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Behati Prinsloo called Gwen and Blake romance

Published 16/12/2015

Behati Prinsloo
Behati Prinsloo

Behati Prinsloo had "a feeling" Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton would end up together.

Behati Prinsloo claims to have "called" Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton's romance before they announced it.

The model, who is married to The Voice US judge Adam Levine, quickly picked up on the vibes between Adam's colleagues. So when they announced they were an item via their rep in November (15), Behati wasn't surprised.

“We kind of called it ahead of time just because they were both kind of going through a moment,” she explained when quizzed about the pair on Watch What Happens Live. “They’re so different but so perfect for each other. So I didn’t know, but I felt it.”

The Voice mentors' relationship surprised some fans, as they were both freshly single. Gwen's divorce from Gavin Rossdale was completed in October (15), while Blake split from wife Miranda Lambert in July (15).

It looks like things are serious for Gwen and Blake, as Life & Style even reported there could be the jingle of new house keys soon, as they allegedly plan to move in together. Or maybe wedding bells are on the horizon, as The National Enquirer recently claimed the couple plans to get engaged soon.

But whatever comes next, Gwen is blissfully happy with her man.

“He’s a pretty rad guy, I have to say that,” she smiled in a recent radio interview, during which she also opened up about her divorce from Gavin: “There’s been loads of people that have helped me with this tragedy. There’s definitely key people that have pointed me into the right direction. Blake really helped me. Not to change the subject, but it’s kinda on the same subject, Pharrell (Williams, fellow The Voice judge) was literally like a guardian angel.”

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