Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani romance rumors went into overdrive this weekend when the two "The Voice" coaches were spotted Halloween party-hopping.
When Gwen stopped by Ryan Seacrest's KISS FM radio show on Tuesday, he asked if there was any truth to the reports.
"I'm not going to answer that right now, Ryan," she said, adding, "I think I've given enough of myself this morning to you. But I think he's hot, don't you?"
Drawing parallels between her divorce from Gavin Rossdale and Blake's from Miranda Lambert, she continued, "But to be super honest, it is kind of crazy we both went through the same thing at the same time. There's been so many people that I've gotten so much comfort from. Just people coming to me and telling me their story. Not confiding, but sharing, which has just helped me see things from a different perspective and move forward."
She also seemed to touch on her divorce, noting that something major went down the day after the 2015 Grammys "when life blew up in [her] face."
The No Doubt singer used her pain for inspiration, penning a body of work the record label thought was too personal for an album.
Despite the pushback, Stefani kept writing songs, including her new single "Used to Love You." She explained, "It's weird because the lyric to the chorus was already written the day after a major event happened, which I won't say exactly what it is, but you can think about what it might've been — a major event where things got really clear."
Ryan asked about her split from Gavin, but all she would say is "I was married for a long time and now I'm not. It was a shock."
Gwen has no plans to get married again any time soon. For now, she's just loving life. "I don't know anything right now. I'm living in the moment, you know what I'm saying? I'm actually so grateful just to feel so alive. Honestly, I'm feeling everything so much and that's great. The sadness, the happiness, the extremes are really extreme right now."
Yesterday, Stefani opened up to "The Voice" host Carson Daly on 97.1 AMP Radio, revealing, "My life is so extreme right now. My life basically blew up in my face. And now I’m in this new life, and it's pretty awesome I have to say — I'm so inspired, and being back on the show, and just being in a new place. Everything just feels new. I just feel inspired. I don't know how else to describe it."
When Carson asked about the pics of her and Blake on Halloween, she replied, Gwen explained, "I was literally that party girl that you hear about when their life blows up, and you're like, 'Yeah! I'm going out! Like, watch me!' We're just trying to have fun. You know?"