Gwen Stefani Admits The Obvious: “Make Me Like You” Is About Blake Shelton

February 17, 2016 / Posted by:

You’d think that since Gwen Stefani has been just so subtle during the four months she’s been with Blake Shelton (see: Gwen Stefani done up like Monster Truck Rally Barbie above), that she would be above a tacky stunt like using a song to keep people interested in her relationship. But apparently you’d be wrong! Gwen Stefani was on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night to promote her new album “I’m Drying My Divorce Tears On A Cowboy’s Dick” and perform the latest single, “Make Me Like You.” She also talked about the music video she filmed live during the Grammys for “Make Me Like You“, in which she dances in front of a neon sign that says Blake’s.

I guess that neon sign too subtle for Jimmy Kimmel, or maybe he’s been in a coma for the last four months and thus missed Gwen and Blake’s hardcore PR blitz of a relationship, because he asked Gwen if “Make Me Like You” was about Blake. You might want to sit down for this one, because this truth is bound to shake you to the core. Gwen answered that, yes, it’s totally about her second boyfriend ever Blake.

A giant glowing neon sign with your current boyfriend’s name on it is pretty good way to get some attention, but I think Gwen can go bigger for her next music video. Maybe the next one is set in a tattoo parlor and features a character named Jake (because = subtle) getting a portrait of a pregnant platinum blonde pin-up surrounded by spiderwebs and oranges with the words “Is This Gwen? Maybe!” on his heart.

Here’s Gwen before Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night with her third kid, as well as Gwen dressed like a Bedrock THOT during the performance of “Make Me Like You.

Pics: Splash

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