Gwen Stefani edits Gavin Rossdale out of snap to replace him with Blake Shelton

Singing superstar Gwen Stefani has bizarrely edited her new beau Blake Shelton into an old picture with ex-husband Gavin Rossdale – and fans are baffled.

The 50-year-old Hollaback Girl hitmaker posted a seemingly innocent loved up snap of herself and Blake Shelton to her social media, before eagle-eyed fans spied that something was amiss.

Her followers quickly noticed the original snap was of the star and her ex-husband Gavin Rossdale, but now featured her new beau Blake.

Gwen captioned the snap: “#datenight @acmawards w my boo @blakeshelton gx,” providing no explanation to her 10.3million followers for the bizarre replacement.

Fans flooded to the comments after realising the original picture had featured Gavin, who Gwen divorced in 2016 after 13 years of marriage.

Confused fans pointed out the obvious swap, with one writing: “Although you may try, you cannot erase history or the past.

“True 90s kids know Gavin is in the original pic. Smh."

Others were left in hysterics at the shade being throw to the stars ex.

“Gavin is literally out the picture. Blake and you look adorable together. The shade,” one fan snarked.

Another added: “This is kind of a slap in the face to Gavin lol."

Gwen had even used the original image in a gushing post back in 2014 when the former couple celebrated their 12th wedding anniversary.

Gavin and Gwen became first met back in the mid-nineties when their bands No Doubt and Bush were enjoying the height of the fame.

Years later, they became an item and got married in 2002.

The couple welcomed three sons, Kingston, Zuma, and Apollo during their union before splitting in 2015, amid rumours Gavin had a three-year affair with their children's nanny.

Their divorce was finalised the following year.

Shortly after her marriage broke down, Gwen met Blake, who he credits for helping him get over his previous heartbreak.

Blake was newly divorced from his ex Miranda Lambert when he and Gwen hit it off.

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