Dua Lipa’s Face Says It All After She Makes Awkward Gaffe During Gwen Stefani Interview

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Things took a slightly awkward turn for Dua Lipa when she hosted Jimmy Kimmel Live on Monday.

The British singer made a gaffe during a chat with Gwen Stefani as she guest hosted the American chat show from her home.

The 24-year-old mistakenly referred to the No Doubt singer’s boyfriend Blake Shelton as her “husband”, which Gwen quickly corrected her on, and well, Dua’s face said it all…

Dua Lipa and Gwen Stefani (Photo: YouTube)
Dua Lipa and Gwen Stefani (Photo: YouTube)

“I heard that you’ve been spending quarantine with your husband Blake Shelton at the ranch in Oklahoma. Who else was with you? How was that?” Dua asked.

“Um. Well, he’s not my husband, but that sounded cool when you said it,” Gwen quickly replied.

Oh.

You can see the moment at the 2:28 mark below:

Gwen was previously married to Bush star Gavin Rossdale before their divorce was finalised in 2016.

She has been in a relationship with country singer Blake since 2015, but despite rumours that they tied the knot in secret, the pair have yet to walk down the aisle.

Blake addressed the marriage rumours during an interview with ET last year, saying: “Anybody that thinks that I’m married to Gwen already, I love it. My God. Who wouldn’t want to be married to Gwen Stefani?”

Meanwhile, we think Gwen will forgive Dua for her little faux pas. The pair have teamed up for a new version of Dua’s huge hit Physical, which will feature on her remix album due later this month.

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This article originally appeared on HuffPost UK and has been updated.

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