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In Touch has exclusively learned that Gwen Stefani has discovered text messages between Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert that have "left her crushed.”
The source reveals that while backstage on the set of The Voice, Blake was called away for a touch-up and left his phone behind. A text came through from his ex. “Gwen saw it and lost it. She found Blake and asked to speak to him privately, but he said he couldn’t right then and there. She had tears running down her face and went and locked herself in her dressing room.” Soon after that incident, In Touch has learned that Gwen discovered that Blake has been texting Miranda back.
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“Gwen has seen texts between Blake and Miranda,” says the source. “She’s really a mess over this.”
Another incident occurred the night of the Country Music Association Awards on Nov. 4. Blake — who brought Gwen to Nashville, Tenn., to attend a CMAs afterparty as his date — again walked away from his phone at one point, and another text from Miranda popped up. “Gwen saw it,” explains the source. “Miranda was trying to get Blake to go and see her and her friends at an afterparty.” This, a Blake insider tells the mag, came after Miranda had also asked him “if they could sit by each other at the CMA Awards. But he declined and asked her to stop texting him.”
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According to multiple sources, Blake has no intention of getting back together with Miranda. He’s crazy about Gwen, and is just being polite and tying up loose ends of their relationship when Miranda texts him.
This comes on the heels of Gwen’s own split from Gavin Rossdale — whom she caught cheating with their nanny when she discovered inappropriate texts between them.
For more on this and all your favorite celebrity couple news, check out the latest issue of In Touch, on newsstands now!