While Blake Shelton was busy hosting the Kids' Choice Awards in Los Angeles on Saturday night (March 12), his special lady friend Gwen Stefani was experiencing a specific kind of star-crossed "Misery" while on the other side of the globe in Japan: not being able to watch her country beau on TV, of course. Stories bounced around at the time that he had an affair with Mindy Mann, nanny to the couple's three sons.
In Tokyo-and far away from boyfriend Blake Shelton to promote her upcoming album, This Is What the Truth Feels Like-the Voice coach documented much of her fitting via social media throughout the day, offering sneak peek images and videos of her meticulous beauty and fashion prep. "I'm still in shock".
This isn't the first time Stefani has shown her affinity for Japanese culture.
Now, in a candid interview with the New York Times, the "Don't Speak" hitmaker has shared a few more details about how her life fell apart the morning after the 2015 Grammy Awards, during which she had performed with Maroon 5.
"My life was literally blown up into my face", she said. I am dead, actually. "Where'd you go?/ I got so used to being round you boy/ I'm trying not to care, but where'd you go?/ I'm doing my best to be sensible/ I'm trying not to care, but/ You're like drugs/ You're like drugs to me", Stefani sings in the opening verse. What am I going to do?