Gwen Stefani fired from The Voice (Hoax)
The Gwen Stefani fired from The Voice hoax was first published by satire web publications and made it’s way into malicious email spam. There are several Gwen Stefani fired hoaxes. The first Gwen Stefani fired hoax published by satire websites claims that Gwen Stefani was fired from The Voice for complaining about getting hit on by Blake Shelton. The hoax claims that she was offended by his “flirty” comments. The second Gwen Stefani fired hoax is usually spread through email spam and it claims that Gwen Stefani dropped 40 pounds and never ate healthy.
The Gwen Stefani fired hoaxes are not true. Gwen Stefani was not fired from the hit television show The Voice. According to legitimate resources, Gwen Stefani was on The Voice for one full season to fill in for Christina Aguilera while she was gone. Singer and songwritter Sharkia also filled in for a season. The reports claim that the executives for the television show always knew that Christina would be coming back.
Various reports also state that Gwen Stefani will return to coach in the future and that the television show was a launching pad for her career and that she is going to do more fashion, music, and other ventures.
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It would seem that after an awkward debut season of The Voice that Gwen Stefani is never going to be invited back to the show. Call it fired, replaced or passed over — according to the latest gossip news updates, Gwen will reportedly be forced to step aside next year to let Christina Aguilera return to her rightful place as one of the original TV show’s coaches. Word has it that Gavin Rossdale’s wife has alienated her cast mates by betraying their trust and talking about them behind their backs. But rumor has it that could be no worse than how uncomfortable, Blake Shelton, who is married to Miranda Lambert, makes the No Doubt “Hollaback Girl” with all his flirty comments.
Gwen Stefani fired from THE VOICE
NBC THE VOICE
Gwen Stefani Off As Judge On The Voice
Announced March 26
Removed for dropping over 40lbs-this season – Her physical appearance has changed drastically
NBC’s The Voice Reports Here
She never ate healthy or worked out yet her career may be over for hiding this
She got caught doing this
(2) Photographs Show The Criminal Acts
If you do not watch the voice then you may have no interest in this further. Please tell me right (now) and this does not happen again
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