Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani have kept fans buzzing and guessing throughout their romance, as there are often rumors swirling of a potential engagement, a wedding, and possibly even a baby. The latest talk, however, seemingly points toward something a bit more troublesome. Are the two butting heads over their living arrangements?

What's the issue between Gwen and Blake?

According to inTouch, Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton are running into some issues regarding where they will ultimately live. Supposed insiders have claimed that they are looking to get married before the end of the year, but those wedding plans may be put on pause if they cannot agree on where they will be based as a couple.

It seems that Blake is resistant to becoming a full-time Los Angeles resident, while Gwen doesn't like the idea of calling Oklahoma home. Of course, both singers and "The Voice"stars travel constantly and are in California quite a bit, so many would think that they could perhaps maintain homes in both places. In addition, there are Stefani's children to consider, and it seems unlikely that it would work to move them full-time to Oklahoma.

Will Blake come around to Gwen's preference?

Not only do Gwen's boys go to school in Los Angeles, but their father Gavin Rossdale lives there, as do Stefani's parents.

It seems that she has told Blake that she would be fine with living a bit outside of Beverly Hills where they could have a ranch with plenty of room for Oklahoma boy Shelton, but insiders claim that he is still hesitant to make such a move.

Can Stefani and Shelton work through this particular challenge? TMZ has reported that Gwen and Blake have hired wedding designer Jerri Woolworth to put together their nuptials, but no specific wedding date has been revealed.

Fans of the singers love them together and hope that plans for the future are being made, but for now, everybody will have to hang tight and see if wedding plans and a compromise on a living situation can come together for Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton.

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