Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton
Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton began dating in 2015 after meeting on “The Voice.” The singers are pictured attending the grand opening of her “Gwen Stefani - Just a Girl” residency in Las Vegas, June 28, 2018. Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani have recently been surrounded with several false rumors about their marriage and baby plans, and a new report claims the couple is having "trouble in paradise." But Life & Style magazine's claim that Stefani and Shelton are facing relationship trouble was debunked by Gossip Cop.

According to the magazine, even though Shelton declared “I love her” about Stefani while accepting an award in front of millions of viewers of the People’s Choice Awards on Nov. 11, “when the cameras weren’t around, it was another story.”

“Normally, this couple would be all over each other, flirting, laughing, but not this time,” an eyewitness allegedly told the magazine, sparking rumors the duo was having some issues between them.

“Even though they sat together at the same table, they had Carson [Daly] sit in between them. The only times Gwen, 49, and Blake, 42, interacted at all was when the camera was on them,” the source added. The source, however, did not explain as to how Daly sitting “in between them” meant there was “trouble in paradise.”

Stefani and Shelton are still going strong despite the claims of trouble. The couple once again celebrated Thanksgiving together at Shelton's ranch in Tishomingo, Oklahoma.

Meanwhile, hours after the false report about Stefani and Shelton's relationship trouble surfaced, Globe magazine claimed the couple secretly got married in Reno, Nevada, late October.

Shelton “gave in” to Stefani and recently eloped, an unreliable source told the magazine, adding that the country singer “whisked” his longtime girlfriend to Reno, where they allegedly “snatched up a marriage license and got hitched by a preacher in the privacy of their hotel room.”

“It was the way they wanted it, a marriage ceremony for just the two of them,” the source added. However, Gossip Cop debunked this rumor as well, saying the story was completely untrue.

The false report went on to claim that Shelton only got married because the "Hollaback Girl" singer was “really adamant” that they wed.

“Blake was scared of a lot of things, but mainly being a three-time loser in marriage,” the source said, adding that when Stefani allegedly told him, “It’s now or never, baby,” he realized he “might lose Gwen if he kept treading water, and that scared him more than the thought of getting married for the third time.”

Shelton and Stefani began dating in 2015 after filing for divorce from their respective partners. The duo became close on the sets of "The Voice" and months later confirmed their relationship. While Stefani is the mother to three kids, Kingston, Apollo and Puma, who she had with ex-husband Gavin Rossdale, Shelton has no children of his own. He was married to Miranda Lambert but they ended the relationship in 2015.

While there have been many rumors about their marriage, recently, some reports claimed the couple was planning to have a baby using a surrogate. However, none of these claims could be confirmed to be true.