Gwen Stefani Gets A Love-Bite From Blake In "Voice" Selfie

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Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton haven't been shy about the PDA since going public with their relationship recently, and Shelton took things one step further than usual when he bit Gwen's shoulder (or pretended to) as they posed for a selfie on the set of The Voice.

Gwen and Blake have been flirtatious for weeks now, prompting rumors and speculation to scatter online before they finally announced they were dating. The duo haven't held back on their affection for one another, particularly on social media, where Shelton recently praised his girlfriend for her performance of "Used To Love You" on the show.

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Gwen, Blake, Pharrell Williams, and Adam Levine all sat down for an interview on the Today show this week, but the couple appeared to avoid answering questions about their relationship, deferring instead to Williams and Levine, who called out Natalie Morales for asking if they were happy to have things "out in the open".

"Next question! Ask the next question before it gets awkward," Levine said as Stefani laughed.

Being in the spotlight does have a hampering effect on many celebrity relationships, but these two don't seem to be bothered by it. Blake has been spotted hanging out with Gwen and her sons, and she Facetimed him from Disneyland recently when she took a trip with the boys. According to a source at InTouch, the couple have already talked about getting married and will likely disappear for a while after this season of The Voice is done. Both are coming off painful divorces--Gwen from Bush rocker Gavin Rossdale, and Blake from country star Miranda Lambert.

"The thought of having an actual big wedding celebration is the last thing either of them would ever want to do, so they've agreed that just disappearing for a few weeks would be ideal. They're thinking someplace very laid-back and tropical, like Mexico," the source said.

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