He was sentenced to a nearly year-long probation for the controlled substance charge, and was fined 0.
Writes the celebrity gossip site: "It seems a little strange after all of the drama Christina Aguilera created just to come back to , she would leave on her own accord after one season." But why? The show makes a point of continuously rotating the occupants of the two middle chairs, and maybe Christina has other stuff to do, like play with her kids or do a wig commercial or something.
coaches Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani and Christina Aguilera. Ever since Christina returned to the swiveling red chair this season, rumors have been flying that Blake was furious that she stole the spot of his honey bun Gwen.
He even reportedly threatened to quit if the "Beautiful" singer came back.
Gwen Stefani’s latest single, “Misery,” is seemingly about her boyfriend Blake Shelton.
The song is about wanting someone to save her from the pain she’s feeling, singing, “Put me out of my misery, hurry up, hurry up, come save me.
Dressed down: The 47-year-old singer - who has been a mentor on The Voice like her boyfriend Blake Shelton - wore black jeans and a black top under a purple plaid shirt with a denim version tied around her waist The gunman - who has been identified as 27-year-old Kevin James Loibl by Orlando police - drove from another city in Florida to Christina's show armed with two handguns, extra magazines and a knife with which to attack the young singer.
Nearly six months after Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton divorced, she’s found new love with fellow musician Anderson East.
(For those keeping count, the beaus were previously believed to be 1:1 on the song tribute ratio for .) Judging by the title alone, "Misery" might come off like a sour break-up anthem -- and since Stefani has previously described her album as running the gamut of her recent series of emotions in pseudo-consecutive order, one might think that the first track, especially so named, would be dedicated to the sads. Well, it could mean that her "You're like drugs to me" line is a snappy hindsight recall of how she felt when she first ended her marriage -- the full scoop on which would apparently "shock" us all because it's "a really good, juicy story." Plus, the "Where'd You Go?
Now that we can actually listen to it, though, it The song doesn't sound like some sappy send-off to her ex-husband Gavin Rossdale the way like her first spot-split anthem, "Used to Love You," did. " and "You're in so much trouble" bits could easily reflect some separation anxiety and anger following their split.
ICYMI, back in October, the 39-year-old sued mentor filed a complaint against the publication's parent company, Bauer Media, for defamation and false invasion of privacy.
Now, Gwen Stefani's main main has filed a legal declaration adamantly denying the alleged libelous accusations made on the issue's cover, saying: "Not only was I not in rehab or headed to rehab when it was published, but I also do not have a drinking problem.