Gwen Stefani

Gwen Stefani was born on October 3, 1965 in California. She was raised in Anaheim alongside three siblings, including older brother Eric. It was he who originally formed No Doubt in the late 1980s and invited her to join, despite her young age.

No Doubt was signed to Interscope Records in 1991. It was upon the release of the group’s third album, “Tragic Kingdom,” in 1995 that the act really broke out. The record spawned what is arguably No Doubt’s best known single, “Don’t Speak.” Stefani and her brother co-wrote the hit song, which was partially inspired by her breakup with bandmate Tony Kanal.

It was during that era that Eric left the group, with Stefani, Kanal, Tom Dumont and Adrian Young moving forward as a foursome. The 2001 album “Rock Steady” marked another high point for No Doubt, with chart-topping songs like “Hey Baby,” “Hella Good” and “Underneath It All.”

In 2004, Stefani released her first solo album, called “Love. Angel. Music. Baby.” The third single, “Hollaback Girl,” was particularly successful. That same year, the singer delved into acting with a role in “The Aviator.” Stefani’s second solo effort, “The Sweet Escape,” came out in 2006. After several years of focusing on her independent career, the songstress then rejoined forces with the rest of No Doubt, releasing a new record in 2012.

Stefani joined “The Voice” in 2014, and began working on another solo album. But following her split from Gavin Rossdale in 2015, much of the original material was scrapped. The record, titled “This Is What The Truth Feels Like,” was ultimately released in 2016, largely inspired by her divorce and subsequent relationship with her “The Voice” colleague Blake Shelton.

“You Make It Feel Like Christmas,” Stefani’s first-ever holiday album, followed in 2017. Plans for another effort with No Doubt have not yet been announced. But in addition to music, Stefani has devoted much of her time to her fashion line L.A.M.B., which includes clothing, shoes and accessories. She has also served as a spokeswoman for L’Oreal, and produced the animated series, “Kuu Kuu Harajuku.” The show was inspired by Stefani’s Harajuku Lovers brand, a spinoff of L.A.M.B.

Stefani is a three-time Grammy Award winner. She has also won honors from the American Music Awards, Billboard Music Awards, MTV Video Music Awards, People Choice Awards and Teen Choice Awards, among others. Some of the trophies were individually scored, while others were achievements earned with No Doubt.

After Stefani’s relationship with Kanal ended, she went on to date Rossdale, whom she married in 2002. They welcomed three sons, Kingston (born 2006) Zuma (born 2008) and Apollo (born 2014), before their breakup. Despite false tabloid reports, Stefani and boyfriend Shelton have no current plans to marry or have children.

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