Gwen Stefani

Gwen Stefani Pours Her Heart Into Emotional Song on The Voice (see!) 2

Gwen Stefani Pours Her Heart Into Emotional Song on The Voice (see!)

Gwen Stefani looked almost translucent wearing minimal makeup and a stunning white gown to sing her emotional song, “Used to Love You,” on last night’s episode of “The Voice.” Was she singing to Gavin Rossdale? Gwen, who has had the more successful career, is seeking to block Gavin from receiving spousal support, and she’s quickly rebounded with a showmance with “Voice” co-star Blake Shelton. He recently split from country singer Miranda Lambert....
Gwen Stefani Lets You Feel Her Pain in New 'Used to Love You' Video (watch!) 4

Gwen Stefani Lets You Feel Her Pain in New ‘Used to Love You’ Video (watch!)

Gwen Stefani pours her heart out in a new video for her song “Used to Love You.” She lets you stare in to her deep, brown eyes and feel her pain in a song widely interpreted to have been inspired by her breakup with husband Gavin Rossdale. In 2010, Rossdale admitted in a magazine interview what had long been rumored–he’d had a gay affair with cross-dressing singer Peter “Marilyn” Robinson....
Artists Cash in (Sell Out?) at American Music Awards in Auto Ads  (video) 8

Artists Cash in (Sell Out?) at American Music Awards in Auto Ads (video)

Eminem, Fergie and Gwen Stefani may have been out of the running at the American Music Awards, but they cashed in where it counts, in the flood of commercials that appeared during the show for such brands as Chrysler, Jeep and Fiat. Of course, there was a time when music artists wouldn’t be caught dead selling out to “the man,” much less allowing their music to be used to sell Chevys. But times have changed. Artists for years now have been pushing themselves as brands. They are cashing in on commercial endorsements wherever they can find them to bolster revenues from declining record sales....
Beth Spangler Blows Away Beyonce as Gwen Stefani, Pharrell Snooze 10

Beth Spangler Blows Away Beyonce as Gwen Stefani, Pharrell Snooze

Beth Spangler was undeniably the most powerful singer on “The Voice” last night (Oct. 6), blowing away Beyonce’s song, “Best Thing I Never Had” and catching Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams sitting on their hands. But Blake Shelton and Adam Levine both quickly swung into action on the singer. Blake was the first to make a move, followed quickly by Adam. ...
Cameron Thor, Well Known Acting Coach, Accused in Lolita Rape 12

Cameron Thor, Well Known Acting Coach, Accused in Lolita Rape

Cameron Thor, a Los Angeles acting coach who has appeared in such movies as Jurassic Park, apparently took his method acting too far with a 13-year-old girl. He was arrested and charged with sexual assault for carrying on a year-long affair. Police said the 54-year-old actor was being held last night on $2.6 million bond. His acting studio boasts that it’s clients have included Madonna, Cameron Diaz, Gwen Stefani, Helen Hunt and Sylvester Stallone....
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Gwen Stefani, Queen of Pop-Rock, Takes Throne in Vogue (photos)

Gwen Stefani has not only kept it together fronting a rock band, designing three clothing lines and being wife and mother to two boys, she’s improved with age. At 43, she commands center stage again after launching a comeback with her band No Doubt, looking as fabulous as ever on the new Vogue cover. Stefani returns to the magazine eight years since her last appearance, and a lot has happened since then to say the least. The singer gets the full-on treatment from photographer Annie Leibovitz, wearing Saint Laurent from Hedi Slimane’s spring 2013 collection. ...
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Gwen Stefani, No Doubt in Uproar Over 'Looking Hot' Video (Watch!)

Gwen Stefani and her band No Doubt acted out nearly every Native American stereotype, except taking scalps, in their new video for song “Looking Hot.” Native American groups were incensed, forcing the band to pull the video. Ironically, the song, the second single off the band’s upcoming album Push and Shove, has nothing to do with cowboys or Indians. So, why the band chose to go that route is a mystery. No Doubt probably sank close to $1 million to produce the three-minute, 50 second clip, judging by its elaborate costumes and staging....
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Gwen Stefani, No Doubt Crank it Up in Settle Down Video (watch)

Gwen Stefani and the band go long haul, wheeling into town in their big rigs to kick off the party in the video for their new song “Settle Down.” The band does anything but settle down once the music cranks up. The video plays off the fact that the band hasn’t made a record in ten years. It shows Stefani, bassist Tony Kanal, guitarist Tom Dumont and drummer Adrian Young arriving in their big trucks at a reunion of sorts....
Simon Cowell Eyes Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato for X-Factor 18

Simon Cowell Eyes Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato for X-Factor

Simon Cowell reportedly is going younger in his search for judges on the U.S. version of his music show “X Factor.” Miley Cyrus, Fergie, Avril Lavigne, and Demi Lovato are all getting big mentions in the sweepstakes. Even Britney Spears! On the hit Fox show, Jennifer Lopez is the youngster, yet she’s over 40, while Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler is 63, and Randy Jackson is in his 50s. How many kids remember Journey, anyway?...
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