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A healthy bout of social media stalking is acceptable – expected, in fact – if you've just started a new relationship.

After all, who wouldn't want to get the dirt on their other half's ex, even if all you end up finding is a bunch of Christmas photos and holiday snaps?

The only rule to keep in mind when you find yourself deep in the depths of Miss Ex-Girlfriend's Facebook/Twitter/Instagram page is to proceed with CARE. One wrong step and you could find yourself accidentally liking a picture and totally giving the game away.

That's exactly what happened to singer Gwen Stefani this week, it seems.

Eagle-eyed fans of country singer Miranda Lambert noticed that, of the 2,000 likers on one of her recent tweets, Gwen's name was top of the list.

Gwen's currently dating Blake Shelton, who split from Miranda just last year, so there's a whole lot of relationship politics going on between that threesome right about now.

We'll bet Miranda was only delighted to find out that Gwen had been indulging in some social media stalking – and the faux-pas was made all the more cringeworthy by the fact that Gwen doesn't even follow Miranda on Twitter. Awks.

Some fans have speculated that Gwen's "like" was something of an olive branch to Blake's ex – especially seeing as Miranda herself is also dating someone new. 

The singer posted a sweet couple snap of herself and new man Anderson East on Instagram just last week, letting Blake (and Gwen) know she was moving on.

Who knows – maybe they'll all organise a double date one day?


When Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale confirmed last night that they were divorcing after almost 13 years of marriage they said it was a "mutual decision," but now it seems things were not quite as straightforward as the pair have made out.

A new report today claims the long-term couple, who have three children together, split because Gwen suspected Gavin had cheated on her. The break-up was a "long time coming," a source told TMZ.

But Gavin's possible infidelity is not the only reason for the rockers' shock split. It's thought Gwen hated that her husband was away from home so much, especially earlier this year when he left to tour with his band Bush for over three months.

No Doubt frontwoman Gwen "put pressure" on Gavin to stay at home more, according to TMZ's source, something he resented considering she had often had long spells away with her own work commitments.

Gwen cited "irreconcilable differences" in her divorce filing, and asked for joint custody of the pair's three children, nine-year-old Kingston, seven-year-old Zuma, and one-year-old Apollo. As the pair did not sign a prenuptial agreement before getting married, they are each entitled to half of their communal property, which means that Gwen's estimated $80m (€73m) and Gavin's estimated $35m (€32m) will most likely all be split down the middle. 

The music industry couple began dating back in 1995 when No Doubt supported Bush on tour. They married seven years later in London's Covent Garden, and would have celebrated their 13th anniversary next month. 

Gwen and Gavin's marriage has not been without its ups and downs, however, Their marriage his a rocky spot in 2004 when it was revealed that Gavin had a fourteen-year-old daughter, Daisy, from his relationship with UK designer Pearl Lowe, who he dated before meeting Gwen.

DNA tests confirmed Pearl's suspicions that Gavin was indeed the father of Daisy, now a 26-year-old model.

Earlier this year Gwen got emotional on the TODAY Show as she discussed her marriage and spoke how "proud" she was of it. "If I look back on the whole thing the one thing that's been constant is that we both want the same thing," she explained.

"We both want to be married. We both want to be good parents, and so I feel really proud of what we've done together."



Gwen Stefani, solo star and face of Grammy-award winning band, No Doubt says she doesn’t regret using the Harajuku Girls in her videos and public appearances because it ‘was all meant out of love’.

The 45-year-old musician, who is currently promoting her new album, has opened up in a recent interview with Time magazine about the criticism she received in the wake of her first solo album Love. Angel. Music. Baby, released in 2004.

Gwen was slammed for using Asian girls as props, but the singer says: "For me, everything I did with the Harajuku Girls was just a pure compliment and being a fan.”

Refusing to bow to criticism she received during the time and which refuses to go away today, the star said: “You can look at it from a negative point of view if you want to, but get off my cloud.”

Gwen has been accused of treating the women like pets, even renaming them Love, Angel, Music and Baby, but the singer scorns these accusations, saying: “You can’t be a fan of another culture? Of course you can. Of course you can celebrate other cultures.”

Gwen, surprisingly however, goes on to say: “They were dancers that were cast, but they became real.”

Ehm Gwen, they’re living, breathing humans, so weren’t they always real?

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