, absolutely not, are you crazy?”

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Stefani and Shelton got together last fall shortly after each one split from their respective spouses, Gavin Rossdale and Miranda Lambert. Since then the pair have both released new music and one duet – “Go Ahead and Break My Heart.”

Though they’re not engaged, that doesn’t stop the celeb couple from gushing about one another. In his new interview with Rolling Stone, the country crooner opened up about making his new record, post-split.

"I was spending some time with Gwen all of a sudden, and she became my closest ally, my friend, my person in my life who had my back, and I had hers,” he said. “[I] created this bond with somebody that I never would have thought in a million years."